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OP-ED — Emmerich: Google is full of bovine manure

Google has started a big “Go Paperless in 2013” campaign. Paper, they say, is bad for the environment. It’s high time someone called bovine manure on this. Trees are organic. Trees are renewable. Tree farms reduce CO2. There are more forests in Mississippi than there were at the turn of the century. Sixty-five percent of our state is forested. According ...

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Q&A: Jim Raines, president and CTO, Synergetics DCS Inc.

Jim Raines is founder, president and chief technical officer of Synergetics DCS, Inc., which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. Raines is a Starkville native who earned a degree in management information systems from Mississippi State University. Synergetics which was named one of America’s 5000 Fastest Growing Companies in 2011 and 2009 by Inc. Magazine. The company has offices ...

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Bomgar promotes Summerlin

Kevin Summerlin has been promoted to product support engineer at Bomgar Corporation. Summerlin has had the opportunity to work in many different environments throughout his career. He began working for a computer consulting firm located in downtown Jackson. However, his job did not keep him in the Jackson metro area exclusively; Summerlin traveled throughout the state extensively and achieved the ...

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Microsoft system won't work on some phones

NEW YORK — Microsoft says its next operating system for smart phones, Windows 7 Phone Series, won’t run applications written for phones that use its current operating system. A Microsoft Corp. executive said in a blog post March 4 that the new software is a “clean break” with the past, and that making it as user-friendly as possible means jettisoning ...

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