Monthly Archives: May 2014

Australian welfare mainframe in need of an update

The Australian government is having difficulties with an important mainframe.

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How does mainframe security stand up to the competition?

Natural mainframe security settings might be a reasonable jumping off point for future improvements.

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Android users can now access PC on mobile devices through Chrome

Google is now allowing remote access to computers through devices running its Chrome app.

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What wearables may not work?

Some wearable devices might eventually have their functions made obsolete by others, according to one source.

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Is Linux posed to make strides in accessibility?

Is Linux going to make a comeback in the wake of the great lack of support for client versions of Windows?

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Mainframe access and work from home policies

Telecommuting is a growing practice, and good web-based mainframe access and a remote mainframe might make it more feasible.

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Smaller screen-based devices could use Windows for no charge, say Microsoft

Microsoft is looking to encourage use of smaller, portable devices with complimentary Windows.

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