The Launch Pad CEO Ilene Rosoff has been named in the 250 most influential people in the managed services industry by MSPmentor. The MSPmentor 250 is an annual executive report produced by MSPmentor and Nine Lives Media Inc., a parent company of MSPmentor. The annual list showcases the people who are the influencing and shaping
The Launch Pad CEO, Ilene Rosoff attended Inc. Magazine’s gala awards ceremony celebrating the Inc. 500/5000, America’s fastest-growing privately held companies. In an effort to highlight the extraordinary people and organizations on the list, Inc. throws an extravaganza in Washington, D.C. to acknowledge their amazing achievements. It was a beautiful event with many inspiring speakers.
Windows 7 represents the first update to the PC OS that does not require more advanced machines to run than prior versions. Windows 7 represents a kind of “user-driven upgrade that breaks the link between PC OS and PC Hardware upgrade cycles for the first time in the history of the PC. The hardware requirements
Microsoft has learned some hard lessons from Vista and promises that Windows 7 will address the myriad of reasons users have given for lingering with Windows XP. Knowing that some may still be reluctant to make the move from XP, here is a list of ten of the top reasons to move to Windows 7. 1. Virtual XP Mode:
In IT the term “legacy” crops up every once in a while. Once used to loosely define applications that ran on mainframes, as/400’s, etc; legacy applications now have a new definition. Legacy applications, in terms of Windows programs, are any application that will not run in Windows 7 native. Windows 7 now includes a novel workaround