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Written by:SuperUser Account
8/25/2010 8:24 AM RssIcon

By Kevin C. Tofel 

With more than 500 million registered users, Facebook is already a force to be reckoned with in the world of social networks. When a service becomes that large, its growth rate often slows, but Facebook’s audience is poised to keep growing at a healthy clip, and not just because of new software features like the recently announced Places. Instead, the trend is for Facebook to find hooks into hardware devices of every type, even those that aren’t always connected or can’t directly connect to the Internet.

Just today, Kodak announced a new digital camera, the EasyShare M590. When I looked at the specifications list, I expected to see how many megapixels the camera sensor can capture, what kind of zoom magnification the lens offers and the size of the LCD display. All of that information is found in the press release, but it’s secondary to the dedicated share button on the camera. The very first specification listed is for this button, which tags photos or videos for YouTube, Flickr, Orkut, email — and Facebook. Kodak also introduced a new picture frame with connectivity today, and it too has hooks into Facebook, so you can easily show pictures from your Facebook albums.

The new Kodak camera and picture frame join a growing army of Facebook-enabled hardware: We can view or update our Facebook status today on gaming consoles. Bedside displays such as the Sony Dash or cute little Chumby device are tied into the Facebook collective, as well. And while the hottest, new television feature might be 3-D technology, more sets are coming with integrated web connections that will inevitably point back to Facebook and other social sites. Once consumers have a device to get their Facebook fix, research shows they use the site even more : A recent Nielsen survey reveals that nearly a quarter of the average American’s online time each day is used for Facebook.

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Featured Microsoft Partners

 

Altico Advisors! 
Office Location:  Marlborough, Massachusetts, United States
Type:  Reseller
Industry Focus:  Manufacturing, Distribution, Software Development, Professional Services, Medical Device


Altico Advisors implements & supports business & financial management solutions for mid-market firms throughout New England, New York & New Jersey. Altico is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner specializing in Dynamics GP systems for manufacturers, distributors, software development companies, professional services organizations, and the medical device sector.

 

 

Syvantis Technologies, Inc. 
Office Location:  Baxter, Minnesota, United States
Type:  Reseller,VAR
Industry Focus:  Financial Services, Nonprofits, Government, Medical (as a back-end to medical billing), retail (as a back-end to POS system), Distributors, Wholesalers, E-Commerce, Retail, Light Assembly, Professional Services, Consulting, Custom Job Manufacturers, etc.


Syvantis Technologies. is a Microsoft Certified Silver Partner specializing in Microsoft Dynamics GP. GP (formerly Great Plains) helps your organization to increase its financial transparency with integrated systems, shared data, and drill-down capabilities so that transactions and audit trails are easily managed.

 

 

Collins Computing 
Office Location:  Mission Viejo, California, United States
Type:  VAR
Industry Focus:  Food & beverage distributors, congregations, consumer packaged goods distribution, manufacturing, YMCAs, non-profits that need donor management and fundraising solutions, professional services, financial services, and construction.


Founded in 1986 and located in Orange County, California, Collins Computing is the largest Southern California Gold Certified Microsoft Dynamics partner. Collins Computing is the only Microsoft Dynamics partner to be named to the prestigious Microsoft Inner Circle for 14 years. Exclusively delivering Microsoft Dynamics GP (Great Plains), Microsoft Dynamics AX, and Microsoft Dynamics CRM applications, we've implemented solutions for some of the largest and fastest-growing businesses.IN THE CLOUD OR ON-PREMISE: Whether your business needs the advantages of a cloud-based solution or the security of an on-premise deployment, we can help you make the wisest decision for your company. CONTACT US: Collins Computing is an integrator of Microsoft Dynamics GP, Microsoft Dynamics AX and Microsoft Dynamics CRM for over 400 companies worldwide with a focus in Orange County, San Diego, Los Angeles, Ventura, Riverside and Phoenix, AZ. Collins Computing is here for you.Contact us at info@collinscomputing.com, call 800-943-9211 or visit the website at www.CollinsComputing.com. CUSTOMER SUPPORT: We also work closely with existing Microsoft Dynamics customers to assist you with upgrades, training, or Microsoft Dynamics software support,

 

 

Turnkey Technologies, Inc. 
Office Location:  Chesterfield, Missouri, United States
Type:  Systems Integrator,Reseller,VAR
Industry Focus:  Manufacturing, Distribution, Financial Services, Professional Services, Transportation, Healthcare and Non-Profit


Turnkey Technologies, Inc. is a Gold Microsoft Dynamics ERP, Gold Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Lync, Microsoft Exchange, Silver Microsoft Platform Hosting and Cloud Accelerate partner servicing local, regional, national and international customer since being founded by Chris Gherardini in 1994. Turnkey has established itself as a client focused information technology solutions provider.Our team has been built with top-notch professionals that provide our clients with high value end-to-end analysis, implementation, deployment, customization, integration, training and support services. Our clients span multiple industries; as such we take pride in our ability to understand and speak our clients’ business language, creating an efficient line of communication.Today, Turnkey provides off-the-shelf business application software along with consulting and software development services to a wide range of satisfied clients. Our clients represent various industries such as financial services, healthcare, distribution, manufacturing, service, construction, oil & gas, aviation, government and others.If you are considering new accounting software, upgrading your existing system, or if you currently use Microsoft Dynamics GP (Great Plains), Microsoft Dynamics AX or Microsoft Dynamics CRM and want the best local support and training, contact sales@turnkeytec.com or go to www.turnkeytec.com today!

 

 

Celestix 
Office Location:  Fremont, , United States
Type:  System Builder
Industry Focus:  MSP, Mid Market Commercial, SLED, Enterprise


Celestix is a leading provider of strong authentication, secure remote access and perimeter security - enabling organizations to enforce strong security controls for both user and data centric security.

 

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