Thursday, April 29, 2010
Steve's Thoughts on Flash
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Wednesday, April 28, 2010
AppleInsider | Apple to target iPad at business users with added features - sources
How to Print from Your iPad | News & Opinion |
iPad printing: solved -- Engadget
The Master List of New Windows 7 Shortcuts - Windows - Lifehacker
Apple Acquires iPhone App Siri
Monday, April 26, 2010
CenterBeam, Inc News: If you're going to make the move, do it right
Google Launches New AdWords Tools And Certification Program For Ad Agencies
Sunday, April 25, 2010
Google Confirms Free Turn-by-Turn Directions Coming to iPhone
Saturday, April 24, 2010
Overtime pay for High Tech | IT Workers FAQ
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
iPad 3G Available in U.S. on April 30
Leaked Next Generation iPhone Footage Goes Viral, But Will it Move Phones? [POLL]
This Is Apple's Next iPhone - Iphone 4 - Gizmodo
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
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5 Unique Ways to Use Twitter for Business
ShiftIt Moves Windows via Keyboard, Is Like Aero Snap for Your Mac - Keyboard Shortcuts - Lifehacker
This Is Apple's Next iPhone - Iphone 4 - Gizmodo
CoRD: Remote Desktop for Mac OS X
OS Encryption Showdown: Vista's BitLocker vs. Mac's FileVault - Encryption - Lifehacker
Thursday, April 15, 2010
Google's Plan To Give Chrome OS (And All Web-Enabled Devices) Universal Printer Support
Wednesday, April 14, 2010
Apparently, Mark Zuckerberg Still Writes Code
RIM Acquisition Could Bring BlackBerry Connectivity to Your Car
Microsoft Outlook to Add MySpace and Facebook Integration
Google Buzz Educates Teens About Privacy [VIDEO]
Hardware Faceoff: iPad vs. Netbook
How Companies Should Approach the New Twitter Advertising Model
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Archiving, Retention, and Discovery
Hacking NetFlix : Netflix Shipping Wii Discs to Everyone
Friday, April 9, 2010
Adobe Employee says "Go screw yourself Apple.”
Thursday, April 8, 2010
iPhone OS 4 unveiled, adds multitasking, shipping this summer -- Engadget
Sunday, April 4, 2010
Anyone feel the 6.9-Magnitude Quake in Baja California?
I agree with Jack, I think GNOME3 & UBUNTU will change the world as we know it... one desktop at a time: TechRepublic
@CenterBeam, Inc News: Cloud computing toughest to fill for EMC
Saturday, April 3, 2010
Netflix Streaming App Coming to iPad
iPad's File System Suggests New Apple Devices on the Way
Netflix Streaming Coming to iPhone and iPod Touch, Too
Can You Blog from an iPad?
CenterBeam Named Winner of 2009 Outsourcing Relationship Management 'RMMY' Award -- SAN JOSE, CA, Dec. 2 /PRNewswire/ --

Wake up and smell the coffee Microsoft!

I have to agree with Garett Rogers in his ZDNet post about: Microsoft's denial over Google could spell disaster where he talks about Microsoft ignoring the looming threat from Google.

Here is an excerpt from the article:
"It seems that over the last 10 years, Microsoft has been in denial. Blatantly trying to ignore Google, and passing them off as not a threat. I guess when you are the giant in a space, you don’t want to admit that you’re losing or have lost your mojo, and there are competitors coming up behind you fast. Blinders are wonderful things that keep you marching to your own beat in a relatively straight line — but what if that line is wrong, and your beat is way too slow?"
With Elop stating that Microsoft has no plans to make any applications for the iPad, it is clear that he (and Microsoft by extension) don't see Google as a threat and it may come back to bite them. Further, with Apple's market cap being only $50 billion behind Microsoft, it is clear that Google is not the only real threat to Microsoft's dominance in the market.

I think (meaning this is my opinion) that Microsoft needs to start taking both Apple and Google seriously... and I don't mean simply starting a pricing war over hosted collaboration, which I "lovingly" call the clash of the titans, that is going to bring the small Microsoft email hosting partners to their knees... more on this topic another time.

I don't want to end this article without mentioning that although Microsoft is not doing anything for the iPad, Citrix and others are filling in the gap. With the Citrix Receiver, the iPad becomes an enterprise device with the ability to run Windows 7 and the full Office suite. Citrix has enabled CSPs (Citrix Service Providers) like CenterBeam to provide Hosted Virtual Applications regardless of the endpoint operating system.

With a full suite of SaaS and PaaS offerings, Customers of CenterBeam's Cloud Service, can enable their Executives and mobile workers to function with an iPad and no other device.

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