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For years, the IT experts at Thrive Networks have been building a unique library of highly professional whitepapers and technical bulletins. This invaluable resource is devoted to the latest thinking on improved IT protection, IT outsourcing advances, technical trouble-shooting and breakthroughs, IT insight, IT overviews, critical observations on the state-on-the-art – and more. Clear. Current. And always on target.


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Qualities to Look for in Your Managed Service Provider

February 2010


Usually we speak about various technologies or new trends in the IT industry in this monthly column. We have shied away from speaking too much about our core business operation in the interest of not being shameless self promoters. However, throughout the years we have developed a lot of great service offerings, and we feel that we have identified many best practices in the Managed Service Provider (MSP) space. So, we decided to use this month's Tech Brief to present what we believe are the m


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The Evolving Face of Mobile Computing

January 2010


On Wednesday Apple gave a press conference in San Francisco where they announced the newest piece of technology to sprout from the mind of Steve Jobs - the iPad, a tablet computer. While tablet computers aren’t a new concept, they’ve flown under the radar of many users and haven’t taken off as other mobile technology, such as netbooks, has. However, with Apple and a host of other major manufacturers getting ready to introduce tablets to a wider market we may be on the verge


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