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  • Windows 1.0

    Windows 1.0 was the first of Microsoft’s GUI-based operating systems, released in 1985. Like many early versions of Windows, the OS was essentially a program that ran on top of DOS. The product release didn’t actually occur until...

  • 70-20-10 (70-20-10 rule)

    70-20-10 is a formula that describes how someone learns to do their job. The formula proposes that on average, 70% of a person's learning at work is internal and experience-based, 20% comes from interacting with fellow employees and...

  • Top 10 VMworld sessions to attend in 2014

    STO2996-SPO - The vExpert Storage Game Show


    Who doesn't love a little friendly competition? This session's title...

  • Alcatel-Lucent demos 10Gbps internet over copper

    Bell Labs, the research department of networking supplier Alcatel-Lucent, has claimed a world record after demonstrating 10 gigabit-per-second...

  • M2 Digital scoops £10 million contract wins

    Managed print services specialist, M2 Digital, has scooped four major contract wins in quick succession representing its most lucrative period of new business acquisitions in 20 years.

  • EMC VMAX array embeds backup, cloud services

    EMC launched its latest VMAX high-end enterprise SAN array today, adding a new threaded operating system for...

  • SEC Form 10-K

    SEC Form 10-K is the United States Securities and Exchange Commission’s form for the annual performance filings of public companies. According to SEC regulations, all publicly-traded companies must submit a 10-K for...

  • SEC Form 10-Q

    SEC Form 10-Q is the Securities and Exchange Commission’s form for the quarterly performance filings of public companies. According to SEC regulations, all publicly-traded companies must submit a 10-Q for each of...

  • Epicor ERP 10 frees users to customize dashboards, go mobile

    Epicor ERP 10, our product of the month, comes with customizable dashboards and mobile interface options for more flexibility.

  • Deconstructing the storage algorithm

    James Harvey Robinson, the American historian, once said, "Most of our so-called reasoning consists in finding arguments for going on believing as we already do." I'm reminded of this quote at many of the events I attend, especially when I'm...

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