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Why Switch To Virtual Desktops?

Virtual desktop infrastructure has been adopted by enterprise organizations at an amazing rate in the last few years. The move toward a virtual desktop configuration has some serious advantages. Companies save time and money with virtual desktop solutions.

How it Works

Traditionally, every employee had a fully-functional PC or laptop at his desk although many never utilized even half of the processing power or storage space supplied. Many users simply used word processing, email and one or two productivity programs. Basically, a lot of hardware was being underutilized.

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Seniors Using Computers May be Less Depressed

The new technology that we have in our lives has helped to add convenience as well as comfort to our world. With social networks, e-mails and other instant forms of communication it has made it even easier to connect with our family and loved ones. Entertainment is a huge part of our lives and computers have offered it to us in many forms, games, information, television online, movies, music and much more. With all of the conveniences and comforts given to us by computers, why would it not be a logical solution to depression to get seniors involved with them?

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Posted in Computer Era Evolution

How Has Technology Changed Your Life

Technology has been sneaking up on us for decades and with each year we find that we have something new that we will soon learn we cannot live without. While many of use grew up without the technology we have today and seemed to manage just fine, we would not want to go back to that lifestyle. We have grown accustomed to convenience and computers, handhelds, cell phones and the internet has certainly delivered.

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Posted in Computer Era Evolution

Computers in the classroom

Computers in the class room have opened up a whole new world to students. They can view the entire world without ever leaving their desks. Students are able to visit any library in the world and have access to information on any topic they choose at their fingertips. The interaction of the computers keeps students interested and makes them want to learn. By starting out children early with computers in the class room they are more likely to stay focused and to want to learn more about any given topic.

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Posted in Computer Era Evolution

Could You Live Without Your Computer or Smartphone?

It is hard to imagine but not so long ago, we did not have computers in our daily lives. When we needed to look up information we had to turn to the old encyclopedias. We were not able to just log on and type our subject into the search bar of a search engine and be handed thousands of options to obtain the information we needed, we had to look it up the old fashioned way, what if you had to do that now?

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Posted in Computer Era Evolution

How Technology Has Changed the Manufacturing Process.

Over the years technological advances have shaped not only our cultural landscape but the way in which we do business. As a result of technology, businesses can run more efficiently, lower their production costs and as a result give us more affordable products in the long run.

Manufacturing is derived from the word “Manu” which literally means using your hands but today the manufacturing process is largely as a result of industrial robots which automate work. Although robots are unable to make decisions and deal with creative tasks, when the job is right for a robot, productivity dramatically increases.

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Posted in Computer Era Evolution

The Evolution of The Computer Era

Hi everybody. Remember ten years ago when technology was pretty much moving along at a slower pace then it is now? Remember when having a cell phone was deemed a luxury and not a necessity? I remember those days quite well and in many ways the lower levels of technology actually were better for us. Ten years ago, computers were not as critical to our everyday existence and this allowed for families to spend more time together. Today, almost everything you do requires a computer. At present, you can do almost anything you want from the comfort of your easy chair. In this day and age, even your social life revolves around your PC via Facebook and Google Plus. If I had a choice, I would turn the clocks back to the days of phone booths and good old-fashioned hand written letters. As a whole, we have lost some of our individuality with the computer age even tough it does make everyday chores easier.

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