Monthly Archives: February 2014

 

 

 

Windows eXPiration: What Now!

 

Why MS Ending Windows XP

 

Earlier this year, Microsoft announced it would be retiring Windows XP, Office 2003, IE 6 on 8 April 2014, meaning it would officially go out of support. Windows XP users were told there were two options: continue running XP and risk significant security vulnerabilities, or upgrade to Windows 8. However, there is a third option that more people should be talking about…

 

Windows End of Life

 

So, what are the options?

 

#1. Upgrade to Office 2013

#2. Keep running XP

or

Google Opportunity Apps

 

#3. Google Apps for Business

 

Download report here!

 

Read full article via Web Smart Computing here!

 

 

 

 

 

 

"2014: Cloud's victory Procession"

 

 

 

Cloud computing concept

 

Barriers to cloud adoption have been broken down – initial reticence regarding data ownership in the cloud has been met with credibility built by vendors

 

Key issues explained:

Today's high demands on storing data

Need for e-discovery capabilities

Granular legal hold functionality

Heavy security demands

SLA & Data stored within appropriate jurisdictions

 

Conclusion comment:

"But what is clear is that in terms of centralization of data, cost to the business, and time to implement, cloud has and will continue to be the better option. And it is these powerful values which are driving business as a whole towards hosted services, including finance and legal."

 

Read more Here!

 

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Joining two Events tomorrow in London organised by

Google Enterprise/GroveIS Ltd.

 

Event details:

"Create your Mobile Edge for 2014''

 

Morning session Logistics

Click on picture for program overview!

Mobile Edge 2014

 

 

Afternoon session Utilities

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Utilties invite

 

There are some seats left contact

us at: g4cloud@g4cloud.nl

 

 

 

 

"Will Legal Challenges Keep Banks

From

Using Cloud Computing?"

 

 

Financial Services

 

Topics which are highlighted:

Data Security

Data Sovereignty

Auditing Requirements

Customer Liability

 

    But at the end can be concluded:

 

1. Cloud Computing has better security.

 

2. It has more storage space as their data needs continue to increase.

 

3. Financial Institutions will find it is eassier to use the cloud to mine data

to improve the quality of services for their customers.

 

Read full article here!

 

 

 

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