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eResource Scheduler

Enbraun's eResource Scheduler (eRS) is a collaborative, multi-user employee scheduling & planning software. eResource Scheduler is...

September 16, 2014 by ENBRAUN

Kaseya Traverse focuses on IT systems management for the mid market

Mid market companies face the same challenges as do larger organizations. They don't, unfortunately, have the luxury of having a large IT staff to make sure that their complex systems perform well. Kaseya believes that its Traverse, a software as a service management and monitoring offering can bring things under control.

October 28, 2013 by

Orbital Shift

Online employee time tracking software with a mobile time clock that includes online work schedule templates, manager controlled communication...

August 18, 2014 by Orbital Shift

HP shifts mobility management into the cloud

HP joins the rush to offer mobility-management services with a cloud launch that offers staff secure access to corporate data and software from their mobile devices.

April 4, 2013

Schedule It

Schedule any activity quickly and easily, on your desktop or mobile device. Schedule the workload for employees, appointments for customers,...

August 5, 2014 by Schedule it

GlobalSign breach was down to unpatched system

A hacker managed to get into a GlobalSign server and compromise the company's digital certificate due to a piece of unpatched open source software on the server, according to a C-Level member of GlobalSign staff.The code had not been updated as it was not included on lists of proprietary software to be patched, the senior GlobalSign staff member told ZDNet UK on Wednesday.

April 25, 2012 by

AOL/HuffPo Shuts Down Download Squad

In a surprise move Monday night, popular software blog Download Squad became the latest tech casualty in Huffington/AOL's so-called 'consolidation' of its content sites. In an end-of-the-day email, Download Squad's staff was told that the blog was closed and they were jobless, effective immediately.

April 11, 2011 by

New England IT salaries, jobs rising

Software and IT services companies in New England had a good 2010 and are looking at a good 2011, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston's Beige Book, released earlier this month.The Beige Book, formally the Summary of Commentary on Current Economic Conditions, is a report of "anecdotal information on current economic conditions" by each Federal Reserve Bank in its district based on interviews with bank staff, economists, market experts and key business leaders in each district.

March 18, 2011 by

Ozzie to leave Microsoft: future cloudy

Ray Ozzie, Bill Gates's replacement as Microsoft's Chief Software Architect, is leaving the company. The news emerged in Steve Ballmer E-mail to Employees on Ray Ozzie Transition, where CEO Steve Ballmer told staff that Ozzie "will remain with the company as he transitions the teams and ongoing strategic projects within his organization" and that he will work in the Entertainment Division for a while.

October 18, 2010 by

MI6 software engineer sentenced for data breach

An ex-MI6 software engineer who tried to sell MI6 staff lists for £2m has been sentenced, the BBC reported on Friday.Daniel Houghton, who tried to sell the lists plus other information to Dutch intelligence agents, was sentenced to a year in jail.

September 6, 2010 by

Xerox software urges your staff to print smarter

There's a free new green-printing software application out from Xerox that works with its ColorQube 9200 series multifunction printers.The app, called Xerox Print Advisor, works by reminding you, for example, that MAYBE you should print that document on both sides of the paper instead of one.

July 5, 2010 by

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