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Is Microsoft A Dead Corporation Walking?

The problem with calling the demise of a person, institution, or phenomenon is the possibility you’d look like a major fool or douchebag for doing so. Indeed, as Mark Twain once said ‘The report of my death was an exaggeration.’ You don’t want to be the guy making such reports. Talk about getting egg on […]

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The problem with Cloud Computing is not the technology

Whenever you mention the phrase “cloud computing” to a group of people, you are probably confronted with several different interpretations of what that phrase means. The simple truth is that cloud computing is many things to many people. While the basic model of cloud computing is the same (sever and client based remote applications and […]

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SSD Technology: Caching is here to stay

It is deceptively easy to jump on the solid state bandwagon. What’s not to like? It is very compact, very fast, relatively shock resistant, and could be tweaked to use less energy. Sounds great, right? Then why haven’t all IT departments, data centers, and other storage hungry data facilities made the switch to solid state? […]

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Appreciating the next step for Cloud Computing for NGOs

Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and non-profit cause-oriented corporations perform crucial functions when it comes to championing social, environmental, and governmental watchdog causes. However, running servers and data centers are generally not within such organizations’ scope of core competencies. Fair enough. So what should NGOs do with their shared IT needs considering that NGOs often have different […]

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Rumored Mac Retina Display feature bolstered by recent Patent Application

Many Apple observers were wowed by the Cupertino-based tech giant’s introduction of retina display for the iPhone and iPad. Its looking like MacBook Pro users will also be seeing the technology debut for their device. Proof for this development comes from two sources: Apple’s recent patent filing the described resolution-independent design for user interfaces and […]

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