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Winning with Mobile (Infographic)

Mobility brings tremendous opportunities for companies today, both in increased productivity and new business, but an unmanaged deployment invites risk and creates a potential for data loss.

September 23, 2014 by

MRC Global PVF Mobile Handbook for iPad

MRC Global's PVF Mobile Handbook app allows access to extensive product and industry information. This is a great reference tool for...

December 15, 2014 by MRC Global Inc

CowCalf

Cattle production data management is a dynamic process requiring timely, accurate, and comprehensive information. Although many herd...

December 4, 2014 by Steve Johnson

Analysis the key to better healthcare: IBM

The lack of ICT in healthcare has led to lower productivity and more labour-intensive processes, and has exposed more patients to more errors, according to IBM Australia managing director Andrew Stevens. Stevens said that more money needs to be spent on healthcare IT, putting special emphasis on data analysis.

August 16, 2011 by

Govt purchase style against open source

For the last 10 years, web-based communities have achieved significant advancement in productivity by using collaborative work practices, such as open-source software, open standards and organic data sharing.

August 23, 2010 by

What's in the next versions of BPOS and Online communications

As an online service, BPOS (Business Productivity Online Suite - Exchange and SharePoint hosted by Microsoft in its data centres) gets new features every six to eight weeks - but these are incremental improvements, adding options that are already in the on-premise versions. For example, mailbox size will increase from 5GB to 25GB this year, and the Mac sign-in client will support Snow Leopard.

June 16, 2010

Forrester: Google still a distant Office competitor

For all the noise about -- and from -- Google giving Microsoft a run for its money in the office/productivity market, the reality is rather different, according to Forrester Research. New Forrester data, released on May 11, claims that 81% of the enterprises it surveyed are running Office 2007 and 78% supporting SharePoint, compared to only 4% using Google Apps.

May 11, 2010 by

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