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I work with a company that rolls out Google Apps for Business as a product for VSME’s. We consult with business decision makers and their IT teams and then we help them migrate their email and documents onto the Google platform, and once the data is uploaded we send our team in to migrate the users over to the new way of working.

This is often where the problems begin.
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I have previously posted about the Google Global Science Fair, and to recap for those who have not read that article – the Google Global Science Fair is an opportunity for young scientists to showcase their skills and projects to a global audience. This project is an initiative by some of the folks at Google who are eager for youngsters to get their Science on.

How long will submissions still be open for?

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Google Global Science Fair 2011

What does Google, CERN, Scientific American, Lego and National Geographic have in common?

Science, apparently.

This year marks the first year that Google will be holding it’s annual Google Global Science Fair.

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I am writing this blog directly from my browser. Not strange, is it? Well, let me make clear what is happening at this moment. I am blogging, not from the web interface on the page where my blog is hosted. Nay good sir, I am blogging from an interface integrated within my browser. continue reading…

I see that a lot of people are Googling the term “who is googling me”

To clarify how I found out that I was being googled, I will do a short explanation of how to do it. continue reading…

So Who is Googling Me?

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I checked, and someone is Googling “Quintin van Rooyen” “security” from a Mac with Firefox. In Gauteng…

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