Friday, January 30, 2015
The Albuquerque Public Schools (APS) instructed its members to send printing jobs to the Lincoln Complex. This centralized printing system, according to Jon Swedien of the Albuquerque Journal, managed to keep district expenses within the $2.7 million budget. APS may have pulled off an Okanagan. This school district in Kelowna, British Columbia, like most school districts in the U.S. and Canada, have been forced to make ends meet. As soon as it implemented centralized printing, it saw printout volumes drop by 20 percent. In addition, much of its output saved on paper by printing on both sides.
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Cloud computing, in the simplest sense, is Licklider’s dream on the verge of becoming a reality. This unified storage system continues to take SMEs and companies by storm (no pun intended) by making data more accessible and reducing physical server clutter. While it may look like the Internet in a nutshell, cloud computing is closer to home because even programs can be accessed remotely. What lies in store for cloud users this year? What features and principles will benefit old proponents and entice new ones? Cloud Tech’s James Bourne sat down with several cloud experts regarding their take on the future of cloud computing and summarizes the key points as follows.