Six benefits of Microsoft Windows Azure

July 14, 2010
Acer rolls out compact Aspire X3, M3 desktops in Canada
ZD Net
Rachel King writes about some new Aspire computers from Acer.

“It’s Canada’s lucky day as Acer has just announced the debut of the budget-friendly Aspire X3 and Aspire M3 desktop computers. Each of the latest Acer Aspire computers mentioned here are compact and packed within a ‘space-saving chassis.’ Both the Aspire X3 and Aspire M3 series are available to our neighbors up north immediately, for $449.99 CAD ($436 USD) and $569.99 CAD ($552 USD) respectively. The Acer Aspire desktops were made available in the United States last month.”

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For Partners: The 12 Benefits and Risks of Windows Azure
Read Write Web
Alex Williams shares Ray Wang, an industry analyst’s thoughts on why Windows Azure is helpful .

“Faster deployment times and client adoption, greater pool of development resources, recurring revenue streams, improved TCO and margin for differenitiated IP, opportunity to break out of the Microsoft client base (and) lower application lifecycle costs.”

Netgear Answers Call for Simple Switches
The VAR Guy
Charlene OHanlon writes about new switches from Netgear.

“Networking switch vendor Netgear claims it has bridged the gap between the robustness of an enterprise-grade switch and the simplicity and low-cost of SMB IP solutions with a new switch designed to offer the best of both worlds. Here are details. The company’s ProSafe 8-port Gigabit PoE Smart Switch (GS110TP) handles all matter of IP traffic – be it VoIP, IP surveillance, or video conferencing, and can manage IP devices such as wireless access points, IP phones and IP cameras. It offers the Gigabit speeds and Power over Ethernet capability of its enterprise counterparts, but with a lower port density and a price point of $390.”

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