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Windows Server 2003 will reach its end of life in less than a year and, as enterprises look to refresh their infrastructure, HP is playing the stability card to win more enterprise deals as rivals IBM and Dell are mired by uncertainties.
Several commenters pointed out that Mr Bernecky had an "old" phone - an original Galaxy S, a model that was released in June 2010, just over four years ago.
Inspect2GO recently released new software for large scale remote surveys and audits.
Microsoft's new certification process, in particular, asks for clear and accurate names that "reflect the functionality of the app," more accurate categories, and differentiated icons to ensure apps aren't confused with one another.
Low-cost PCs, Chromebooks and Windows XP migrations continue to help, but competition from other devices means declines in the future.
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MICROSOFT'S ONGOING MISSION to kill its obsolete but still widely used Windows XP operating system has been dealt another blow, as a developer has announced his own unofficial Service Pack that rolls up all missing updates and reenables automatic updating.
Global PC shipments will decline by 3.7 percent this year, a change from IDC's previous forecast of 6 percent The PC market is still a bleak place to be, but not as bleak as expected, according to new figures released Wednesday.
A corporate customer wanted to know where the Installed Updates control panel gets the Installed On information from, because they found that the values were always set to the current date regardless of when the update was actually installed.
There's talk that the city of Munich, Germany-a bastion of open-souce idealism -will give up hope and move from its LiMux-brand of Linux to Microsoft Windows.
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The company also patched 50 security bugs in the browser and paid out $51,000 in bounties to several outside researchers, including a $30,000 pay day to one bug hunter who reported several critical vulnerabilities.
Hewlett-Packard is to a great extent seen as a more established era innovation organization that has attempted to keep up its productivity as buyers have moved to cell phones and distributed computing.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 09:50 am
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