Enterprise IT Watch Blog:

March, 2011

March 11, 2011  2:30 PM

Google’s Person Finder deployed after earthquake and tsunami in Japan

Posted by: MelanieYarbrough
Google, Google Crisis Response, Google Person Finder

Google has deployed its Person Finder Crisis Response technology today after news of the earthquake and subsequent tsunami in Japan. From the site:

A massive 8.8 magnitude earthquake hit...

March 10, 2011  3:42 PM

250,000 seater for Windows 7

Posted by: MelanieYarbrough
Microsoft, Windows 7, Windows 7 SP1, Windows Migration

According to a...

March 10, 2011  6:09 AM

Groupon does IT, but can they make it catchy? (No.)

Posted by: Michael Morisy
B2B, Cloud computing, Groupon

Would you buy your IT help at the same place you snagged that great burrito deal? That's what Groupon was hoping in a recent (possibly record breaking) deal:

March 9, 2011  2:37 PM

Windows Thin PC: True benefit or more of the same?

Posted by: MelanieYarbrough
Tablets, virtualization, Windows 7, Windows Phone 7, Windows Tablets, Windows Thing Client

Has the solution to the "Windows 7: To VDI or not to VDI" dilemma finally arrived? Suddenly Microsoft's July extension of VDI use rights as part of their...

March 7, 2011  4:00 PM

Windows 7: How 7 companies are making the migration

Posted by: MelanieYarbrough
Windows 7, Windows 7 SP1, Windows administration, Windows upgrades


March 3, 2011  1:08 PM

These are the days of our Windows operating systems

Posted by: MelanieYarbrough
Windows 7

With last week's release of Service Pack 1 for Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2, you may be experiencing some hesitation or caution when approaching the installation...

March 3, 2011  9:56 AM

Are you ready for the Windows XP retirement party?

Posted by: Michael Morisy
Microsoft, Windows, Windows 7

It seems like just yesterday we were celebrating Windows 7's birthday, and now we're being told to start etching a more sobering date in stone:

April 8,...

March 1, 2011  12:15 PM

Three cloud storage start-ups to reckon with

Posted by: MelanieYarbrough
Cloud Storage

Start-ups are raising venture capital everywhere we look. Here are some of the most promising of the start-ups providing storage as a service that are well on their way to being a force to reckon with. Scality The San Fransisco-based storage-as-a-service provider has raised...

March 1, 2011  6:37 AM

When it comes to storage as a service, it’s off to the races

Posted by: Michael Morisy

Now that we've

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