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TIA analyzes the 2014 elections to give you a heads up on how they may affect technology issues.
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The possibility of a shift in Senate control to Republicans, while maintaining a Republican House could lead to movement on several pieces of legislation, with questionable chances of final passage, and further threat of a veto by the U.S. President. Therefore, regardless of a change in control over the Senate, the most promising legislative initiatives will be those that receive bi-partisan support – most controversial bills will have difficulty getting past the Senate floor since they require 60+ votes/cloture, with the exception of bills such as Appropriations that only require a 50+ vote, but then risk veto. Before the new Congress comes...
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Ghosts and ghouls roamed the offices of comms specialist Nimans, resembling a scene from a horror movie as a Halloween inspired fun day proved a ‘spooktacular’ success. Ghoulish games, themed cakes and a ‘trick or treat’ pass the parcel proved popular as staff from across the business entered into the ‘spirit’ of the day, arriving for work as witches, monsters, scary film characters, zombies and skeletons – with Chairman Julian Niman also joining in the fun. “We have many great characters, although they don’t normally look this scary,” joked PR Manager, Chris Widocks.
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Dell Software has announced that Coca-Cola Bottling Company United selected Dell’s Notes migration solutions to migrate 1,100 user mailboxes and 2 terabytes of data from IBM Notes to Microsoft Office 365. This migration was completed over a single weekend with no apparent disruption to end user productivity. Founded in 1902, CCBCU is one of 200 Coca-Cola bottlers around the world, including 70 bottlers in North America. The company was running IBM Notes and Domino, along with Notes applications, but needed to move to a common platform to better align and collaborate with the more than 250,000 contacts in the Coca-Cola family...
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