Archive for month: November, 2010

Windows XP Mode

With the push to migrate to Windows 7, and the added urge to upgrade to 64-bit computing, a number of legacy programs are being left in the dust. Most 32-bit Windows apps will run in 64-bit Windows and on Windo...

BVA Cloud Offering – Virtual Servers – Cloud Servers

For about 2 years now BVA has developed and tested an offering that allows organization the opportunity to move their physical servers off-site into the cloud.  There are several advantages with this type of ar...

Microsoft SharePoint Online Not Ready

BVA has taken an active role in trying to take organizations in the cloud and it has been an upward battle to say the least.  BVA (technology consulting companies) has had some great success with Microsoft Exch...

HP Touchscreen Is Impressive – TouchSmart 310

I had a client here recently request a notebook that they needed to be a touchscreen for their sales people via purchase orders and presentations.  We did some research and found some cool products that could f...

Are you new to VMware?

Server virtualization has been popular for many forward thinking IT consultant companies for the past number of years. However, in recent years small to mid-size companies are now taking advantage of the benefi...

New Samsung Galaxy Tab Unit – T-Mobile

T-Mobile’s has come out with their first Android tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab.  It is a good piece of hardware, but it doesn’t have enough great apps to be compelling.  It’s hard to compete ...

Is Android Better than the iPhone!

Ever wonder why many people are adopting the Android OS and quite frankly why it’s better than the iPhone? Well that is something I’m going to be touching on here today. Being a Droid X android user, I absolute...

Expand Your Anti-Malware Toolkit

When dealing with malware and viruses on Windows systems, often one tool is not sufficient.  You may need to expand your tool set to include multiple applications in order to effectively clean off an infection ...

Windows 7 & Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack

It’s now been over a year since the release of Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, so that means it’s just about time for the first service pack.  With the core operating system being based on the...

Removable Disk Drives vs. DVDs and USB Drives as Archive and Backup Media

Removable Disk Drives vs. DVDs and USB Drives as Archive and Backup MediaThe benefits of using high-capacity removable disk cartridges are clear when compared to alternative media such as tapes, DVDs, and USB d...