Written by Kristi Essick Friday, 10 February 2012 02:13
Your days at the office may be numbered. Ever since the 1990s, when a handful of intrepid employees with a landline, modem and desktop began "telecommuting," the number of employees working from home has been on the rise. Now, with the ubiquity of high-speed Internet access, secure cloud-based applications and near-constant connectivity via smartphones, a new trend in remote work has emerged: Co-working.
Co-working spaces are flexible offices that allow people to rent a desk on a monthly, weekly or daily basis, offering access to a range of office equipment and services. About 48 percent of the regular users of co-working spaces -- which run the gamut from a bare bones center with Wi-Fi, printers and a coffee machine, to full-fledged offices offering meeting rooms, career development seminars and networking events – are independent contractors. The figure comes from the Second Annual Global Co-Working Survey co-written by German media company Deskmag and Lafayette, Calif.-based Emergent Research, a research and consulting firm focused on the "future of work."
CA Technologies Positioned in the Leaders Quadrant of Two Magic Quadrants: User Administration/Provisioning and Identity and Access Governance
Written by Deja-Vu Times Network Friday, 03 February 2012 19:05
CA Technologies (CA: NASDAQ) announced that it has been positioned by Gartner, Inc. in the Leaders quadrant of two Gartner reports: Magic Quadrant for Identity and Access Governance (IAG)*, and Magic Quadrant for User Administration and Provisioning.**
"As data moves to the cloud, identity and access management grows in importance within organizations. Our team is working to ensure we deliver the functionality, ease of use, and multiple choices of delivery - on premise or cloud - that simplify IAM adoption for our customers," said Vic Mankotia, VP, Security, Asia Pacific at CA Technologies. "We consider our positioning in two IAM-related Leaders quadrants confirmation that we are delivering on our mission to take our rich and broad portfolio of security technologies and deliver unique and transformative IAM capabilities for our customers."
Written by Deja-Vu Times Network Sunday, 22 January 2012 15:18
Google reported a 27% increase in revenues for the last three months of 2011, but even that was not good enough to meet Wall Street estimates, sending the shares tumbling.
Google shares fell 10% in after-hours trading to $575.
It reported 3-month revenues of $10.6bn (£6.8bn). Its net profit rose 6.4% to $2.7bn.
"Google had a really strong quarter ending a great year," said chief executive Larry Page.
Written by Preston Gralla, ComputerWorld Sunday, 22 January 2012 15:15
ComputerWorld - Microsoft's earnings report yesterday shows that although Windows is the product most associated with the company, its best days are well behind it. Windows-related revenue dropped six percent, while other parts of the company had solid growth. Expect more quarters like this in the future.
The company's earnings for the quarter overall was $20.89 billion, up 5 percent compared with the same quarter last year. Divisions other than Windows did quite well. Here's the rundown on them, including Windows:
Written by Deja-Vu Times Network Saturday, 14 January 2012 11:38
Mashable - For the past several years, almost every smartphone, tablet or other mobile device has used a microprocessor based on the computer chip technology of U.K.’s ARM Holdings.
That has finally changed with the unveiling at CES of the first mass-market smartphone that packs Intel technology, and it definitely won’t be the last.
So how does ARM feel about the new competitor encroaching on its effective monopoly? Pretty nonchalant, actually.
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