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Google Apps / Android Patch Being Rolled Out to Fix Security Issue

As I mentioned in my post yesterday regarding Google’s Chromebooks and the “cloud” based model for data storage, there are potential security vulnerabilities with this approach. Today’s news is that the Google/Android vulnerability announced yesterday will be patched. This from

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Chromebooks? Why all the fuss?

There was a lot of press this week regarding Google’s announcement that it would begin offering “Chromebooks” as a sort of subscription-based computing option for businesses.  The idea of a small, lightweight, and inexpensive computing option for business users does

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Leading@Google:Bill George

Although this is a little dated, the message is timeless. Bill George should serve as a grounding wire and an inspiration at the same time.

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Continuous Deployment…

In his article “In praise of continuous deployment: The WordPress.com story“, Toni Schneider makes the same points I often do when consulting clients on their in-house database management systems. The idea that there is one deployment date or that periodic

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FileMaker Pro 11 – Charting Finally!

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In 2009, Web goes on a diet

Great article on CNET about web technologies/businesses in 2009.

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A quick video illustrating the progression of information technology

So, if you and your organization are still on the fence regarding technical decisions based on old information, do you really think everything is standing still?  Call us.

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