Thursday, October 23, 2008
Friday, October 17, 2008
Thursday, October 16, 2008
Email Archive and Backup for Outlook PST, Exchange and IMAP - MailStore Home enables you to backup all your email messages from multiple applications and accounts into one secure and persistent archive. Lightning-fast search, one-click backup, powerful export - all information from your email is at your fingertips anytime. Never lose important email again! more...
(tags: freeware mail mailmanagement toolbelt tools)
Understanding Effective Change Management - Effective change management becomes even more critical in a down economy, writes ITSM Watch columnist George Spafford of Pepperweed Consulting. The economy is in the doldrums, budgets are shrinking and management wants more accomplished. Not a good job-security recipe to say the least. In the middle of this quagmire there are still some fundamental principles that hold true. The change management process is critical at this time, more than ever, because studies have shown that 78%-80% of network availability problems stem from human error. more...
(tags: change itil management)
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
Monday, October 13, 2008
Home Page of Dr. Ravi Batra - What should we do? The current problem is not with banks and financial institutions, but in the housing market. So the remedy should be applied there and nowhere else. There should be a partial bailout of harried homeowners who cannot pay their mortgages. They should be penalized somewhat for their reckless borrowing but still rescued for the sake of the economy. If homeowners are able to make timely payments for their home loans, the banks will be paid and their loans will be secure. The banks will have a healthy balance sheet and will not need any rescue. The housing-market will also stabilize. If some banks still fail, then the FDIC will come to their rescue. The total cost of the home-owner bailout will be less than $500 billion, a fraction of what the government has promised to spend on its multifaceted bailoutsÃ¢â¬âBear Stearns, Freddie Mac, Fannie May, AIG and now the entire financial sector. more...
(tags: crisis financial)
Monday, October 06, 2008
Saturday, October 04, 2008
I couple of days ago I had a talk with one of the major IT consultancy companies in the Netherlands. When asked what I thought was one of the big trends in IT. Without hesitating I answered that in my opinion that was Cloud computing. It seems this trend is now really taking off.
When I was at the Google office a couple of years ago there was an interesting picture on a whiteboard in one of the meeting rooms. This picture was a visualisation of Google OS, long before the launch of Google Apps !.
So you could say that now Microsoft is coming on board as well we are heading to a new Operating System. Windows Cloud ?
Thursday, October 02, 2008
"Cloud Computing." Newest buzz words or next greatest tech revolution? | CompuFiciency = Applied CompuTelligence - Very simply, cloud computing is doing what you normally do on your PC without needing to be at your PC. How? By using a web browser and âSoftware as a Serviceâ (SaaS) to log in to some remote site, open your files, edit, create, etcâ¦ and then save, print, send, etc. more...
(tags: cloud SaaS)