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TSG And Microsoft: Let Your Sales Force Spread The Love

TSG And Microsoft: Let Your Sales Force Spread The Love

In the highly competitive world of IT service companies, it can be hard to find one you trust. But to find one you both trust and love would be quite remarkable. Love is not a term that echoes very often around the virtual hallways of the cloud, but it certainly resonates with the 400 strong

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How The New Windows 8.1 Update Puts Cloud Computing Front And Centre

How The New Windows 8.1 Update Puts Cloud Computing Front And Centre

New Windows 8.1 Update Puts Cloud Computing Front And Centre If you have been following news in the tech industry at all lately, then you should probably be aware that Microsoft just released the latest version of Windows on October 18th, and may well already have a copy of it up and running on your

VMware Leads Industry In Support For The Mobile Workforce With New Capabilities

VMware Leads Industry in Support for the Mobile Workforce with New Capabilities Across Its End-User Computing Portfolio Integration of VMware HorizonTM View and Horizon MirageTM Headline List of Enhancements Focused On Cost, Management and Performance  BARCELONA, Oct. 15, 2013 — Today at VMworld® 2013 Europe, VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW), the global leader in virtualization and cloud infrastructure, introduced new

In A World Without Windows, Who Needs Gates? – Windows 8 Migration

In a World without Windows, Who Needs Gates? – Windows 8 Migration “In a world without windows, who needs gates?”                                                     – Scott McNealy, co-founder of Sun Microsystems. It’s been quite some years since Scott McNealy uttered these critical, yet extremely witty, words aimed at long time rival Bill Gates and his most popular product Windows

Wake Up! The Speed Of Business Is In Milliseconds!

Wake Up! The Speed Of Business Is In Milliseconds!

Wake up! The Speed of Business is in Milliseconds! Back in the mid 1980’s a ground-breaking television series called Max Headroom heralded the high-speed, media-saturated age in which we now live. In addition to the acerbic title character, the show’s protagonists were journalists, working for a television network whose commercials, called “blipverts,” were merely seconds