Alisha Christofer's Blog – May 2015 Archive (2)

Free Lessons of Alpha-Mania to a Million Children

You may be surprised to learn that 2 out of every 5 Canadian adults cannot read well enough to do everyday things without assistance. Learning to read at an early age is vital not only for the development of language skills but also for providing a foundation for social skills. Poor literacy skills result in poor health, low employment prospects and have also been linked to crime. In an attempt to kickstart literacy, Ruth…

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Added by Alisha Christofer on May 11, 2015 at 10:19pm — No Comments

Customers have enough faith in VMS Operating System – It’s something to stay in future

The HP’s VMS operating system was created by VMS from Digital Equipment Corp and according to recent reports this has turned 30 years old but noone has hardly noticed that. This is an industry where change is the only constant thing and hence VMS has very few peers belonging to this particular age bracket. The age-old software of the IBM mainframe has also turned 30 years old but this is mainly because it has been embedded in type of castle that won’t ever fail.

VMS has never had a…

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Added by Alisha Christofer on May 6, 2015 at 2:18pm — No Comments

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