Do you have a continuous improvement process for your business continuity and disaster recovery plans?

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Tech Trivia Tuesday: When did Microsoft introduce Office?

Throughout the years we've seen continuous upgrades to Microsoft Office. But here's the big question: When did Microsoft actually introduce the first version of Office? (Quick hint: The date is actually coming up very soon)
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  • ToddN2000
    Hard to believe it will be the 26th anniversary on  August 1st.
    It was introduced on August 1 , 1988...
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  • Michael Tidmarsh
    You got me again Todd! That's correct. Here's a bonus question: At what event did Bill Gates announce it at?
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  • ToddN2000
    Think it was the COMDEXx in California?
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  • Michael Tidmarsh
    You're half right. It was COMDEX but it was actually held in Las Vegas.
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  • cdrake
    1978
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  • Michael Tidmarsh
    Sorry cdrake, the answer was actually August 1, 1988. But watch out for our next Tech Trivia Tuesday question!
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What's the future of cloud services for 2015?

I understand this is more down the road I'm curious to get everyone's opinion on what new cloud services will be available in the future (say 2015). Some cloud services may not be around anymore due to budget constraints, economy, etc but there will be others that will continue to dominate the market. What's your opinion on the future of cloud? ITKE Profile: ITKE

Are you exploring the possibility of moving away from AWS?

As enterprise applications continue to turn web services for the hardware / software that make the web pages function, most organizations go with laaS to provide these central services (particularly AWS). However, with an ever-growing number of AWS alternatives to choose from, the question becomes: Are you exploring the possibility of moving away from AWS? If so, what alternative are you leaning towards? Michael Tidmarsh Profile: Michael Tidmarsh

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