ILTA Webinar: Cracks in your Windows? Building Quality into your Projects.

Throughout the year International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) hosts numerous educational webinars to provide members with access to the latest information about products and services that impact the legal profession.  ILTA reached out to Olenick to present a webinar on quality assurance (QA) addressing how QA principles would come to bear on a Windows 10 project.  We presented the webinar live on November 30th to an audience of over 50 people, if you missed it, you can view it here.  Scott Christensen, Bill Mertes, and Rick Lesley walk you through the 5 W’s of QA and walk through an example of how QA would affect a Windows 10 project.  We hope you find it useful, we will be hosting another webinar in Q1 2017.

It’s a Goal – No it’s Not, Yes it is!

Poor refereeing decisions have always been a hot topic for debate and argument for soccer fans, and none more so when obvious goals have been disallowed. This has been an integral part of the Soccer World Cup – up until now that is. The 2014 World Cup Finals are the first final to feature ‘Goal-Line Technology’ supplied by a small German start-up which is being paid nearly $3.5 million to operate the technology in each of the 12 World Cup stadia.

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Microsoft APP-V Overview

Application Virtualization is a technology that appears to end users as if an application is installed onto a machine. Virtualized applications are in fact not installed and do not leave a footprint on a machine. These applications function and operate in the same fashion as an application that has been physically installed in traditional fashion.

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By 2017 Half of the World’s Data will be Stored in Hadoop

Half the world’s data, that is hard to imagine, let alone store.

By now, certainly if you are in the IT industry, you have heard all about Big Data…and maybe even know what Hadoop is and isn’t. One reason the title of this blog could turn out to be accurate, is that half the world’s data will be from Facebook, Yahoo, and Google. Let’s not forget online video providers; because of the nature of their data, Hadoop and NoSQL solutions are the only technologies (today) that can meet their business needs.

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AirDrop on iPhone FINALLY

We’ve all probably been in a situation where you captured a great picture/video with your iPhone, and someone with you asks you to send it to them. Maybe you caught the baby’s first smile or the game winning score. The fact remains that you have something to share. Up until now, you had to go about using some kind of “clunky” method. The popular ways of sharing include email, SMS text message, or a photo sharing site such as Flickr. It’s not really a big hassle to text it or email it but what happens when you don’t have the person’s email or phone number? Then you have to ask for their phone number or email (which you’ll probably mistype). You also might not want them to have your number or email. Pretty soon they’ll start sending you those emails with videos of cats playing the piano.

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A quick look at SQL-on-Hadoop

This is an introduction to SQL-on-Hadoop.  Rather than start with an overview and high-level architectural diagrams,  we’re going to get our hands dirty and start right at the Linux bash command line.

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Virtualization Study Leads to Data Center Consolidation

Virtualization Study
Olenick & Associates evaluated the cost and performance of competing virtualization technologies to help a leading electrical utility plan a data center upgrade.

 

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