July, 2012

Windows 8 in the Enterprise: Why IT pros say no

This is a great article based on the fact that new is not always better. There are so many issues with windows 7 that have not been fixed and now there is windows 8. Most major software vendors (GE, EMDS etc.) are having a hard time support windows 7 currently. Think big picture before you […]
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Why a small business can benefit from an IT consultant

This is a great article on why the small company should reach out for technical expertise. We can help any small business become more organized, work more remotely and allow for more profit. By Erica Bell July 9, 2012, 10:30 AM PDT Takeaway: Because the first year of a new business tends to be the “make it […]
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Cisco’s ugly bait and switch

Can a network security vendor that betrays its customers ever be trusted again? By Paul Venezia | InfoWorld Follow @pvenezia Print|25 Comments . You may have heard about Cisco’s shenanigans last week, in which an automatic firmware update for several models of the company’s Linksys home wireless routers forced users to create and log into a Cisco cloud service […]
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Four ways the Internet could go down

By David Eagleman, Special to CNN updated 9:59 AM EDT, Tue July 10, 2012 | Filed under: Web David Eagleman believes we need a backup security plan for the human knowledge that underlies the Internet. STORY HIGHLIGHTS Like any system, biological or man-made, the Web has the potential to fail A major solar event could theoretically melt […]
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