August 25, 2011

The Economics of the Cloud – Leaving the Horse Whip Behind

The Cloud Although it’s still early days, from a long-range historical point of view, the cloud has actually hovered above our various computer-powered preoccupations for a good few years now. […]
May 26, 2011

Calming (Mis)Conceptions about the Cloud

How extraordinary it is to be present at a revolution. How enlightening it is to bear such close witness to the paradigm-shifting arrival and evolution of such a thing as […]
May 18, 2011

ERP: Time 2 Recover from Y2K

Time for an Overhaul Remember Y2K, the much-anticipated and wildly-feared turn of the millennium that sent us all filling our bathtubs and plundering the grocery stores for canned goods? If […]
April 22, 2011

Vulnerability Management, Exposed

While the weather outside might regularly indicate otherwise, spring is upon us. And with its predictable arrival comes the reflexive impulse for seasonal cleaning. This explains the preponderance of conversations […]
February 10, 2011

Welcome the E-Lawyer

When is a law office not a law office? Only when the person making the pronouncement is too close-minded to acknowledge how the parameters of what defines a modern professional […]
February 2, 2011

Stripping the Cloud

So unremitting is the storm around the subject of cloud computing, it’s enough to make a person feel like his head is stuffed with cotton. What’s more, the skies fill […]
December 22, 2010

VARs Deliver “The Cloud” for Microsoft

“Windows,” says the confident lady, peering into the television screen after adding the finishing touches to a flawless family photo, “gives me the family nature never could”. The Wheel In […]
November 22, 2010

Go Cloud, Save the World Part 1

You’ve repainted the place in non-VOC shades. You’ve introduced a composting program to the staff mess. You’ve gone as paperless as you can in a paper-loving world. But the call […]
November 12, 2010

The Virtual CIO

You’ve got a lot of balls. But do you have what it takes to keep them in the air? Copping to a lack of resources or expertise and seeking support […]
February 8, 2010

Heal Thyself, and Thy Technology Infrastructure

You know the feeling. The tickle in the throat. The scratch in the chest. The leak in the nose. Far from down and out, you’re functioning just fine, thankyouverymuch. Still, […]
February 3, 2010

Why Hosted SharePoint?

If you’re familiar with the concept of hosting a website, then you get hosted SharePoint. But that doesn’t mean you’re down with all the details. What is SharePoint? SharePoint is […]
November 30, 2009

Hosted Exchange: Home Truths

I’ve read reports saying that most small businesses operate with substandard e-mail systems that are absent lots of technology’s snazziest features and that don’t accommodate for their employees’ need for […]
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