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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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    • No, edge computing will not replace cloud computing January 23, 2018
      The press is still having a field day with this relatively new tech term edge computing, and how it will soon displace cloud computing. I’ve seen more a half dozen articles in just the last two months that advancing the perception that edge computing will displace, not complement, cloud computing.It’s sad to see such naive […]
    • Cloud portability: Why you’ll never really get there January 19, 2018
      Portability means that you can move an application from one host environment to another, including cloud to cloud such as from Amazon Web Services to Microsoft Azure. The work needed to complete the porting of an application from one platform to another depends upon the specific circumstances.Containers are one technology meant to make such porting […]
    • Why you should not worry about cross-tenant cloud attacks January 16, 2018
      We’ve all heard the concerns: While public clouds do a good job protecting our cloud-based systems from outside attackers, what about attacks that may come from other public cloud users? These are known as cross-tenant attacks (sometimes called side-channel attacks), where other tenants on the same public cloud somehow access your data. Should you pay […]