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Articles by Lamont Wood
posted in January 2011
Microsoft is reportedly calling for 16-core servers based on simple CPUs as way to save power. Could this spare us from software virtualization?
Misuse of computers can hurt the most important part of your personal environment: your body.
Having a printer that can reach out to the Web means having a printer that a hacker can reach out to. Should SMBs lose sleep over this?
A lot of SMBs are apparently deciding that they don't, and firms like Cbeyond are banking on that.
In the world of three-letter acronyms, use of the ISO images-per-minute (ipm) standard to rate printer speed has reached critical mass, so it's time to convert.
The new MFP is touted as being the world's fastest double-sided printing solution for small offices. There is also a non-MFP version.
Some say the sky is going to fall in 2011. But what's been holding it up?
Low list price and high DPI make for in interesting combination, but as usual the refill ink is priced as if there was a national shortage.
The OEM printer vendor was showing its fast inkjet technology at CES, and it's expected to reach retail this year.
Considering its long battery life, its portability, its legibility, and the fact that it can display PDFs from a PC, it really looks like it ought to have some business use.
The Windows 7 facility makes upgrading PCs straightforward for do-it-yourselfers, as it transfers settings as well as user files.