Category Archives: Green IT and Charity

Hosted Desktop

Reduce your IT costs by half with our Hosted Desktop solution. Hosting your Microsoft desktop applications such as Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint as well as creating a secure and resilient file system should not be the only reason you … Continue reading

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A firm case for cloud computing

The Desktop Computing era has brought computing power into the hands of the users, but left them still reliant upon IT to provision the back-end infrastructure such as networks, servers and firewalls. Upkeep on in-house infrastructure tends to be daunting … Continue reading

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Computer Aid International

About Computer Aid: Computer Aid International exists to tackle the causes and effects of poverty through practical ICT solutions. We work with not-for-profit organisations in developing countries to provide equipment and support where it is most needed by poor communities … Continue reading

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Vendors and Cloud Computing

Traditional software companies are finding that their VAR’s and channel partners influence the majority of their business growth. The need to accelerate this growth strategy is becoming increasingly critical with the uptick in switching to the SaaS and cloud models enabling software … Continue reading

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