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Miracle cure (temporary)

Today’s guest picture sent to me from Edinburgh shows the world’s greatest baby wearing what must be the world’s greatest baby bonnet since it was knitted by the the world’s greatest baby’s grandma. 695 more words


OpenStack Swift - Should Enterprise Customers DIY or use SwiftStack?

The amount of storage being generated everyday by enterprises is growing rapidly, with no sign of slowing down. Enterprise IT is now faced with the challenge of storing and managing this data in a world where IT budgets are stagnant or even in decline. 1,163 more words


Do You Want Your Data To Live Happily Ever After?

Are failing restores, missed backup windows and disparate copies of data keeping you from a sound night’s sleep?

One of your organisation’s most important assets is undoubtedly its data and yet this remains a problem area for many organisations. 292 more words

Back again

Today’s guest picture is another from my brother’s recent misty visit to Haarlem.

We didn’t go as far as any mist but we had another near freezing and grey day today.  611 more words


Is DM Coming More Into Focus For Medium To Large Enterprises?

By Andrew Watson, Technical Director, FIS Information Systems UK

In this blog, EASY Software UK partner, Andrew Watson tells us about FIS Information Systems UK, how they work with EASY Software UK and the DM market. 327 more words


A big lunch

Today’s guest pictures comes from my brother’s trip to New Zealand last autumn and shows a Himalayan Thar or Tahr.  You don’t see many of them about here but they have been introduced to NZ.  533 more words