Friday, October 30, 2009

IT leaders trust Microsoft than Google

In the fast growing software market Google is becoming the major threat for Microsoft as it’s expands its boundaries beyond search engine now it’s also stepping into business application which is the strong hold of Microsoft till now. But when it comes to trust most of the Chief Information Officers are with Microsoft. In a recent survey conducted by a leading organization polled a 90-member panel of U.S. IT executives and asked "Who do they trust more as a technology partner, Microsoft or Google?" in the first 12 respondents 8:4 votes for Microsoft. Even though Google provides its service with less expense, speed up deployments, and provide users with a simpler experience. But apart from all these things Google has to convince the IT leaders to transfer their company datas from the internal servers to Google’s data centre with all the privacy, security, and compliance risks that such a move entails, reports TechRepublic.

Mr. Donna Trivison, Director of IT for Ursuline College, commented on this trend that, "There seems to be some conventional wisdom that Google is the answer to what's been wrong over the years in the Microsoft universe. That kind of thinking may be dangerous. As consumers of technology, we need to keep each and every business partner honest and working for us. Handing trust carte blanche over to Google because, as the wisdom goes, they are good citizens seems misguided to me. If I had to pick one, it would probably be Microsoft because they have withstood the scrutiny their misdeeds have landed them. Google remains, for the most part, untested."

Lance Taylor Warren, CIO of H.A.W.C. Community Health Centers, also added that, "Neither. While some of the technology that Google has been releasing is intriguing, their track record of leaving things in 'beta' for years does not lead to a high level of confidence. Microsoft is Microsoft. If I had to pay full price for their products, I would have to give serious consideration to other solutions." So this confrontation will come to an end soon but who is going to win the trust of IT people. Let’s wait & watch.

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Brain-Computer Interfacing

You can communicate your thoughts to the other person without speaking a word? Its not a fairy tale but it is going to happen in few years. Yes you can able to share your thoughts and even images to another person without keyboards or telephones but through your brain. Mr.Christopher James a leading scientist and a researchers of the British University of Southampton has revealed this information. He also adds that this technology will be a boon for disables he states that the technology allows people to send thoughts, words, images directly to the minds of others. He also reveals that “This would be useful for those people who are locked into their bodies, who cant speak, cant even blink”.

This experiment were baby steps towards the advancement in the technology. The scientist names this technology as “Brain- computer Interfacing” he briefs about this is this technique which allows computers to analyse brain signals, that enables them to send messages formed by a persons brain signals through an internet connection to another person’s brain miles away. James also say that during the transmission two people were connected to electrodes that measure activity in specific parts of brain. The first person generated a series of zeros and ones, where they imagined moving their left arm for zero and right arm for one. After the first persons computer recognizes the binary thoughts, it sends them to the internet and then to the other persons computer. Then a lamp is then flashed at two frequencies for one and zero. He also clearly adds that “this is not telepathy”. James told that “the next experiments are to get that second person to be aware of the information that is being sent to them.

Friday, October 16, 2009

Hi Friends!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hi Friends!!!!!
Wish You a Happy Diwali.
Let this diwali enlight ur dreams.

Friday, October 2, 2009

Dear Co-Bloggers

hello friends wanna share some thing with you people. Instead of posting our own things in our blog why cant we take up an global issue in our hand and why cant we create an awareness among the people with the help of our blogs. For instance if we take "Global Warming" we don't wanna concentrate fully on that but it can be a part of our post say 3 post's per week. Like this we can take up any issues and can do something. our post may change anyone or can help anyone in any corner of the world. So you people decide on it. This is my view also share your opinions.

Rare Photos of Mahatma

Gandhiji with Indira Gandhi(Former Prime minister of india)

photo before Nathuram Godse shot Gandhiji
Mahatma with charlie Chaplin
Britain Stamp on Gandhiji

Gandhiji The sign of Purity

Today is the 140th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhiji. It’s our duty to know about him and his principle. Most of our youngster’s only know October 2nd is a national Holiday. This post is to reveal some little known facts about the man who is behind it.

Mahatma Gandhi was nominated for the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1937, 1938, 1939, 1947. But he was assassinated before he received it so in order to honor him Noble Prize was not awarded to anyone.

Mahatma Gandhi will speak English with Irish accent because one of his teachers is an Irishmen.

We all know Gandhiji with loin cloth but he used to wear silk hat and spat when he was in London during his college days he used to carry a cane with him.

Gandhiji earned $15000 in a year when he was in South Africa. This is still a dream for many.

He also experimented with diets to see how cheaply he can live and also can remain healthy. His principle food stuffs are fruits, goat oil and olive oil.

Gandhiji has huge admirers in America one of them to be mentioned is Henry Ford. He sent him an autographed charkha (spinning wheel) through a journalist.

80 countries issued 250 stamps on our Mahatma.

Gandhiji was the big inspiration for 5 people who got noble prize for peace they were. Martin Luther King Jr. (USA), Dalai Lama (Tibet), Aung San Suu Kyi (Myanmar), Nelson Mandela (S. Africa) and Adolfo Perez Esquivel (Argentina) have acknowledged the fact that they were influenced by the philosophy of Gandhi. Yet, Mahatma Gandhi; the man who inspired these Nobel Peace Prize winners, never got a Noble Prize!

The great Scientist Albert Einstein once said about Gandhi :

“Generations to come will scarcely believe that such a one as this (Gandhi) walked the earth in flesh and blood.”

He also once said,

” I believe that Gandhi’s views were the most enlightened of all the political men in our time. We should strive to do things in his spirit: not to use violence in fighting for our cause, but by non-participation in anything you believe is evil.”

The more I read about Gandhi, the more I become humble to the greatness of this man who was seeking nothing for himself but was willing to die in order that others may live.

Also leaders of the civil rights movement in the United States, Martin Luther King and James Lawson, drew from the writings of Gandhi in the development of their own theories about non-violence. Anti-apartheid activist and former President of South Africa, Nelson Mandela, was inspired by Gandhi. Albert Einstein once called Gandhi "a role model for the generations to come" in a letter writing about him. British musician John Lennon referred to Gandhi as an influence on his music. Former US Vice-President and environmentalist Al Gore also acknowledges Gandhi's influence on him.