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Articles by Fredric Paul
posted in November 2008
If your company occasionally sends workers out of the office, you might want to consider a having a "loaner" Netbook available to keep them productive without weighing them down. Especially since holiday sales are pushing prices down below $300 on Black Friday.
Earlier this week, The rANT posted a screed blasting the powers that be for denying President-Elect Obama his prized Blackberry once he enters the White House. Well, it turns out that Blackberry has already been hacked.
bMighty likes to say that small organizations enjoy plenty of benefits compared to larger outfits, and the curious case of Barack Obama and his Blackberry is a perfect illustration.
Perception does NOT equal reality. Many technologies simply can't live up to their hype, while others languish in unwarranted obscurity. bMighty.com pumps up the hidden gems and takes the blowhards down a peg.
Sure, platform as a service is mostly aimed at software developers. But by making it easier to create specialized programs, PaaS promises more and better business applications.
This whole economic crisis is starting to look like a movie of a spectacular multi-car freeway wreck -- in slow-motion with no sound. We watch individual drivers careen about tying to avoid the pile-up, but end up causing new accidents.
These days, many companies are looking to slash their technology budgets any way they can. A new report from Info-Tech Research shows you how to do it the right way, without adversely affecting morale or operations. And bMighty has arranged to let you download this $2,000 report, FREE!
Do you know what your IT staffers are thinking? Are you sure? Unless you're in the trenches with them, their concerns may surprise you -- and they'll definitely make you laugh.
There's nothing like talking technology with like-minded folks, and I recently got the chance when I moderated a couple of panels at Spiceworks' first annual user conference. And now you can watch video of both sessions!
According to Tony Hsieh, CEO of no-longer-small-business Zappos, the answer is all about company culture.
Force.com Sites wasn't the only announcement Salesforce.com made today at its annual Dreamforce 2008 conference. The company also said it was partnering with Amazon Web Services and Facebook.