Blogs from MC Press Online staff members.
inFORM Decisions reportedly is generating a buzz among its clients with its latest product, iScan, a highly affordable document scanning solution for small businesses.
iScan is unique in that it is being marketed to SMBs at a comparatively low price. The solution starts at $4,800, a sharp step off competing products that cost about $20,000, making inFORM Decisions among the few—or perhaps the first—to OEM a low-end scanning module for IBM i, says Dan Forster, president of inFORM Decisions.
It was only a matter of time, I suppose, until the wrestling match between Maximum Availability and Vision Solutions, the leading high availability solutions providers in the Power Systems market, spilled outside of the ring.
Yes, the two are in court it seems, with Maximum Availability accusing Vision of false advertising. Maxava says Vision distributed literature claiming that its competitor doesn't provide 24/7 global customer support—which it does—and also that a large number
Updated 06-18-2010 at 04:59 PM by C.Smith
In 1979, Time Warner created the first two-way interactive cable system--QUBE. Developed in Columbus, Ohio, QUBE was a darling of the media because it offered viewers the ability to vote and answer questions via the systemâ€™s polling technology. QUBE eventually led to the development of Nickelodeon and MTV.
Below is an interesting note from the city of Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.â€”or Rancho Googlemonga, as it would like to be soon calledâ€”urging its citizens to join in a massive
Updated 06-18-2010 at 05:04 PM by C.Smith
There is a reason the IBM Power platform is incorporating three separate operating systems today--it lets you run so much more software!
Here is a free download of help-desk software that runs on Linux that any company with 100 computers or less can effectively deploy without charge--no trial period and no ads, according to the company (if you have more than 100, you may wish to get the full, paid edition of SysAid Help Desk).
SysAid Technologies (www.sysaid.com) is
Updated 06-18-2010 at 05:06 PM by C.Smith
There are a number of issues to consider before implementing an IP telephony system. Whether or not you upgrade your sever--or buy a separate appliance--you likely will have to upgrade your network before implementing a VOIP solution. See story (published 7/13/09) in iTechnology Manager and on the MC Press Online home page.
Updated 06-18-2010 at 05:07 PM by C.Smith