Archive of October 2006

Ready for Vista? Dreading File and Program Transfers

Laplink (the company that’s been transferring computer files before there was computers) is getting ready to help users upgrade their computers to Vista. It’s relatively easy to transfer files, but transferring programs is a bit harder as often the programs associate themselves with the operating system. According to Laplink – With PCmover, users can transfer […]

“Web 2.0” Tools to make you more productive

In the old days we’d simply call them hosted applications but I guess now people are getting fancy and starting to call many hosted applications 2.0 tools. In any case, there’s a ton of smaller companies that are providing free and/or low cost online tools to enhance business and personal collaboration. I have not even […]

New York XPO – 29 November

On November 29, 2006 (New York City), come to the Jacob Javits center and attend the New York XPO. 350 exhibits cover business to business solutions in extensive categories. The largest business to business networking party in New York state history will close the show and keep traffic on our show floor all day. Kick […]

Online “Operating Systems” from NetSuite and others

NetSuite has launched SuiteFlex, a new application development platform that allows programmers to write applications that connect to NetSuite’s flagship products, a move that should ultimately mean more and varied options for small businesses that use the product. reports Small Business Computing. What you are going to see happening more and more are hosted application […]