Researchers at Microsoft have found a way of dramatically reducing power consumption for mobile GPS by utilising internet technology.
Recent study finds mobile healthcare and medical app downloads look set to triple over the next few years.
A recent study from Juniper Research finds the number of mobile healthcare and medical app downloads is likely to reach 142 …
Computer Weekly recently reported that according to recent research, commissioned by Acronis, European SME (Small/Medium Enterprise) businesses may be neglecting backup and (probably more importantly in my opinion) recovery procedures (see European SMEs neglect back-up and recovery, survey reveals).
The research, conducted in late 2009, was based on a survey of 600 small and medium businesses across a number of European regions including 200 in the UK and talked to SMBs and mid-market organisations (up to 1,000 employees).
When you look at the SME market place in the UK alone, in 2008, it had over 3.6 million registered SME businesses. The problem with the SME business category is that it really is a mixed bag – it consists of millions of one to five people businesses (Micro SME) in the same category as businesses with up to 250 employees (UK) or 1,000 employees (Europe).
However, even in this small snapshot it’s clear that backup and recovery is being overlooked but is this really a surprise?
No, of course it isn’t. Backup and Recovery is one of those grey areas such as Business Continuity, Hardware Maintenance and Software Licensing – where you “probably should focus on it – but whilst everything is working just fine there are other things to worry about”.
Here it is – in a nutshell – Backup and Recovery, done properly, is just too complicated.
“Designed to improve organization and note retrieval, transforming the way students take notes and study.”
It’s possible to take notes using nothing more than the built-in notepad in Windows. However, if you regularly take notes you might want to gain a little more productivity out of your note-taking.