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March 28, 2013
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Moving Toward a Next Gen IT Workplace  
A recently released second annual TechWatch 2013 report unveiled by Cisco, reveals that 76% of business will be moving to a next generation workspace structure by 2016. While IT decision makers continue to get to grips with reducing IT complexity while balancing investment against cost-cutting, they still remain positive about addressing core IT challenges.
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Powered Up Perspective on Cloud Computing  
It was just recently that cloud computing really took off and went mainstream. Now, Companies are rushing to develop new technologies to speed cloud development.
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Case Study: National Vision Lowers Costs with Marco's Managed Print Program  
It may be hard to believe that one simple change to how a company buys toner could deliver a steep savings. It may be even harder to comprehend that the savings could come with better service.
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Tech Teen Whiz Sells Summly APP to Yahoo!, Inc. for Mega Deal  
London, England - March 25, 2013 - Teenage programmer Nick D’Aloisio sold his news application Summly to Yahoo for what’s rumored to be a massive payout (reportedly $30 million). The sale caps a short but successful career at Apple Inc.’s vast app store, where hundreds of thousands of pieces of software compete for the attention of smartphone and tablet users.
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Good Tech Habits Keep Information Safe  
According to “tech wiz” Whitson Gordon, good tech habits aren't just for geeks — they can save you and your company and clients’ money, keep information safe to help you avoid frustration down the road. Here are ten tech habits everyone should have.
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