Tuesday, March 6, 2012

The bright future of LibreOffice

Redefining cloud computing -- again | 4 ways consumerization threatens Dell and HP

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The bright future of LibreOffice
A year ago, the storied quest for a viable open source office suite was in peril. The LibreOffice project turned all that around -- and exciting new innovations promise another leap ahead. Read More


Plug and Play Branch Networking
In today's virtual enterprise, access to corporate resources must be secure, reliable, and manageable, with consistently enforced policy while simultaneously allowing access from anywhere at any time. View Now


Eliminate Inconsistent Wireless Performance
Integrate the world of mobile and virtualization with a wireless infrastructure that can: - Scale to support many high-speed devices without interruption - Easily integrate personally-owned and corporate mobile devices - Provide secure, reliable access to applications based on users' identities Read now!

Redefining cloud computing -- again
Hype, misuse, and misplaced aspirations have clouded the term's definition. Here's what it's really about. Read More

4 ways consumerization threatens Dell and HP
The dilemma faced by Dell and HP is that the consumerization phenomenon is occurring just after the companies began moving away from a consumer focus. Here are the problems they need to solve if they're to stay relevant. Read More

Why you should download Windows Server 8 Beta ASAP
Windows shops, you'd do well to familiarize yourselves now with Windows Server upgrades, including capabilities that will shift the balance in virtualized data centers and private clouds. Read More

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