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One of the interesting things about the challenges of Software as a Service (SaaS) brings is not necessarily that new technology brings new problems, but that it offers new spins on the problems we ...
In this economic crisis - I believe we are already past downturn - CIOs' budgets are under increasing pressure; yet, ironically, the pressure on CIOs and their IT departments to deliver solutions ...
Making ActiveX work with IE8
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Sun/IBM: I'm not too sure where the hardware fits. IBM already has the Power family of risc processors. It doesn't need Sparc, nor does it need another family of Unix servers and workstations.
No big hiccups with Patch Tuesday. See compatibility report here.
Many mobile phones include a 3G modem that allow you to connect your laptop to the internet. But the operators want to sell you a 3G dongle with a separate contract. Why?
Enterprise apps that use a web browser user interfaces may not work on Internet Explorer 8.0, if they need downloadable components like ActiveX controls.
Microsoft may well have shipped many copies of Vista, but I think few corporates are buying it, and fewer believe it will run their enterprise apps. This is the true cost of its trustworthy ...