Oracle SQL Developer en MS SQL Server (I)

Bajarse el software gratuito de Oracle y MS SQL Server 2005 Express para instalarlo desde la web de Innov@Duration : 0:0:50

Posted on February 10th, 2008 by admin

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Microsoft – Yahoo – Motorola – TiVo – Netscape – MediaBytes

MICROSOFT has made an unsolicited offer of $44.6 billion to purchase YAHOO, a 62% premium on the company’s market price at the close of business on Thursday. If successful, this would be the biggest technology takeover in history. Yahoo’s value has plummeted 18% during this year and the company has faced a losing battle against Google in the search and online advertising markets. Rumors and speculation about a possible takeover have swirled of late. As with all things Microsoft, regulators will probably look closely at the acquisition. In related news, Terry Semel will step down as Yahoo’s chairman – ending his affiliation with the company.

MOTOROLA announced that it may sell or spin-off its handset division, which accounts for half of its $36 billion in revenue. The company’s mobile market share has fallen to the lowest levels since 2001 and the company is under pressure from activist investor Carl Icahn to breakup the company. Icahn believes that the cellphone business is worth $20 billion — even though the whole company is currently valued at only $26 billion. The sale is under consideration but no official timeline has been given.

TIVO won a major patent infringement case against ECHOSTAR and was awarded $94 million in damages. An appeals court upheld an earlier ruling of infringement on TiVo software patents while overturning a ruling of hardware infringement. TiVo also announced that CBS will subscribe to its StopWatch second-by-second TV ratings. The combined news jolted TiVo stock up over 30% during the day.

GOOGLE reported 17% growth in profit and 51% growth in revenue during the fourth quarter. Those numbers represent a slight slowdown in its growth rate. The company blamed the slowdown on social networks, which are proving harder to monetize than initially expected. Sergey Brin said recent efforts to improve advertising on the networks had failed. Paid clicks increased 30%, also a slower growth rate than Google has seen in the past. Investors grew skittish on the report and drove the stock down 9%.

FACEBOOK had its finances leaked after Mark Zuckerburg hosted a company meeting with an open dial-in number. During the call Zuckerburg revealed that 2007 revenue was $150 million and is expected to grow to $300 million in 2008. The company will spend $200 million on capital expenses and anticipates 2008 EBITDA of $50 million. With the capital expenditures, Facebook will have negative cash flow during 2008. It will also double in size from its current 450 employees to almost 1000.

AMAZON has purchased AUDIBLE for around $280 million. Audible is a major player in the downloadable audiobook market and supplies audiobook content to the iTunes store. The purchase will increase content available for Amazon’s new Kindle reader.

NETSCAPE will be officially retired today by AOL. All updates and support will stop, as the once industry-leading browser is laid to rest. Farewell old friend.

Get the full story at http://www.Media30.com.Duration : 0:1:51

Posted on February 1st, 2008 by admin

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Personal Finance Software

This video shows the HaWaNeDo-concept from Figlo. Figlo.com offers a whole new range of intuitive software products for personal finance.Duration : 0:2:24

Posted on January 31st, 2008 by admin

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.NET on Gears Tutorial

This is how the end result looks like. The tutorial is here:

http://glazkov.com/blog/gears-asp-net-tutorial/Duration : 0:1:20

Posted on January 30th, 2008 by admin

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LHN-TAS-01.5 Microsoft SQL 2005 Backup and Restore VSS Snaps

LeftHand Networks Technical Application Series

TAS-01 VSS Scriptable Snapshots and the LeftHand SAN – SQL 2005 Backup and Restore
Part 5 of 6

Have you run Microsoft SQL Server 2005 in an iSCSI Storage Area Network (SAN) and wondered how to create a server-free backup policy through the use of hardware based snapshot leveraging Microsoft’s VSS in order to provide consistent point in time snapshots. Every SQL Database Administrator and Storage Administrator should know how to leverage VSS snapshots in backup and restoration. This tutorial will guide a SQL Server 2005 Administrator to locating Database and Log files on separate iSCSI Volumes. Utilize the LeftHand Networks VSS Hardware provider to perform offhost volume snapshots which are application consistent point in time copies of data. Demonstration of Microsoft Access ODBC client access to data and data restoration demonstrations.

For Additional Information, http://www.lefthandnetworks.com or 1.866.4.IPSANS (866.447.7267)Duration : 0:9:59

Posted on January 29th, 2008 by admin

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Microsoft SQL Server In the Marketplace – Part 1

Billy Bosworth – VP of the SQL Server Business Unit at Quest Software discuss SQL Server’s changing role in the database market.Duration : 0:6:3

Posted on January 24th, 2008 by admin

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Microsoft Windows Memphis Beta 1525

Microsoft Windows Memphis Beta 1525, the beta of Windows 98. When WinSetup scans the hardware, it freeze…Duration : 0:10:5

Posted on January 22nd, 2008 by admin

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37 second vista boot – From BIOS to desktop

Using a completely stock hardware Gateway GM5472 desktop. The only thing that has been tweaked is the software.Duration : 0:0:37

Posted on January 21st, 2008 by admin

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Using Microsoft Access To Organize Your Life

A short how to video explaining how to use microsoft access to organize your lifeDuration : 0:7:2

Posted on January 21st, 2008 by admin

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microsoft developing spy software.. For The Office

The controversial software could tell your boss what you’re up to and even how you feel when you’re at work.Duration : 0:0:35

Posted on January 17th, 2008 by admin

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