includes installing, rebuilding and upgrading Windows servers. Other projects may include migrating to … 5+ years supporting end users on Windows operating systems 3-5 years installing and troubleshooting Windows servers (200…
Our growing Roswell, GA client is seeking a Sr. System Administrator who will be instrumental in supporting and … mailtochristine.wayleskellyservices.com for consideration! Windows 2008, 2012, IIS, Linux, Apatche, Scripting, VMWare…
I am looking to build a Plex Server to store all my media and am looking for a Lenovo TS140 or similar. There is a good deal on Ebuyer at present for a xeon model which comes in at £235 after cashback from Lenovo. It’s on until the end of the month so thought I would have a try gere before going for a new one.
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Apple Macbook 12″ Retina Silver Model
Virtually brand new, hardly used. Was a work present but already have a MBP.
1.2GHz dual-core Intel Core M processor Turbo Boost up to 2.6GHz
512GB PCIe-based onboard flash storage
Intel HD Graphics 5300
Boxed with cable and power adapter.
Genuine Apple USB-C to USB adapter included, brand new
Price and currency: 1150
Delivery: Delivery cost is included
Payment method: Paypal, Bank Transfer, Cash on…
REDMOND, Wash. — July 20, 2015 — Microsoft Corp. and General Electric (NYSE: GE) have signed an agreement to deliver Microsoft’s cloud productivity suite Office 365 to GE’s more than 300,000 employees across 170 countries worldwide.
“As we deepen our investments in employee productivity, Microsoft’s innovative approach to collaboration made Office 365 our first choice for providing scalable productivity tools to our employees worldwide,” said Jamie Miller, senior vice president and CIO of GE.
GE’s IT organization, which is recognized as one of the most strategic and forward-thinking among large enterprises worldwide, selected Office 365 based on Microsoft’s ability to deliver rich productivity experiences at massive scale across devices and platforms, as well as its ability to rapidly and reliably deploy to GE’s large global employee population. Specifically, Office 365 will provide several key benefits to GE and its employees, including these:
- A comprehensive and integrated set of productivity capabilities including email, Skype for Business calling and meetings, real-time document co-authoring, and team collaboration
- Extensibility of the Office 365 platform, which will enable GE to enhance the capabilities of critical line-of-business applications by connecting to Office 365 through open APIs
- IT controls and security capabilities that enable GE to provide employees with secured access to information and full productivity capabilities on a multitude of devices, while adhering to corporate policies, industry regulations and legal requirements
“Microsoft and GE share many values in common — openness, transparency, data-driven intelligence and innovation — all of which are driving forces behind Microsoft’s own mission to help people and organizations achieve more,” said John Case, corporate vice president of Microsoft Office. “As one of the most innovative companies in the world, GE understands what it takes to unleash the potential of its employees. We’re delighted GE has selected Office 365 as the productivity and collaboration solution to empower its global workforce.”
Microsoft (Nasdaq “MSFT” @microsoft) is the leading platform and productivity company for the mobile-first, cloud-first world, and its mission is to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more.
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Hi there, moving to SLI 780’s so need to find a new PSU!
Unfortunately I’m not looking to spend loads, so preferably want it as cheap as possible! Will need to be a reputable brand of course.
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