Monthly Archives: June 2011

Not Everyone is as Excited for Office 365 as Microsoft Is

Not Everyone is as Excited for Office 365 as Microsoft Is

June 29, 2011

Microsoft officially launched Office 365 yesterday with a big fancy New York City event hosted by CEO of Microsoft Steve Ballmer. However, while enthusiasm was high with Microsoft execs, engineers and partners, not everybody was looking at this as a “glass half full” development. A lot of real concerns exist for partners over profit, compatibility with Line-of-Business apps and […]

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People’s Choice Stevie Award Given to PGi’s iMeet

People’s Choice Stevie Award Given to PGi’s iMeet

June 24, 2011

Earlier in the week, PGi was awarded a People’s Choice Stevie Award for its latest service, iMeet, at the 2011 American Business Awards (ABA) reception. iMeet walked away with the award of Favorite New Computer Service category. In addition to that, iMeet also earned a finalist nod in the New Product or Service of the […]

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IBM Creates World’s First Graphene-Based Computer Chip

IBM Creates World’s First Graphene-Based Computer Chip

June 13, 2011

Researchers from IBM have just built the very first integrated circuit based on graphene. This is a breakthrough for IBM who has stated that this circuit could very well herald a future based on graphene wafers as opposed to silicon ones.

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Cloud-Based Music Services Not Happening in Canada Anytime Soon

Cloud-Based Music Services Not Happening in Canada Anytime Soon

June 10, 2011

While everybody in the U.S. is currently talking up Apple’s newly released iCloud music storage system, our neighbors to the north in Canada are singing a different tune, one that tells of no iCloud services being available in the country and one that sees many Canadians a little upset.

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