1) Support for Tablets and Desktops Windows 8 has 2 different interfaces that users can switch between. There’s the Metro style interface that’s optimized for touch screen devices (but is very functional with traditional mouse/keyboard setups as well), and there is the classic desktop interface. Being able to use one operating system on desktops as… continue reading »
Month: February 2013
A recent report from the Information Services Group conducted from more than 24,000 contract records, shows that Cloud Services being featured in the deals has tripled from 9% in 2010 to 27% in 2012. Cloud computing is currently one of the only areas in IT that is growing rapidly, and it’s easy to see why. Cloud computing allows businesses to focus on their core business activities, rather than worrying about future proofing their IT solutions and paying for expensive equipment they may never fully utilise. Cloud computing allows you to increase or decrease your capacity as you require, and you only pay for what you’re using.