Wouldn't you like to be a dummy, too?
Quit singing the CRT blues.
This is an excerpt from a neighborhood home page in the Denver area. It is the launch pad for the Neighborhood Link services.
The technology is there, the market is there, but multiparty remote video hookups haven't made it into the average boardroom. Yet.
It makes your palms sweat. Your knees quake. It ruins your digestion. Now, you'll never again have to worry about your hard disk crashing.
Is there a way to balance the competing needs of access and privacy? Should the Social Security Administration try again to make some of their information available on the Web?
Here are the major players among the plethora of electronic data storage options.
Stop These Morons!
Alan Freedman takes on the Wintel world -- once again -- as he explores the underbelly of personal computing today.
Product Focus: Groupware
The good news about network computers is that they have no local storage, use Java and snub Microsoft. That's also the bad news.
A 50-state roundup of information technology news and events.
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Our growing electronic history requires greater storage capacity and faster retrieval. Here's a report
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Videoconferencing technology is evolving rapidly, providing new avenues of communication.
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