Windows Tablets see higher growth

The future is looking bright for Windows-based tablets and the channel partners who deal in them. According to IDC’s “Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Device Tracker,” Microsoft’s mobile operating system is bouncing back in a big way and is kicking off a growth spurt. Please read the full story here…

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CryptoLocker Prevention and Removal

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An introduction to CryptoLocker: the basics CryptoLocker is a type of malicious software (malware) that makes data  on your computer (documents, pictures, music and so on) unreadable by  encrypting it using RSA-2048 bit keys; it then demands payment to un-encrypt them. Once you pay (to the tune of several hundred USD via prepaid  voucher or […]

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Securing history: The story of the Vatican Library going digital

It is interesting to know that his Holiness the Pope has an IT guy What does the CIO of the Vatican Library Luciano Ammenti says he has a boos like no other. The CIO of the Vatican Library reports directly to Pope Francis. Ammenti described his relationship with Pope Francis as similar to any other CIO-to-decision […]

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Windows 10 release date, price, features…

Windows 10 release date, price, features. The next version of Windows will run on everything: smartphones, tablets, laptops and PCs. What PC Advisor UK has to say about it: Microsoft has unveiled Windows 10, or at least a very early ‘Technical Preview’ which will be available to anyone who wants to download and try it. Here’s everything […]

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Apple Introduces iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

Apple has introduced the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus and the Apple Watch, which Apple CEO Tim Cook called the “best iPhones” the company has ever produced and a game changer to wearables. Let’s see what others say about the iPhone: ABC News The iPhone 6 Plus is 5.5 inches diagonally and the […]

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What is a Virtual IT Department?

The Virtual IT Department Services is not a new concept; however the ability to provide these types of services for small (50-300 desktops and servers) to medium sized businesses (300-3000 desktop and servers) has been completely non-existent because of the high expense. What is a Virtual IT Department? Imagine having a complete IT department available […]

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How a Data Centre Works

It is the brain of a company and the place where the most critical processes are run. Find out why data centers are necessary and – looking at SAP’s data center in St. Leon-Rot as an example – what they contain, and how they are operated. Large-scale computer systems have been around for a while, […]

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Virtualization in a Nutshell

Everyone is talking about virtualization these days, yet there seems to be a lot of confusion on what it really is. Mipsmedia has put together this short article hoping to answer many of the questions you might have on the subject and the better part is that we tried to do it in a very […]

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