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Microsoft Live Writer goes Open Source

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This is really good news…  Microsoft Live Writer is a tool I use daily, and for several years no one knew what the future of it was going to be..    So many of us went on to find alternatives, but nothing simple and good is available on the marketplace (remember FrontPage – Anything comparable?)   It […]

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IT as a Business Blog

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I love technology and how it helps us all.    It is my work  and hobby.   I am an IT consultant and since I was a kid I have helped  small, medium and large organizations design, develop, stand-up, use, train and project /program manage implementations and migrations to the latest technologies in order to meet […]

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Virtual Reality: Not only for gamers

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I have seen many videos of virtual reality technology and sat is a couple of demos, but I must say it was early on technology (choppy at best, and generally slow) My son  re-introduced me to virtual reality this weeend when he dropped by with a set of VR googles in which you put your phone […]

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How to Engage Millennials

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Definitely a current topic! Finally emerging from the shadows of Gen Xers, most millennials are now in the workforce. But study after study has shown that millennials are different from Gen Xers and even from Baby Boomers, the generation that raised them. ” Develop long-term  niche relationships”   https://www.visioncritical.com/how-engage-millennials-customer-insight-and-marketing/ 2015-09-23T00:00:16-05:00

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WaaS – Workspace-As-A-Service Market

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According to a report by MarketsandMarkets, the Workspace-as-a-Service (WaaS) market, comprised of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure and Applications, Desktop as a Service, Hosted Applications,  is expected to grow at a a CAGR of 14.6% from $4.8 billion in 2014 to $9.4 billion in 2019.  The WaaS market could potentially be an $8.2 billion market by 2018. […]

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Windows 10 Patch Information is Back

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It is good to see that after listening to the feedback coming back from their enterprise customers, Microsoft is reconsidering the publishing of what is included in each of the patches.     In and early report Microsoft said that it would not provide detailed information about most Windows 10 patches.  That plan did not sit well with IT managers […]

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Truth is a Battle of Perceptions

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We’ve all been through it before. We’re in a meeting, or having a discussion with a client, when suddenly we feel like reality has been turned on its head. Our client insists that something happened, when we know it didn’t. Perhaps it has to do with who was supposed to handle a portion of a project, […]

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Do you really know about San Jose?

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After LA and San Diego, San Jose is the third largest city in California topping 1M residents, and it is the fastest growing? 20 things you did not know about San Jose, CA https://www.thrillist.com/entertainment/san-francisco/south-bay/things-you-don-t-understand-about-san-jose http://www.mercurynews.com/census/ci_25667294/san-jose-officially-tops-1-million-population-likely 2015-08-28T01:52:30-05:00

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Microsoft: Enterprise Mobility Suite – Thoughts so far

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Disclaimer:  I am a technology consultant, and Microsoft products and technologies are my bread and butter. As I have noted in the past, I have been very pleased with the "new Microsoft" and the Mobile First / Could First messaging and direction.   It has been great to see Office 365 being adopted at so many places, and […]

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Stupidipity.com

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Stupidipity.com very Funny Stories and Site  People tend to do stupid stuff just to get some attention or gain some popularity…cheap popularity to be exact.  However, some people actually do these dim-witted things without any intention of the sort…in other words, clueless acts of stupid.  These acts, intentional or unintentional, and the discovery of them […]

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