Back in early January this year, Michael Wood of gantthead.com wrote an article titled, “Hot Post-Recession Technologies for 2010.” It lists technologies that Garner predicted would be popular in the coming year for businesses. Having now covered the bulk of the year, let’s take a look at how close those predictions were.
An unfortunate caveat to using a Windows-based computer is program bloat. It’s any software that either comes already installed on your machine when you buy it, or gets installed along with other programs. Most of the time, these are unwanted additions to your system that take up space, may intrude on browsers, and generally clutter up your start menu.
Acronis, known for their enterprise-level system backup technology True Image, has stepped into the world of cloud computing to take their data-backup systems to a new level. With Backup & Recovery 10 Online, Acronis is looking to secure the niche of small to medium-sized businesses that either have no current data-backup in place or are still using older methods such as tape.
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Entrepreneurs and CEOs of fast-growing businesses gathered in Washington D.C. over the weekend for the Inc. 500 Conference, celebrating the 2010 Inc. 500|5000 Awards. Ten of the sixteen Richmond area winners are VA Council of CEOs members. Congratulations to all! Jo Ann Rossi, Mark Morton, & Jim Fitzgerald