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Articles by Lamont Wood
posted in August 2010
The latest Robert Rodriguez movie was made on an AMD-equipped server farm on the grounds of the old municipal airport in Austin, Texas.
Dell has adopted an environmental strategy based on Cube, Content, and Curbside-plus bamboo-and, so far, the results look good, both for Dell and its SMB customers.
Gartner has issued its vision of how work will be done 10 years from now thanks to hyper-connectedness, but it may not be new, or entirely practical.
Yes, computers will let you do things that are impossible with paper. But just what is it that you're trying to do?
The latest figures indicate that the server market is rapidly turning into an SMB market. Long-term, that's good news for SMB users.
An enterprise with a data center can skip having PCs, and cut power consumption, thanks to virtualized desktops, demonstrates Pano Logic.
You can clean your closet of electronic junk without adding to a landfill or abandoning all hope of data security, says an expert.
With a dedicated document scanner like the new Canon imageFORMULA ScanFront 300, there is some hope of getting away from paper-but paper has advantages, too.
Enrolling SMBs into paperless invoicing networks, OB10 finds that a third already use the service.
Latest member of the EcoGreen line offers 2 terabytes for the desktop in a low-power, eco-friendly package.
Touted as providing easy, inexpensive printer networking for the SMB office, a review of this the new Dell MFP shows that it does exactly that.