The University of Georgia’s “Ah-ha!” moment

Everyone loves a good Ah-ha! moment – especially in IT. For the University of Georgia (UGA), theirs came in 2009 as they were involved in significant upgrades across the school’s user base. Making campus-wide system upgrades can create significant challenges for the IT staff at any education institution. The ever-growing number of computers in school

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Windows future

Reports of Windows 8 early release to partners this week got me thinking about all of the goings on with Windows presently. We’re as eager as anyone to get our hands on a new OS. It sounds like there might be a “preview” at WPC in July, which I would interpret as a demo, with beta to follow

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Bet On Us

When evaluating software vendors at some point you probably ask yourself, your team, or perhaps your management asks you, “Why should we go with a product from an independent software vendor when we have mainstream options?” You might even have a history or a relationship with another vendor and have to justify a change. And

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