Monthly Archives: September 2007

CCTV Cameras & Crime In The U.K.

CCTV Cameras & Crime In The U.K.

September 20, 2007

New reports indicate that CCTV cameras in London are not helping to solve crime. But are the cameras themselves to blame? Are the reports politically motivated? Are the cameras really there to solve or even prevent crime? Would private business have the same results from their camera systems? To read more check out this editorial […]

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Microsoft Faces New Office Suite Competitor

Microsoft Faces New Office Suite Competitor

September 19, 2007

With Microsoft raking in billions of dollars from its desktop software franchise, many of their competitors are beginning to produce their own solutions to Microsoft Office. Not only is Microsoft feeling the heat from OpenOffice.org, but IBM has jumped into the fray and released a free office productivity suite called Lotus Symphony. Although Microsoft has […]

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Tech-Amry.org – Recommended Small Business Server

Tech-Amry.org – Recommended Small Business Server

September 12, 2007

The Tech-Army.org announced their first approved Small Business Server earlier this month in a Press Release Sent to Computer Service Now. Bill Schiering of the Tech-Army reported in a phone conversation today that the Tech-Army will not tie itself to a single hardware vendor and as such will have more freedom to recommend the technology […]

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Leader of Software Pirates Behind Bars

Leader of Software Pirates Behind Bars

September 5, 2007

Following in the footsteps of Yaroslav Suris, a man who was sentenced two months incarceration for Criminal Infringement of a Copyright, an international warez group of 18 have joined the ranks of those who face persecution for Copyright Infringement. The Pirates With Attitidue, or PWA, have been an underground warez agency since 1996. Run by […]

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