After July 1, 2012 the sales tax only applies when: Computer software will be subject to sales or use tax if it meets all of the following criteria: The software is pre-packaged for repeated sale or license; The use of the software is governed by a tear-open non-negotiable license agreement; The software is delivered to [...]
NewPush obtained the Better Business Bureau Gold Star for adhering to BBB’s standards, and having no complaints in the past three years (January 1. 2009 through December 31, 2011).
The Eclipse foundation announced today the availability of Xtend, and improvement on the Java language, that remains compatible. See the video below, and check out the Xtend website to see for yourself, how Xtend embraces Java, while improving it readability and adding a number of nifty features, some of which programmers like in Smalltalk, Perl, [...]
Franz Inc., a leading supplier of Graph Database technology, with critical support from Stillwater SuperComputing Inc. and Intel, today announced it has achieved its goal of being the first to load and query a NoSQL database with a trillion RDF statements. RDF (also known as triples or quads), the cornerstone of the Semantic Web, provides [...]
Today, June 16, 2011, IBM turns 100 years old. IBM invites you to join the Twitter conversation regarding the IBM Centennial–feel free to use the #IBM100 and #progress hashtags on Twitter. The conversation around these hashtags will be featured on www.ibm100.com on June 16.
Four solutions from NewPush have been approved by IBM. The solutions are now featured on the IBM Showcase website: Hosted Lotus Connections 3 Hosted VDI – IBM Smart Business Server 2 Hosted DB2 10.5 (SaaS) Hosted Domino Mail, Collaboration, and Knowledge Management 8.5.3
If you are looking for a hosted Lotus Notes or Domino solution with flexible infrastructure at commodity cloud rates, you have found the right place. Yesterday NewPush made it to the top of the IBM list of Hosted Lotus Notes and Domino environment: http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/dominowiki.nsf/dx/Lotus_Notes_and_Domino_Hosting_Providers For more information, check out our collaboration page.
Windows 7 has an interesting feature to determine if there is a working Internet connection. By default, it sends information to Microsoft to about the connection location. The following article explains how this works, and how to reconfigure the setting to regain privacy while maintaining that useful feature: http://blog.superuser.com/2011/05/16/windows-7-network-awareness/
Today Cisco BGP memory leak (bug ID CSCsw63003) during routine BGP updates caused a 22 minute outage in our downtown Denver facility. An after action report can be found here: Cisco BGP Bug After Action Report. We extend our deepest apologies to all of our customers who were impacted by this outage. We clearly recognize [...]
By Mark Nyquist ‐ Information Systems Director, Epicor HCM In the wake of the recent security breaches (see links below), I’d like to take just a quick moment to remind everyone that extra vigilance and scrutiny are becoming vital for the security of work and home environments. I’m sure that many of you have already [...]