Monthly Archives: July 2011

Colleges Unite to Create Faster Computer Networks

Colleges Unite to Create Faster Computer Networks

July 27, 2011

A coalition of around 29 universities across America are throwing their weight behind a plan to create ultra-high-speed computer networks in the communities surrounding their campuses. These networks would also have internet service several hundred times faster than what is now available commercially.

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Hacktivist Groups Anonymous and LulzSec Vow to Continue Hacking Campaigns

Hacktivist Groups Anonymous and LulzSec Vow to Continue Hacking Campaigns

July 22, 2011

In a surprisingly defiant statement addressed primarily to Director of the FBI Steve Chabinsky, members of Anonymous and LulzSec have vowed to continue with their hacking campaigns and even went as far as to dare law enforcement officials to try and stop them.

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Global Computer Enterprises Launches Financial Management Cloud

Global Computer Enterprises Launches Financial Management Cloud

July 12, 2011

GCE, otherwise known as Global Computer Enterprises, just recently unveiled a mobile service for accessing and managing financial functions for the Federal Government. The service, which operates on any type of smartphone, tablet or mobile device, allows you to conduct a plethora of time-sensitive activities like approving purchase requests, conducting searches or receiving goods and […]

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Businesses Catching Up to Consumers in Terms of Cloud Computing

Businesses Catching Up to Consumers in Terms of Cloud Computing

July 6, 2011

Much of the work of the people in your corporate IT department may be moving to the cloud soon, but is that necessarily good news? If reports end up being true,┬áthe computer that you have been working on for years in your office may be a few steps away from becoming a glorified screen. The […]

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