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APPLICATIONS POSING A PROBLEM TO SOFTWARE INVENTORY TOOLS: Virtual Applications

Virtual applications have existed for around 15 years but are not really understood or supported by many software inventory tools. There exists only one leading solution in this category; Microsoft’s App-V, however this solution focuses more on software deployment than inventory. Virtual applications will not necessarily show up in Windows’ traditional list of installed programs. … Continue reading APPLICATIONS POSING A PROBLEM TO SOFTWARE INVENTORY TOOLS: Virtual Applications

APPLICATIONS POSING A PROBLEM TO SOFTWARE INVENTORY TOOLS: User Installed Applications

Most software inventory systems install an agent or client on the machine, which communicates with a backend system, running from a datacenter or cloud based service. Another method is an agent-less method, which accesses all the machines through the local network. These methods, however, will usually miss applications that the user has installed themselves, usually … Continue reading APPLICATIONS POSING A PROBLEM TO SOFTWARE INVENTORY TOOLS: User Installed Applications

APPLICATIONS POSING A PROBLEM TO SOFTWARE INVENTORY TOOLS: Web Applications

Store-based, universal applications rival web applications; they are beneficial for their good responsiveness as well as the offline experience they can offer, however web applications are gaining more and more traction. System management tools can encounter problems, however, because web applications are run within browsers and therefore not recognized by software inventory tools, as their … Continue reading APPLICATIONS POSING A PROBLEM TO SOFTWARE INVENTORY TOOLS: Web Applications

ART AND TECHNOLOGY: Does the combination bring the audience closer?

Some say that technological innovations, especially after the appearance of computers and the Internet, have left the public more distant from art. However, recent research proves otherwise. After a cultural hiatus, Brazilians are attending more and more art exhibitions, dance performances and plays. From the earliest times, art is intimately linked to technology, engaging in … Continue reading ART AND TECHNOLOGY: Does the combination bring the audience closer?

The one that fixes computers

It doesn’t matters the area of Information Technology, for anyone who belongs to another area this will always be “the one that fixes computers” and will always follow that phrase: “Ah, you work with computers, can you look at my tablet that is not turning on? “. We know that the Information Technology (IT) area … Continue reading The one that fixes computers

The technical child

Being a child has never been easy. In addition to reconciling activities such as studying, eating, sleeping and, above all, playing, the little ones have always been a thermometer for testing some technological innovations. Whether the mind is free of prejudice – or with less prejudice than that of adults – is the easy capacity … Continue reading The technical child

Grupo Cimcorp welcomes new employees assigned to the customer TRF 1 in Brasilia

Grupo Cimcorp starts working with TRF 1, in Brasília (DF), for a Service Desk and On site Support contract, which will last in the next 30 months. In all, 13 employees were hired to work allocated to the customer and, for the welcome, all were received with an explanatory breakfast, with the presentation of the Group’s … Continue reading Grupo Cimcorp welcomes new employees assigned to the customer TRF 1 in Brasilia