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Hardware failure doesn't necessarily mean the irrevocable loss of current applications, settings and data for the typical portable PC.
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The economic stimulus money that the US Congress passed and the president signed in 2009 continues to bear fruit for health IT professionals.
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Spreadsheets were an early driver for PC use because they were easy to use and fit a wide range of problems. Those same characteristics make them a good option for working with big data as well.
A big block of upcoming exam retirements in the Microsoft program speaks loudly about the company’s desire to move its installed base forward, onward and upward.
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