Quo Vadis Structural Biology Symposium -- LAST CHANCE

This is the last opportunity to register for the Computing Workshops to be held at the Quo Vadis Structural Biology Symposium at Harvard Medical School on May 5-6, 2008. Many sessions are already sold out, but we have added additional workshops on Tuesday morning.


Endnote 10.X and Word 2008/Mac - NO!

According to documents on the endnote.com web site, all versions of Endnote are incompatible with Office 2008 for Macintosh.


A New Mac -- Why I Love it

OK, we've seen this before. We get a new computer and then start to face the arduous task of moving everything from old to new. Painful, isn't it? I reacquainted myself with how easy it can be. To begin, it was finally time to replace my wife's eMac with something a little more ... shall we say ... modern.


Computers by the Numbers

Clinicians, Docs, Nurses ... all use Partners workstations to conduct their daily business. But in the research labs, in the graphics rooms, connected to instruments, in places where are is produced ... in all of these places, heterogeneity rules. And there we see macs, Linux workstations, pumped-up PCs. And Bruce ""Chik" Tsiknas has just compiled, with the help of many, a count of just what's out there and just how many. Here's what he found.


Full Backups in Progress

Legato Networker full backups are finished.


Partners Exchange Server Problems... FIXED

From the Outlook Postmaster...

All Exchange Servers are again accessibly to all Outlook email users. Any email sent to users on affected servers is in queue for delivery to them.


Lots of Electronic Data

Here's an interesting fact that was published in Computerworld/Storage:

"March 11, 2008 (Computerworld) A white
paper released today from IDC revised the research firm's earlier
estimates to show that by 2011, the amount of electronic data created
and stored will grow to 10 times the 180 exabytes that existed in 2006,
reflecting a compound annual growth rate of almost 60%."


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