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The wait for the Exchange Server 2016 preview is finally over

The wait for the Exchange Server 2016 preview is finally over

Monday, July 27th, 2015

Microsoft has finally outed some details on the next version of its popular Exchange mail service, which just released as a preview build. more

Could Windows 10 Phones include an iris scanner?

Could Windows 10 Phones include an iris scanner?

Friday, July 24th, 2015

Windows Hello and support for the Surface Pen could be headed to Microsoft’s upcoming flagship devices. We recently reported on the specs rumored to be stocked in the Lumia 950 and 950 XL, and now, it’s looking like some of those specs could clue us into how Microsoft is planning to unify its mobile and desktop experiences in Windows 10 Mobile. more

Prices andMicrosoft Office 2016 prices and release date

Prices andMicrosoft Office 2016 prices and release date

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015

Windows 10 has and continues to grab a huge deal of attention, generating a growing media interest as we near the launch date (July 29), particularly since this is a vital operating system to get right for Redmond given the (relative) failure of Windows 8 (and RT) and the timid reception for Windows 8.1. more

Facts and figures about the Intel® NUC

Friday, July 17th, 2015

Introduction

The journey to miniaturisation in the world of computers started decades ago when engineers agreed that a calculator that was as big as a house didn’t make a lot of sense. The move to microprocessors, spearheaded by Intel® with the first commercially available CPU, the 4004, catalysed that shift. more

Safety first as Firefox axes Flash

Safety first as Firefox axes Flash

Wednesday, July 15th, 2015

The makers of Firefox have come to the decision to disable Adobe’s Flash Player. This is the reason as to why Facebook games are no longer working and videos are no longer working on the browser.

Mark Schmidt, head of Firefox’s support team, announced a new Occupy Flash movement on Twitter stating that the latest version of the browser blocks all versions of Flash Player. However, it won’t be a permanent blockade. more

Here’s something for the PC fanatics

Here’s something for the PC fanatics

Monday, July 13th, 2015

For years, before the internet became truly mainstream, beta software was shrouded in a cloak of mystery. Copies of software would often circulate on private servers or on CD-ROMs or DVDs but the advent of cheap, fast connectivity and the prevalence of software-as-a-service has changed that. more

What will the PC look like in 20 years time?

What will the PC look like in 20 years time?

Friday, July 10th, 2015

How will the PC develop change within the next 10-20 years?

The computer as we know it today has radically evolved from the desktop behemoths of the early PCs to masses of computer power you can hold in your hand. Desktop PCs, notebooks, tablets and smartphones now all coexist together, but are clearly on a converging trajectory. more

Cloud Integration Developer

Thursday, July 9th, 2015

Role Responsibilities

  • To play the role of individual contributor in the area of integration
  • Work closely with customers & partners to gather requirements and design integration solutions
  • Translate business processes & requirements into technical integration requirements
  • Evaluate new applications to assess integration approach more
The new Windows 10 is closer than we think

The new Windows 10 is closer than we think

Wednesday, July 8th, 2015

The final Windows 10 version is going through final checks and the last few tweaks are being carried out.
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Social Media’s impact on today’s society

Social Media’s impact on today’s society

Monday, July 6th, 2015

The social media space is becoming ever more important in everything we do in today’s generation, whether it be social, business or pleasure related. Since becoming CEO in 2009, Jeff Weiner has led LinkedIn to become a network of 364 million registered users with offices in 30 countries and a market cap of $26 billion. more