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Entries Tagged ‘Google docs vs MS Office’

Google Wants You

As an IT professional who works for a medium size Accounting firm, I get phone calls and emails from numerous vendors. Sometimes I get a few too many calls that I would want to, but this is just the nature of the business. The majority of the calls I get are from document imaging, printing […]

Google Docs Gets a Face-lift and Prepares to Battle MS Office

Google announced yesterday (April 12th 2010) the release of their new and upgraded version of Google DOCS. In case you are not familiar what Google DOCS is, here is brief overview: “Google Docs is a free, Web-based word processor, spreadsheet, presentation, form, and data storage service offered by Google. It allows users to create and edit documents online while collaborating […]

  
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    • This time, you can trust the cloud Magic Quadrant June 20, 2017
      The latest Garter Magic Quadrant report for cloud infrastructure is out. Usually, the release of a Magic Quadrant means I have to correct its findings when talking to my clients. Enterprises take these as gospel, managing by Magic Quadrant—and as a result picking their technology, often the wrong technology, for the wrong reasons.This time, I […]
    • The 2 cloud security myths that must die June 16, 2017
      There seem to be two groups of people out there when it comes to cloud security: There are those who believe that public clouds are systemically unsafe, and those who believe clouds are impenetrable.They’re both wrong. Both of these myths are dangerous, and so they need to die.[ The cloud storage security gap—and how to […]
    • 3 killer cloud skills that will get you hired today June 13, 2017
      One of the most common questions that I’m asked is: "What cloud skills do I need that will get me hired quickly?"First, keep in mind that this is an emerging area, so what employers are looking for is constantly shifting. Second, even if they do hire you for a specific skill, you’ll be asked to […]
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