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Microsoft has pushed the next iteration of the Office productivity suite of software applications to what it calls its 'Technical Preview' programme stage.
In this guest blog post, Jeremy Thake, enterprise architect and Microsoft SharePoint MVP at Avepoint looks at the different options available for first-steps real-world deployment of the SharePoint ...
Now that the dust has settled on IBM's Lotusphere symposium, perhaps this is an opportune time to take a quick look back and try and analyse whether customers and partners "bought" the social ...
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Coverity's branded 'Static Analysis' software will now be offered pre-configured for Wind River Workbench, supporting both Wind River Linux and Wind River's VxWorks real-time operating system (RTOS).
Probabilistic logic would lead us to be able to create an application that might analyse natural human language based data and so, when asked a question about that data, be able to deliver an ...
We now exist in the era of social content management. This is where social web 2.0 collaboration tools (or social business tools if you prefer) are being used to exchange and edit content in ...
IBM's largest annual geek-fest kicked off this week in Orlando. Rock band OK GO opened the show with a superb live performance of their hit "Here I Go Again". This week's highlight will be a ...
In this guest blog post, Jeremy Thake, enterprise architect and Microsoft Sharepoint MVP at Avepoint looks at the opportunities for using SharePoint Online 2010 as an application development platform.
Akamai's says that its "highly distributed" platform of tens of thousands servers has evolved to help transform cloud computing into the quantifiable and manageable medium that it is today.
If 2011 was the year of the unpredictable (in global news terms at least) then 2012 looks like it could be the year of the predictable in technology circles. Perhaps if not predictable, then at ...
- 02 Jan 2012
After our yuletide festivities and an extensive round of "how was 2011?" analysis, it seems only appropriate to make at least two or three predictions for the year ahead.