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GM, Honda team up to develop advanced hydrogen fuel cells

General Motors Co. and Honda Motor Co. took a big step toward putting out vehicles powered by hydrogen fuel cells by forming a joint venture to produce the systems for both companies’ vehicles. The automakers expect to begin production in 2020 at a GM battery-pack facility south of Detroit, creating about 100 new jobs. They’ll […]

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Lessons in management

General O.P. Smith, United States Marine Corps.

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All About Cloud Computing

Businesses rely on solid computer technologies and networking capabilities. The way the world does business is being dictated by changes in technology and communications. One of the most talked about technologies on the horizon is that of Cloud Computing. This is an exciting breakthrough that consists of a pool of shared technological resources. It allows an on-demand […]

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The World’s Coming Broadband Divide

Several events last week pointed out how much business success, economic development and even international competition is starting to depend on once unimaginably fast Internet speeds. On Tuesday, Charter Communications announced that it would spend, in two separate deals, a combined $67.1 billion to buy Bright House Networks and Time Warner Cable. A big reason […]

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Pioneers Festival 2015, Plan A2Z Software is in the final selection process

Plan A2Z Software is honored to be in consideration by the Pioneers Festival; This is Europe’s major conference for tomorrow’s ideas, bringing together the smartest startups with corporates, media and investors eager to support the next big thing. Hofburg Imperial Palace Heldenplatz 1, 1010 Vienna, Austria “Electric atmosphere.” “… the focus is very much on the future.” […]

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Local Broadcasters Could Reap Billions in Airwaves Auction

LAS VEGAS — The pitch to television broadcasters this week was not easy for them to swallow. It is a good time, they were told, to sell their most precious resource. With Americans increasingly turning less to over-the-air television broadcasts and more to their mobile devices, the federal government wants to devote a bigger portion […]

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Vodafone To Focus on Broadband

As consumers change the way they use their smartphones, surf the web and watch television, Vodafone is finding itself in need of a face-lift. After years of focusing heavily on its cellphone business, Vodafone, based in Britain and the world’s second-largest mobile operator behind China Mobile based on subscribers, is concentrating on high-speed broadband. Once, Europeans […]

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A move to Plan A2Z Software is the logical CPT conclusion

  “CPT  (Cross Platform Tools) vendors put increasingly more emphasis on targeting enterprises.” The sceptical side to me wonders if this is because enterprises are more forgiving of the poorer app UIs and poorer app performance of many of these tools.  Nevertheless… “30% report they have realized 50%+ time savings thanks to their Cross-Platform Tools.” […]

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Another Big Way Your Mobile Phone or Cloud Computing Solution Could Be Open To Hackers

There is a hole in mobile security that could makes tens of millions of Americans vulnerable. Despite the fact that every major Internet provider has added some kind encryption to its services over the past year, tracking your online traffic is easier than you think. And you don’t have to be the target of the […]

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Plan A2Z Software™ with Citrix Mobile Workspaces Architecture

      Plan A2Z Software™ is partnered with Citrix and combined with a Citrix Mobile Workspace Architecture you have a perfect match You’ve heard talk about Mobile Workspaces and if you’re a techie you’re probably wondering if Plan A2Z Software combined with Citrix really does have the architectural components (a complete, comprehensive and fully integrated […]

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