The BitDepth column written by Mark Lyndersay.
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As many as 36 per cent of Microsoft’s corporate users are still using Windows 7 and are bouncing between a modern browser and IE 11. Nothing less than full, flawless backward compatibility is going to get any of those customers to upgrade.
Data traffic that orginates locally remains local and is routed through TSTT’s servers. For security, all streams are protected with AES 128 bit encryption.
What follows is Taran Rampersad’s personal experience with applying the recent Windows 10 April Update which did not go well for his computer. It was originally […]
The DVD ISO is a curated collection with supporting information on a well organised website. The Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society (TTCS) offers a collection of […]
Above: Microsoft’s Ineke Geesink. Photo by Jose ISA Barahona, courtesy Microsoft. BitDepth#1093 for May 16, 2017 The two-year history of Windows 10 has been a surprisingly […]
Above: In June 1997, Wired called on Apple’s fans to pray. In 2017, the company’s professional users won’t resort to prayer, they will simply switch. BitDepth#1084 […]
Ineke Geesnik speaks at Microsoft’s 2015 M4 tech conference. Photo by Mark Lyndersay. Microsoft’s Windows 10 represents the convergence of the OS platform for the company, […]
Above: Frances Correia, Country Manager, Microsoft Trinidad & Tobago, Eastern & Southern Caribbean; Marc Reguera, Finance Director in the Enterprise Partner Group, Microsoft and Courtney Munroe, […]
Digital Business recently announced the Birds of Trinidad and Tobago eStore. Birds of Trinidad and Tobago’s online store provides prints and framed wall art taken by award […]
The Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society has released version 1.3 of its collection of free software for the Windows platform. The DVD was first released for […]
BitDepth#957 for October 07, 2014 On the very last day of September, Microsoft introduced the newest version of its flagship operating system, Windows 10. What’s that […]