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Cloud computing has become more popular in recent months among business owners, IT professionals and regular users alike. A growing part of cloud computing is cloud software and the services available to both individuals and corporations. However, before diving into cloud software, one must first understand the whole concept of cloud computing.
This Microsoft Office Buying Guide shows a comparison between the different versions of Office 2007. This tutorial also explains which applications are included in each suite and gives a brief summary of each application.
Are you looking to create basic home videos and movies? These video editing software programs are great for beginners. Most basic video editing software is very beginner friendly and includes 3D titles, basic special effects, along with transitions for basic …
In the most general sense, VMware is a computer and server operating system that allows you to host other operating systems simultaneously. VMware allows these secondary operating systems to behave as if they were installed on their own computer with their own set of programs and hardware.
This Adobe Creative Suite buying guide helps you compare the CS5 software suites, without the headaches. Adobe has narrowed its CS5 collections to five this time around (no more Web Standard) and each is bundled to suit the needs of the creative artist in any field. With this CS5 buying guide you can learn about the new CS5 features, see the differences between Adobe CS5 vs CS4, compare the CS5 price with its various editions, and more.
Software licensing can get confusing, which is why we compiled these Microsoft licensing guides to help you better understand the different programs and terms. SoftwareMedia offers Microsoft licenses through any of the following programs.
With all the choices out there, you may be a bit confused which accounting software is the best for your small business. Should you do it yourself with one of the new accounting programs out there, hire an accountant specifically for your business, or hire an outside company to take care of it for you?