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Dell Introduces Industry’s First Automated Workstation Software to Improve Application Performance by Adobotech on Apr 8, 2013Dell Precision Performance Optimizer (DPPO), the industry’s first software that automatically configures Dell Precision workstation settings to maximize performance of engineering, design and digital content creation applications. DPPO is preloaded...



Payroll Cloud - Globe Business entry to CLoud Software as a Service by Adobotech on Sep 9, 2012Cloud computing is here to stay, and Businesses have to adopt to this changes, it's not the question if corporate business will adopt it, it's the question now on when they are going to implement it. What is CLoud Computing:   Cloud computi...



Difference Between (SaaS) and Self-hosted Software Solutions by TechKisses on Jul 4, 2012Difference Between (SaaS) and Self-hosted Software Solutions Are you planning to invest a new recruitment automation system? You must have been aware of the features, advantages and the prices of those automation systems. The software of automation p...



Cloud Computing Facts by Computer Technology Blog on Jun 25, 2012Follow @ryderskull88 Cloud computing is the delivery of computing and storage capacity as a service to a heterogeneous community of end-recipients. The name comes from the use of a cloud-shaped symbol as an abstraction for the complex infrastruct...



A Cloudy Forecast for Computing Leads to Sunny Days | Cloud Computing by TechKisses on Mar 11, 2012Cloud Computing It is very hard to keep up with the ever changing landscape that forms the World Wide Web. There is a fairly new trend (to most of us anyway) that is titled cloud computing. Unlike its dark Cumulus namesake, this form is invisible and...



HP move aggressively into converged data center space. by Netcrawl on Sep 29, 2010Business success requires IT flexibility and agility. It is an essential driver to execute business process innovation, and IT needs to flexible enough to accommodate any changes in the speed. Flexibility and agility in IT could only be achieved thro...



Cloud war: Salesforce meet Microsoft. by Netcrawl on Jul 18, 2010For many businesses, the concept of cloud computing means renting hardware, software or business apps from a cloud service provider. Gone are the hassles of managing your company’s IT infrastructure, you simply pay a monthly fee and let the service...