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Guatemala is a mysterious place. This place has its epic El Petén’s secluded archaeological sites which are just so irresistable; the intriguing town of Chichicastenango with its pre-Hispanic beliefs and rituals even now. Wow! a place worth visiting, right? Yes! But being a professional, you can’t disregard those business mails that are waiting there for your replies, right? But not to worry! Hosted Exchange 2010 and BlackBerry Exchange server will help you be in touch with your mails!
However, as you are a non-native of Guatemala, if you want to configure the MS Exchange, first verify with your home country’s service providers regarding their roaming arrangements with Guatemala’s wireless carriers. Also, find out with Guatemala’s mobile service providers about the offers that they provide. In Guatemala, Claro is the biggest wireless providers. continue reading »
December 07 2012 | Business and Communications and Computers And Technology and Information and Internet And Businesses Online | No Comments »
When the cloud concept was first introduced, there was much hemming and hawing over security issues. Though its potential was pretty clear, there were still lots of skeptics and obviously many more who sat on the sidelines waiting to see how things pan out. Thankfully, the early adopters forged on so that these days no matter what industry you may be in, and even if you change jobs, cloud applications that can help in the business process exist.
This doesn’t mean though that all business do already use enterprise cloud applications since there are still many that do not realize its usefulness and even more than just can’t squeeze it in the budget just yet. However, the trend is pretty clear, with businesses having to transition to cloud-based applications especially with their clients’ (the users) growing reliance of mobile devices.
The time when desktop applications ruled the world is over, because it’s now time for cloud”-based, multi-modal, mobile apps to shine.
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November 21 2012 | Computers And Technology | No Comments »
Running different significant operations that too at a low budget is a must for small and medium enterprises, isn’t it? But how? This is where Microsoft Small Business Server plays a significant role providing SMEs all the necessary benefits and technologies that only large companies could afford to have otherwise. Windows Small Business Server is mainly designed for running network infrastructure of SMEs, this include both intranet and internet access. The focus of Small Business Server is that it can combine many of Microsoft’s premier technologies in an installation that can run on a single server—combining messaging, directory services, and security tools into a single, affordable solution for small businesses. continue reading »
October 13 2012 | Computers And Technology and Information and Internet And Businesses Online | No Comments »
If you get comments on your blogs it is a great sign and means the content is compelling, relevant or in some cases, maybe controversial, in order to spark a response from your readers. When readers take the time to share their opinions and thoughts through posting comments on the blog, you can be sure that this is a sign that readers found the article worth reading and are likely to come back to read more. It only takes one comment to initialize a grand debate. One point can spiral out into a heated discussion or detailed analysis of a given topic.
This is great news for your search marketing efforts and can quickly develop into a lively reader community with your blog at its hub. Here are some things you can do to get the ball rolling.
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October 21 2011 | Computers And Technology and Information and Internet And Businesses Online | No Comments »
In SharePoint Server products, you can get a lot of mileage out of something as simple as a list. A SharePoint list is a collection of similar items, which may contain columns or fields that define the item data or metadata schema. Each item stored in a list shares the same schema.
Now you will be thinking how is a SharePoint Server 2010 List different from a SharePoint Library, right? Simple, in SharePoint lists, items are defined by metadata or the columns of a list with documents being attached to that metadata. In a SharePoint library, a document is the item with library metadata supporting the document.
Lists in SharePoint resemble database tables in structure and behavior. Lists support various field or data types, and can have triggers that react to list events such as creating, updating, or deleting items. In addition, lists can be configured to filter, sort, or group items based on item data or properties. SharePoint lists also support various methods of visualization, both in the display of data and in the editing or entry of item data.
Take the benefits of SharePoint family of products including SharePoint Foundation, Microsoft SharePoint Server 2007, and free SharePoint web parts and templates.
September 21 2010 | Application and Computers And Technology and Information and Internet And Businesses Online | No Comments »