It's also worth noting that Growl 2.0 doesn't in any way enhance the Notification Center functionality in OS X. If you're not happy with the way it works, or you're already happy with Growl, you'll probably want to stick with Growl. Unfortunately, there doesn't appear to be any way to have Growl intercept native OS X notifications and handle them instead. You're stuck with either juggling two different notification systems, or picking one and shutting the other off. As long as the apps you use on a regular basis all support one API or the other, though, you should be fine. … [Read more...] about Hands-on: Growl 2.0 integrates with Notification Center on OS X, iOS
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As the crisis extends, contact centers realize that their solutions for work-at-home agents, talent and performance management, and information security need revisions. They also realize that COVID-19 has made the current operational blueprints ineffective. As a result, they need to comprehensively streamline their operational thinking and solution design. … [Read more...] about Contact centers reacted to COVID-19 quite well — it’s time to institutionalize best practices
The personal big screen The Hisense H65 hits all the major points with a few caveats If you're looking for a new television, let alone one with Android TV, the options are more plentiful than you would think. Hisense comes in with its H65 series to meet in the middle between the H9G and H8G Quantum television options, but do you really need to splurge for those higher-end options? … [Read more...] about Facebook launches 2020 Voting Information Center
Fusion 7 virtual machines can still be huge but haven’t gotten any bigger, with limits still at 16 virtual CPUs, 8TB virtual disks, and 64GB of memory. But there is one new twist: “Graphics-intensive applications can be given an additional boost by allocating up to 2GB of video memory per virtual machine,” VMware said. Previously, the limit was 128MB. … [Read more...] about VMware Fusion for Mac now connects to virtual machines in data centers
Cloud computing is a bigger deal than most people realize. Its influence isn’t just felt in the business world, where it’s displaced previous on-premises servers with nimbler, off-site alternatives. Even the layperson shuffles bits to the ethereal data center in the sky, thanks to services like Google Photos and Netflix. But is another revolution afoot? … [Read more...] about What Is Edge Computing, and Why Does It Matter?