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Considering that so many corporations are in the business of making netbooks, one may assume that netbooks may be good in the business. InfoWorld took a look at the viability of using netbooks within the traditional corporate infrastructure, and it got us to thinking about the subject. Today, few -- if any -- companies use netbooks as their standard issue machines. On the same token, few -- if any -- businesses use massive 16" or 17" notebooks as their standard issue machines. It's easy to assume that businesses simply use the "ones in the middle" because it's the easiest decision to make, but... Read more...
AMD Infuses Corporate Brand with the Power of “Fusion”Global “The Future is Fusion” Campaign Focuses on Unique AMD Ability to Ignite Next-generation Solutions through Innovation Leadership, Customer Collaboration and Industry Impact SUNNYVALE, Calif. - Sept. 18, 2008 - AMD (NYSE:AMD) today launched a new corporate brand campaign under a new tagline, “The Future is Fusion.” The campaign is intended to focus on how the unique AMD combination of technologies, coupled with close relationships with computer manufacturers and a deep understanding of customer needs, results in exciting next-generation... Read more...
The iPhone has put on a suit, as AT&T now considers it an Enterprise-class device.AT&T finally got around to rolling out business plans for the iPhone, but what's odd is that the data plans are significantly more money than the same exact service that residential customers get - $25 a month more to be exact. But then when you read the fine print you'll see that AT&T is currently offering a $25 a month discount between now a the end of 2008 to make that difference moot.Ah yes, the difference is moot - but only until December!  Our guess is the upcoming Lotus Notes for the iPhone... Read more...
Google Inc. has installed solar panels on the roofs of two of its carports and eight of its buildings. This is only the beginning of a massive project that Google has launched, which is to build America’s largest corporate campus solar panel system. "Google has produced enough electricity from its headquarters in the last four days to watch about 251,073 hours of television on a flat screen." Google has been keeping a close eye on the system ever since it first fired up on Monday. The solar panel system has been producing an average of 10,000 KWh per day, which they say is equivalent to operating... Read more...
AMD Recognized Among Leading Corporate Citizens - AMD Included on CRO Magazine's Corporate Responsibility List and the Global 100 - SUNNYVALE, CALIF. -- February 14, 2007 --AMD (NYSE: AMD) today announced its No. 2 ranking on the "100 Best Corporate Citizens" list for 2007 by CRO magazine. The "100 Best Corporate Citizens" list identifies companies that excel at combining strong financial performance with responsible practices on environmental and social issues. This is the second consecutive year AMD has been recognized in the top five on the list for its corporate and social responsibility... Read more...
Motorola, Inc., has received the 2006 IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA) Corporate Award in recognition of its "outstanding contributions to IEEE standards, which allow people to be mobile and connected across the globe." Motorola has been a leader in the creation of many IEEE standards. Most significantly, it has contributed substantially to the broad family of IEEE 802 wireless standards by participating in over 50 IEEE 802 working groups and task groups. For instance, it has held numerous leadership positions in working groups for IEEE 802.11 (local area networks), IEEE 802.15 (personal... Read more...
Mozilla's Firefox has become known for it's feature set and lack of exploits(well, compared to IE), and it can be argued that it's the better browser to use at home. In a corporate environment however, Internet Explorer's integration with Windows and other factors can outshine the usefulness of Firefox. "Two years ago I blogged about a similar subject. I discussed the advantages of Internet Explorer (IE) over Mozilla and other web browsers in a corporate environment. I concluded that IE is by far the better choice. Recently we deployed about 250... Read more...