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JPR sets Virtualize conference speaker line-up

October 16th 2014

We have announced the line-up of speakers for Virtualize, the one-day conference on virtualization and remote graphics technology. The conference will be October 30, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel SFO at San Francisco airport. The Virtualize Conference will provide real world guidance to industry professionals looking for ways to achieve more efficiency in their organizations through remote graphics and virtualization technologies. The conference will feature talks and panel discussions from people who are making virtualization work, and demos from companies who can make it happen. Read more on our speaker line up, Agenda and Register on our Event Page

It’s time to get excited about 4K

Techwatch October 22nd 2014

The days of being a denier are over There are three things needed to get a market going: demand, supply, and affordability. When a new market segment is opened, the world pretty much splits into two main camps: naysayers and enthusiasts. Within each camp are the curious and the fearful. When 4K was introduced, the naysayers were quick to announce it was too expensive, there was no content, and there was no content delivery system. They also might have said there was limited supply, and a lot of them said you can’t see the difference, or why do we …

Oh god, please don’t let us screw it up

That's the prayer of the Internet dependent as we all enjoy another growth period. And then comes the news that Microsoft has outbid all comers for the "privilege" of investing $240 million bucks in Facebook, the latest thing in social networking ... probably. Microsoft's investment legitimizes a valuation of …Click here to read this blog entry

Web 2.0 or deja vu all over again?

I was at dinner with some very interesting and urbane executive types in Boston recently. The subject of what's next/what's the latest trend/where's the money came up as it inevitably does. We were talking about Web 2.0 and how interesting it all was that MySpace had become so last …Click here to read this blog entry

The future of CAD

The computer industry may seem to change at the speed of light but that's not true of the CAD industry. After back to back meetings with Autodesk and Dassault I am struck once again by the slow pace of change. I've decided to see this in a positive light. …Click here to read this blog entry

China’s engineers are more likely to join a start-up than Americans

Chinese engineers are younger, less-educated, unhappier in their current jobs and more likely to join a startup than their American counterparts according to survey released today comparing the hopes and dreams of engineers on either side of the Pacific. Chinese engineers also reported lower levels of education. A bachelor’s …Read the complete article

HP’s Image is Changing

Being cool and hip in the computer industry is tough. Each company has their own following who, in turn consider their own brand to have these qualities. However, appealing to the high margin “influencers” is a different story.Despite their best efforts, Hewlett-Packard has not really been hip and cool …Click here to read this news article