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Through Thick and Thin: The Case for Thin Client Computing

As I’m watching the 2012 Tour de France, I've started thinking about how different the race would be if participants were required to carry all of their own food, replacement and maintenance parts, tools, and any other related gear for the 3,500 km journey from Liege, Belgium to Paris, France. The riders would be burdened [...]

Web Integration Options in Microsoft NAV

You’re a developer, and you’ve been asked to make a part of MS Dynamics NAV web accessible. Great! It’s out of the box in NAV 2013. Uh oh, it’s not 2013 yet? No problem, you still have options and should probably consider licensing, architecture, and integration interfaces soon. Licensing The first step is get licensing [...]

Software Build vs. Buy: What’s Best for You?

I’m currently in the process of buying a new house. I have two options: buy an older home that has as many of the necessities I’m looking for as possible, or build a new house that is customized to my preferences. The pros and cons are obvious for both, but making a decision between them [...]

The Key to a Secure Password

Whether you’re an aspiring computer hacker or just someone who values their privacy, password security is an inherent concern of the internet era.  If you value your data then you should value a good password.  The password is one of the gateways to your information, confidential or otherwise, and therefore must be as secure as [...]

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