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November 14, 2011  6:52 PM

“Cloud” Is a Meaningless Computing Buzzword



Posted by: Robin "Roblimo" Miller
Amazon, AWS, client, cloud, failure, hosting, hype, Internet, ISDN, leased line, network, personal computer, SaaS, SalesForce, server, Web

Michael Bremmer of Telecomquotes.com, who claims more than 22 years in the IT service space, says, "Cloud computing isn't new or even a fad, but a return to technology's roots. (All things old are really new again!)" He's right. "The 80's," he points out,...

October 10, 2011  1:35 PM

Hybrid IT + Business Technology = Job Opportunities for You



Posted by: Robin "Roblimo" Miller
Business Technology, cloud, computing, consulting, discouraged workers, employed, employment, Hybrid IT, management, network, promotion, staffing

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July 13, 2011  10:55 AM

Want to Play With Cloud Computing? For Free?



Posted by: Robin "Roblimo" Miller
cloud, computing, free, GNAX, learn, test, trial

This offer hit me today through one of the press release services I use: GNAX Offers Cloud Computing Service for Free.


July 11, 2011  3:30 PM

Beyond IT: Should You Consider Changing Careers?



Posted by: Robin "Roblimo" Miller
B2B, cloud, data, digital, forensics, hardware, integration, investigations, IT, law, law enforcement, networks, PCs, sales, smartphones, software, solutiona

On June 27, the IT Ladder headline was, Tired of IT? Become a Private Investigator. Today we'll look at a few other responses to my "panel of experts" question, which was, "What new fields...


May 18, 2011  4:54 PM

Chrome Browser, I Love Thee. Let Me Count the Ways…



Posted by: Robin "Roblimo" Miller
add-ons, browser, Chrome, cloud, crashing, fast, Google, Linux, love, Mac, preferences, Primus, speed, sync, tools, Weird Al, Windows

Before I start getting numerical on you, let me say that Google is not paying me to write this little article. I use their Chrome Web browser and like it. In fact, it is now the default browser on all three of my "main" computers -- for the five reasons I enumerate below:


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