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Computer Training | Brendan Moran - Part 4

Category Archive: Computer Training

Finally Some Action Against Rate-Your-Solicitor.com

The Irish Times report­ed on Sat­ur­day that final­ly some action is to be tak­en against obnox­ious web­site Rate-Your-Solicitor.com. A lot of solic­i­tors in Wick­low have suf­fered unfair­ly at the hands of Rate-Your-Solicitor.com.

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Apple’s iPhone v Google’s Android

Cia­ra O’Brien has a good arti­cle in today’s Irish Times (16th July 2010) high­light­ing the bat­tle between Apple’s iPhone and Google’s Android sys­tem which oper­ates across a range of hand­sets. Both sys­tems have had recent upgrades. Apple’s iOS4 boasts over 100 new fea­tures or tweaks includ­ing mul­ti­task­ing (lim­it­ed), abil­i­ty to cre­ate fold­ers easy shut­ting down of appli­ca­tions …

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Database Development

I design and devel­op a wide range of data­base sys­tems. These range from desk­top Access sys­tems to enterprise/internet wide SQL and MySql. These data­bas­es are cus­tomised 100% for my clients. They are nev­er sta­t­ic and can be devel­oped to grow with your busi­ness / organ­i­sa­tion­al needs. Data­bas­es are far supe­ri­or to spread­sheets — with data­bas­es …

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Preventing Enterprise Data Loss — 6 Best Practices

There is an excel­lent Arti­cle on ZD Net 15th June 2010 about the 6 Best Prac­tices for Pre­vent­ing Enter­prise Data Loss. These include: #1: Under­stand what data is most sen­si­tive to your busi­ness. #2: Know where your most sen­si­tive data resides. #3: Under­stand the ori­gin and nature of your risks. #4: Select the appro­pri­ate con­trols …

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Apple and Adobe clash over Flash

In this months Web Design­er (issue 171) there is good cov­er­age  of the bat­tle between Apple and Adobe. Basi­cal­ly Apple will not allow Flash to work on either its iPhone or iPad. “Old rival­ries con­tin­ue to colour the bat­tle between Adobe and Apple when it comes to get­ting Flash onto iPhone. Back in Octo­ber last …

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