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By SuperUser Account on 8/20/2010 12:26 PM

Hewlett-Packard will ship a tablet-style computer based on the company's WebOS operating system in the first part of next year. The computer maker also plans to release a tablet that runs Microsoft's Windows 7 operating system, according to a company executive.

By SuperUser Account on 8/19/2010 10:05 AM

Months ago, Google promised a mini-computer running the Chrome operating system would hit the market by the 2010 holiday season, and the Download Squad may have uncovered new details about the device. It will supposedly be a tablet with 2 GB of RAM and 3G abilities. However, Google's other OS, Android, is the one with the app momentum, and both are under the cloud of Oracle's litigation.

By SuperUser Account on 8/16/2010 9:09 AM

Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer said tablet computers are high on his priority list as Apple Inc. takes the lead in a market his company has tried to foster for more than a decade.

By SuperUser Account on 8/2/2010 10:28 AM

Many pixels have been spilled over Steve Ballmer’s admission that “[Apple has] sold certainly more [iPads] than I’d like them to have sold.” As Ars points out, Ballmer just doesn’t get why a dumbed down machine running a poky processor is so popular. However, any media lover can tell you it’s not about running Excel and Powerpoint on a tablet – it’s about doing a few simple things without much fuss. Here’s what Microsoft can do to build a great tablet platform that people will actually buy.

By SuperUser Account on 7/14/2010 9:57 AM

Microsoft 's current version of Windows, Windows 7, has been a critical and commercial success. But you always have to be working on the next version, and some leaked documents show what Windows 8 might look like.

Featured Microsoft Partners

 

Rose Business Solutions 
Office Location:  San Diego, California, United States
Type:  Reseller,Training Firm,VAR
Industry Focus:  ERP, CRM, Manufacturing, Professional Services, Not For Profit, Distribution, Hosting, Retail


Rose Business Solutions is the leading business solutions provider for emerging middle market companies with $1 million to $500 million in annual revenues. Our solutions extend from the back to the front office and include the leading Microsoft-based Enterprise Resource Planning/Accounting (ERP), Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Professional Services Automation (PSA) applications. During the last 20 years, the company has assisted over 400 companies with over 4000 end users in multiple industries and multiple countries and has grown to be one of the nations largest Microsoft value added reseller for business solutions.

 

 

EthoTech, Inc. 
Office Location:  Woodstock, Georgia, United States
Type:  ISV
Industry Focus:  Cross-industry


EthoTech has been recognized by the Microsoft Dynamics GP Community as THE Commission Experts and is the leader in automated commission management systems.

 

 

NexTec Group - Headquarters 
Office Location:  Seattle, Washington, United States
Type:  Reseller,VAR
Industry Focus:  Food and Beverage, Wholesale Distribution, Manufacturing, Process Manufacturing, Professional Services, Financial Services, Oil and Gas, Energy, Not-For-Profit, Health Care, Entertainment, Government.


NexTec Group specializes in providing small, mid-market and mid-enterprise companies with financial, ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) and CRM (Customer Relationship Management) solutions suited to their specific industries and requirements. Our suite of award winning systems include Sage MAS 500 ERP, Sage ERP X3, Microsoft Dynamics GP and Microsoft Dynamics SL. Our set of solutions also includes integrated CRM with Sage SalesLogix CRM and Microsoft Dynamics CRM, robust payroll and HRMS with Sage Abra and development and deployment of robust analytical and reporting tools, including Microsoft SQL Reporting Services, Microsoft FRx, Microsoft Forecaster, Crystal Reports and OLAP for Microsoft Office Excel and Proclarity Analytics Server to deliver a comprehensive solution for your business needs. National and International Presence As a growth-oriented authorized reseller for two of the nations leading mid-market ERP vendors, we continuously evaluate opportunities for expansion. We provide professional sales, technical consulting, implementation services, customized solutions and technical support from offices serving Southern California, the Pacific Northwest, Houston, Cleveland, New Jersey and New York City. We also work with and support clients throughout Central America, South America and APAC (Asia Pacific).

 

 

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.

 

 

 
Office Location:  London, , United Kingdom
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