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The definition of remote working is changing. Whether an employee is telecommuting or working at a branch office, they require the same connectivity to headquarters, to each other, and to business applications such as inventory and sales data. Many SMEs use the Internet to provide conn...
Tungle has come a long way since its initial alpha release of a plug-in to Microsoft Outlook two years ago. A $5 Million Series A investment led by Commonwealth Capital Ventures last year provided the wherewithal for the 18-person company to learn a lot from use of the Outlook plug-in ...
Dan Hunter of NY Law School begins with an informal talk called "UGC: From Threat He disagrees with Eli Noam that the end game will be commercialization. [Ah, the exceptionalist battle is joined!] He thinks about UGC as amateur media, focusing on the motivation of the users. His questi...
On the Atom chip’s first birthday, Intel wheeled out two new low-power Moorestown models, the Z550 and Z515, targeted at MIDs, so-called mobile Internet devices. The Z550 pushes Atom to 2GHz with HyperThreading support. The Z515 incorporates Burst Performance Technology, which will l...
Google announced yesterday that they are going to strengthen Google Apps security by adding a Secure Data Connector (SDC) to its engine. SDC is built around having an agent inside the firewall, which connects to servers inside of Google. This gives Google servers policy-controlled ...
So, you have just lost your most business critical application or worse yet the entire data center. What do you do? Unfortunately I have experienced these exact situations more than I would like but here are ten tips to get you through and more importantly what not to do.
The European Commission said Wednesday that it no longer needs a full-time monitoring trustee to ensure Microsoft's compliance with its 2004 antitrust decree. Instead it intends to rely on the ad hoc assistance of technical consultants. The trustee was brought in in 2005 to access the ...
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Schlage(R), the most trusted brand of door locks, today unveiled the latest consumer electronic innovation that fuses home security and automation with mobile technology. The new Schlage LiNK deadbolts and locks provide homeowners the power to remotely control and monitor access t...