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File Manager PRO

File Manager PRO is the best program explorer manager Drive file Explorer on Android. It allows to browse SD card, Search create directories,...

July 1, 2015 By Vital Games Production

City Construction Heavy Roads

City Construction Heavy Roads Builder Simulator 3D is about driving & Parking heavy vehicles like excavator cranes, Truck and building...

February 28, 2010 by

This Time It's Personal

At the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) conference this week in Atlanta - 'transforming healthcare through IT' - an industry vertical snapshot of efforts to drive uptake and adoption of technology is taking place.Efforts will be made sell IT solutions to hospitals and clinics so they can move from paper to digital records, with the society vision to 'advance the best use of information and management systems for the betterment of health care', the core goal.

February 1, 2010 by

Toshiba Satellite Pro T130

The ultraportable Satellite Pro T130 could deliver all-day computing with appropriate usage patterns and power management settings. But its keyboard could be better, it lacks an optical drive and the glossy chassis design may not be to all tastes.

July 13, 2009 by

IronKey unveils enterprise USB flash drive with crypto, self-destruct security

IronKey, maker of the "world's most secure flash drive," on Monday announced the launch of its S200 device for government and enterprise customers, featuring hardened physical security, the latest Cryptochip technology, active anti-malware and enhanced management capabilities.It's the "first and only USB storage device to achieve FIPS 140-2, Level 3 validation" and delivers advanced Cryptochip featuring AES-256, tamper-resistance and self-destruction circuitry.

April 9, 2009 by

Better than RAID: the new DroboPro

RAID is a bad idea for home users since its management complexity and failure modes create more problems than it solves. But protection from 1 - or better yet 2 - drive failures is a very GOOD idea.

January 21, 2009 by

NetSuite extends Salesforce.com deal

NetSuite's Australian office yesterday said it intended to extend its drive to capture Salesforce.com customers by significantly undercutting its rival's prices on its customer relationship management (CRM) offering.

September 7, 2008 by

RealNetworks: Rip those DVDs (with a dash of DRM)

RealNetworks on Monday launched RealDVD, an application that allows you to rip DVDs to your hard drive with limits set by digital rights management software. The company announced the software along with the opening of DemoFall in San Diego.

March 26, 2008 by

A quick lesson for your comp sci students

I stumbled across a great explanation of why hard drives on Linux computers rarely need defragmenting. It's a common question from students and, as laid out in this post, makes for a great quick lesson on file systems and hard drive management for high school and college students just beginning their study of computing and computer science.

February 3, 2008 by

CIOs under pressure to meet revenue targets

Chief information officers are increasingly being assessed on their ability to drive IT to achieve revenue targets, according to a study by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Sloan School of Management.

December 20, 2007 by

Outsourcing Predictions for 2008... in a nutshell

Let's not beat around the bush...here's what happening next year:1) Offshoring panic will continue, but will force providers to innovate;2) The standardization of technology platforms within Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) engagements will take center stage;3) Intense competition among the IT Outsourcing vendors will drive the uptake of Remote Infrastructure Management (RIM); 4) Adoption of Business Process Outsourcing will continue to grow, but at a slower - more cautious pace;5) An economic downturn will accelerate some outsourcing adoption.

November 1, 2007 by

eCommerce still growing - auctions not so much

comScore just released their 3Q ecommerce numbers for the US and they paint a completely different picture about ecommerce than what I would have expected after looking at eBay’s business over the last year. (Thanks to Sandy from the stores board for bringing this up) Online retail spending in the third quarter grew 23% over last year’s third quarter to $28.44 billion from $23.05 billion, comScore Inc. reports. In the first three quarters of the year, online sales grew 21% to $83.58 billion from $69.12 billion. “Online retail spending continues to grow at rates in excess of 20% year-over-year, which suggests that the market is still far from maturity,” says Gian Fulgoni, chairman of comScore Obviously online sales continue to grow and are far from mature. The comScore numbers do not include auctions, so an apples-to-apples comparison with eBay is not going to be very accurate but we can compare growth rate of ecommerce to auctions to see which of the two is the mature market and which is the young buck that’s still growing. (Obviously you know where I’m going with this but lets look at the numbers). eBay is the largest auction business online and its US GMV grew 10% Y/Y in the 3rd quarter (3% of that growth came from StubHub which is a FP (fixed price) business). Some estimates put eBay’s GMV from FP and BIN in CORE at 35% so if we just look at where the growth in eBay’s business is coming from, it's not auctions. Meg Whitman recently said during the Q&A section of eBay 3rd Q earnings call; you're going to see a higher percentage of our GMV in fixed-price. I think it's the fastest-growing part of the market. eCommerce in the US (excluding auctions) on the other hand grew 23% from a much larger base $23.05 billion than eBay’s $6.1 billion. Heck, Amazon’s Y/Y GMV, admittedly from a much smaller base, grew by 42% according to Amazon’s 3Q earnings call; In the North America segment, revenue grew 42% to $1.79 billion. This is the highest growth rate in seven years. So it appears that ecommerce continues to grow unabated while eBay continues to just muddle through. If Fixed Price is the fastest-growing part of the market as Meg said then wouldn't you think that management would concentrate on that type of product rather than coming out with a "Shop Victoriously" campaign or "Windorphins"? Auctions have lost their mojo. It is clear to me that eBay has bet on the wrong horse. Auctions are eBay’s mature business while Fixed Price is where their future growth will come from. Management needs to champion Fixed Price and Stores in CORE while managing the auction business as a mature business. There needs to be a complete shift in thinking. It is not all doom and gloom. Half the battle with change is admitting that the old way doesn’t work any longer. Maybe there is a 12-step program for eBay management. If eBay will admit auctions are no longer the Holy Grail, eBay is uniquely suited to begin growing as fast as ecommerce. Most Sellers don’t want to leave eBay but they are being forced to look at multi-channel selling to save their businesses just help them sell product and they won't even complain about fees. Multi-channel selling will not go away, that train left the station a couple of years ago but if eBay embraces their sellers and changes their focus the future can be bright again. In some ways they are already addressing some of these issues. The new “finding” should help eBay add Store items back to CORE without hurting the “buyer experience” (hopefully this is their intention) and the new semi-persistent BIN will help drive up ASP’s and conversions. Auctions have their place but the growth is in Fixed Price. Just my 5 cents!

May 20, 2007 by

UPS visibility solutions help businesses drive customer service via managed supply chains

We could get to the markets, but we couldn’t do in a way that allowed our customers to have visibility into the process. There’s a lot of uncertainty when you are shipping internationally. When you have visibility into the process from point A to point B, it really changes the dynamic quite a bit. One of the tools that Stephanie was discussing, Quantum View Manage, allows us to see if there are problems along the way. Then we can communicate with our customers in such a way that we can set the proper expectations.

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