IT Trends :: Thursday, January 4, 2007

Opinion

Happy Google Year!

By Terry Calhoun

Welcome to the Year of the Google. In 2007, Google will become the most frequently visited Web site on the Internet. In November of 2006, it passed Yahoo, briefly. Microsoft, of course, with required downloads of software upgrades, is the other major player. But Google, with the help of its new purchase, YouTube, will end Yahoo’s 10-year ride on the top of the worldwide visits charts sometime in 2007.

What else will excite us in 2007, or was exciting about 2006? I’ve been reading a wide range of retrospectives and prospectives and will share a little bit about each here, with linkage so that you can go through and read more of what you find most interesting...

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IT News

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Deals, Contracts, Awards

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Schwarzenegger Proposes Additional $95M for University of California Computing

Several UC campuses are in the running for a number of large grants…

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New Technology

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Quiet Start, Quick Work for Advanced Computing Center at University of Vermont

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Rapid Changes Ahead In Next Five Years for Campus Card Systems

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Podcasting Expands at Mississippi State

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