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Cloud Specific IT Certifications 2013

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Few areas within the IT industry have seen the kind of growth that cloud computing has. As a result, many IT professionals are now seeking cloud specific certifications. Here is an overview of what is currently available to…

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4 Varying Kinds Of Mobile Computer Gadgets

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Varying types of portable computer gadgets include the following: smartphones, laptop computers, netbook computers, and tablet PCs. Technology has provided us with an array of choices in mobile computer gadgets. These devices may have computer operations that are…

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Intel ponders solar-powered CPU tech in graphics, memory

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Intel’s experimental solar-powered processor may have started off as a fun project, but the chip maker is now looking to extend the technology to hardware such as graphics processors, memory and floating point units. Microsoft MCTS Certification, MCITP…

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Microsoft’s Windows Azure Active Directory plans takes shape

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This year should be a big one for Microsoft’s Windows Azure Active Directory cloud service, yet another piece of its hybrid public/private cloud puzzle.   Microsoft MCTS Certification, MCITP Certification and over 2000+ Exams with Life Time Access…

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Oracle buying Taleo for $1.9B in direct hit at SAP

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Oracle is buying cloud-based talent management and employee recruitment software vendor Taleo for roughly $1.9 billion, the company announced Thursday. The move comes shortly after SAP’s move to acquire SuccessFactors, a close competitor of Taleo, for $3.4 billion…

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Adobe’s potential enterprise worries trump Flash concerns

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Adobe’s Flash sucked up all the headlines this week, but concerns about enterprise sales may be more troubling for the company. For Adobe it’s open season on Flash again as this week Microsoft said that its Metro browser…

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Week in Tweets: Apple Trashtalk Week

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This week, top execs at Dell, HP, and Microsoft took turns bashing the Apple iPad. Dell said it was doomed to fail in the enterprise world; HP said its channel partners couldn’t stand Apple’s arrogance; Microsoft called tablets…

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