By: Chris Topham | Mar 30, 2012 Finding the right balance between what we would like for our IT infrastructure and what our budget can justify is a perennial problem. In this article we explore how to get the high performing virtualised server environment that you want at a cost that your finance director will be comfortable with.
By: Susan Crasto | Mar 7, 2012 The rise of computer institutes in recent years has led to severe competition amongst different computer institutes. A result of this competition has been fraud articles about certain institutes by its rivals.
By: studyabroaduniv | Mar 2, 2012 The Chemical Engineering, like its counterpart Mechanical Engineering, to developed in the nineteenth century during the Industrial Revolution. The Industrial scale manufacturing demanded new materials or new processes and by 1880 the need for large scale production of chemicals was such that a new industry was created, dedicated to the development or large scale manufacturing of chemicals in new
By: Bob Jennings | Feb 20, 2012 Cloud computing has not been around for a very long time, and in that time it has managed to change the way many businesses operate. Today, cloud computing usually refers to a service where data can be remotely stored in a virtual environment, instead of locally at your business’s premises. In most cases these services tend to be subscription based and so you may be billed on a monthly basis wit
By: David Frankk | Jan 13, 2012 WiMax, which stands for Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access is a form of the 4G wireless technology. It is a technology used for providing wireless internet service across different areas.