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Positive thinking is a mind frame which expects happiness, joy, health and a successful outcome of every situation. When this belief is so powerful, this expectation is always reached by that individual. With positive thinking many people fear this because they don’t want to â€˜build themselves up’ for a big win, only to find that they sink to a greater low, when they lose. This attitude may be influenced by past experience, where a person may have taken many â€˜knocks’ in their lifetime i.e. lose of job, More >
In the ever-evolving world of business, companies are often faced with a number of challenges while attempting to keep up with service level agreements (SLA’s) while their budgets continue to shrink. These challenges often translate into large capital (both human and monetary) requirements to simply keep up with these trends. One piece of technology that has risen to this challenge is virtualization. VMware, a leading virtualization technology in the market, tackles these issues in a number of ways.
Efficiency, More >
Editor’s note: Here is a list of about 40 Canadian fiction publishers. This list is a pretty good place to start if you’re interested in publishing your fiction work in the Canadian market place. As I prefer to write fiction over non-fiction work, this list is geared towards fiction publishers.
If you have any personal experiences with any of the companies listed below, please share. Good luck!
Founded in Toronto in 1906, McClelland & Stewart Ltd. is the originating publisher of many distinguished fiction and non-fiction authors, including More >
JOHN: …and the thought goes out, it is ‘self’ intelligent. It looks for it’s own… it attaches itself under various conditions and to me it seems that that thought must at some point have to go back to someplace to be ‘recharged’ or ‘regenerated’ or even ‘modified’ for all I know. I couldn’t get that worked out.
IT service management (ITSM or IT services) is a discipline for managing information technology (IT) systems, philosophically centered on the customer’s perspective of IT’s contribution to the business. ITSM stands in deliberate contrast to technology-centered approaches to IT management and business interaction. The following represents a characteristic statement from the ITSM literature:
The adoption of cloud computing is happening today, or so say a wide variety of analysts, vendors, and even journalists. The surveys show greatly increased interest in cloud computing concepts, and even increased usage of both public and private cloud models by developers of new application systems.
But does your IT organization really understand its cloud journey?
Friend, colleague, and cloud blogger Chris Hoff wrote a really insightful post today that digs into the reality–worldwide–of where most companies are with cloud adoption today…at least in terms of internal “private cloud” More >