Archive: July 2010

Internet Explorer 9 is coming

As most of you are aware Internet Explorer 9 is on its way, with a release date not yet confirmed but expected in early 2011. …

2020 a look into the future

In 2020, most of us will have a 4-D TV as thin as a sheet of paper.  5-D TVs will have just come out …….but …

Camwood do Sharepoint!

As a Microsoft Gold Partner, we get excited by the benefits of a full set of the latest and greatest licences.  Did you know… and …

Windows Media Center & Freeview HD

Tinkering with my Windows Media Center (complete with dual Freeview TV tuners and connected to my HD plasma television) is usually a job I leave …

English is a crazy language

Following on from my statement “… Use less jargon and more basic English …” in my previous blog, it transpires that the English Language itself …

Upgrade sooner rather than later

So, you’re migrating to Windows 7.  You’ve categorised and rationalised your applications and you’ve assessed them for compatibility with Windows 7 and Internet Explorer 8 …

Cloud, Cloud, Cloud is the message at WPC

WPC has attracted 14000 participants this year and the big news is Cloud, Cloud, Cloud, BPOS and Windows 7!  A great key-note today from Kevin …

Does a Picture Paint a Thousand Words?

START Does a picture really paint a thousand words? This might seem like a study in absurdity but I assure you there is a point …

Microsoft WPC highlights

We are at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner conference this week and have heard some interesting facts around Windows 7 we wanted to share. These are …

Should you stream your App-V apps?

Recently I was asked by one of my clients two things: a) should I stream my App-V apps?  b) how many servers will I need? …

Data security in the beer garden

The increasing size, quicker speed and low prices of removable storage these days bring many advantages. I can now provide clients with presentation data and …