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Take part in our 2015 Virtualization Usage Survey

September 22nd 2015

JPR and Business Advantage are committed to obtaining valuable insights for you and the industry by gathering feedback on new trends. We are hoping to collect your opinions on Virtualization (virtual workstations and remote graphics) and to better understand your needs, awareness, and usage of these solutions.Simply click on the link to get started Link to the SURVEY. The survey will take about 10 minutes and must be completed by October 10th. We need your input to make this survey a success. Please be assured that all answers are completely confidential and will be used only in combination with others we receive. All participants who complete the survey will receive a summary of the results, and will be entered in a prize draw to have a $500 donation made to a charity in their name.

Summer’s over

Techwatch September 23rd 2015

Let’s start buying stuff The fed didn’t raise interest rates because the economy and inflation are flat. China’s artificially stimulated and misrepresented growth is off (even China couldn’t hide it this time). Russia is taking over everything from Ukraine to Syria, and leaving the rest to the Daesh. The polar bears are starving because of global warming, and the U.S. has had its second clown show of Republican candidates. With all that, why would we leave our homes and go shopping, especially if we might get arrested for carrying a clock,

PMA in Las Vegas: new cameras cover old ground

The groundhog poked his nose out of his house and apparently he did not like what he saw — or maybe he did. I get confused. Whatever happened with the U.S. weather rodent, whether he went back in his hole or came out and danced, his priests declared six Click here to read this blog entry

Jon Peddie now has news feeds

Jon Peddie now has news feeds Read the complete article

Ink — I love ink

Electronic ink or electronic paper (e-paper) was developed in the 1970s by Nick Sheridon at Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center and it was called Gyricon. Its technical name is electrophoretic display meaning a display that forms visible images by rearranging charged pigment particles (i.e., powder like substances) using an Click here to read this blog entry


Behold the Consumer Electronics Show, an almost legendary annual occurrence which draws well over a hundred thousand people to Las Vegas. Being a gaming analyst the acronym CES would be more aptly defined as the Computer Entertainment Show, at least that's what I was looking for. My CES experience started Click here to read this blog entry

MacWorld — love it or love it

Every danged time I got to MacWorld I kill myself trying to get to the keynote. Okay, so I maybe I don’t give myself enough time. But it seems to be that getting on the 7:50 a.m. ferry for a 9:30 keynote, should be enough time. It’s Click here to read this blog entry