Newsletter Archive: 2007

Rackspace: Two Weeks left On Our December Offers
We take on the day-to-day burdens that bog down your IT department, so it can get back to focusing on the important things. That means that you'll never have to implement, update, troubleshoot, patch, monitor, administer, backup data or worry again. That's what managed hosting means at Rackspace.

Date:2007-12-18

Problems That Lend Themselves To EDM
I was talking with Neil Raden and Tom Davenport today on the subject of decisions - what are the various kinds of decisions and how do companies make them and think about making them.

Date:2007-12-17

From The SOA Consortium - IT Needs SOA Skills
I am attending the SOA Consortium meeting that is co-located with the OMG in Burlingame this week. The SOA Consortium was founded in 2007 and has grown from 11 to 81 members already.

Date:2007-12-13

Virtualizing Data To Close The Gap Between IT And Business
The Issue: Business units are making decisions outside of IT in regards to Information Access applications and tools - and then expecting IT to quickly provision and support those applications.

Date:2007-12-12

Access Your PC from Anywhere
Here’s the solution: Use GoToMyPC to remotely access your office computer from any computer with an Internet connection – anywhere in the world.

Date:2007-12-10

Open Source TCO: Looking At The COSPA Frameworks
The EC funded COSPA project recently mentioned, defined frameworks to identify possible returns or losses of a transition to Open Data Standards or Open Source software.

Date:2007-12-05

Access Your PC Remotely With WebEx
PCNow is easy: you'll see your remote computer's desktop as if you were sitting in front of it. Run programs even if they're not installed on your local computer. Print, save, and share documents. Transfer files. Copy and paste between computers. Search your remote PC with Google, Yahoo, or Windows desktop search.

Date:2007-12-04

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