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Pre-Owned Microsoft Lumia 650 for $0.99!!!

Yes, That’s right – for less than a dollar you can get a pre-owned Microsoft Lumia 650 phone. Since Microsoft stopped releasing new Windows phones, we have seen a lot of good deals, but never this good. For those of you who are interested in trying out Windows 10 Mobile, need a second phone or […]

Google Project Fi – Invite NO MORE: Supports Tablets Without Monthly Device Fee

UPDATE 03/08/2016: Google Fi no longer requires an invitation to sign up! Today, Android’s blog announced its official goodbye to the invite system for the Fi Network. Google is well known for coming up with disruptive tools and services, but sometimes their “projects” do not turn out and do not live up to expectations. Earlier this […]

  
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    • The 3 biggest mistakes to avoid in cloud migrations April 28, 2017
      I’ve heard many times that if you’re not making mistakes, you’re not making progress. If that’s true, we're seeing a lot of progress made this year in cloud migrations!Here are the three errors that I see enterprises repeatedly committing.[ To the cloud! Real-world container migrations. | Dig into the the red-hot open source framework in […]
    • Think again: Data integration is different in the cloud April 25, 2017
      It’s been nearly 20 years since I wrote the book “Enterprise Application Integration,” yet after all that time data integration remains an afterthought when it comes to cloud deployments. I guess that’s par for the course, since security, governance, monitoring, and other core services are often afterthoughts as well.When moving to the cloud, enterprises focus […]
    • Don’t let cloud providers kick you off like United April 21, 2017
      As everyone knows, last week a United Airlines passenger was asked to deplane because the airline overbooked and needed his seat for a staff member, then was dragged off the plane by Chicago airport cops when he refused to leave. Yes, the passenger didn’t follow the rules, but the situation ultimately was United’s fault.Believe it […]
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