We serve lots and lots of non-profits that should consider this option to traditional software, license fees and support options. It may not be for everyone, but how can you lose by giving it a try?
People are polynomials - Life is non-linear - Die without regrets
Sunday, January 17, 2010
Google for Non-Profits
I don't think enough people know about Google's dedicated portal for the free Non-Profit applications and services they offer.
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Tuesday, January 12, 2010
It's not a Virus - It's Malware!
Our customers have been tormented by rogue fraudware more than ever lately. Despite antivirus programs, operating system patches and attention paid to avoiding 'bad' websites.
I was interviewed by Channel 13 last week on the subject. What can you say in 15 seconds? So I wrote a brief article about Malware for a CEO Networking organization and posted it here. Hopefully you'll find it interesting and helpful.
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Labels: Malware Virus
The Complexity Tax
The growing complexity of our lives - a byproduct of engineered flexibility and abstraction of utility - operates like a tax whittling away at the value of a given object. Like this blog post, for instance.
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