Kentucky Clarifies Definition of Prewritten Computer Software

first_imgEnacted Kentucky legislation amends the sales and use tax definition of “prewritten computer software”. The amendments address the combination of software programs and custom changes.Combination of Prewritten ProgramsThe amendment clarifies the combining of two or more prewritten software programs (or portions thereof) does not cause the combination to be other than prewritten computer software.Custom Changes to Prewritten SoftwareChanges for custom modifications or enhancements of prewritten software are not “prewritten computer software” when there are reasonable, separately stated charges for the changes.H.B. 487, Laws 2018, effective April 26, 2018Login to read more tax news on CCH® AnswerConnect or CCH® Intelliconnect®.Not a subscriber? Sign up for a free trial or contact us for a representative.last_img read more

Enabling KVM Redirection for Embedded Applications

first_imgIf you are an Operating System Vendor and planning to support 2010 Intel vPro Technology enabled platform and  ensure comptability with Intel AMT KVM feature, this is a MUST read white paper! Even if you are not an Operating System Vendor, this white paper gives a good background about Intel AMT KVM feature.Please blog with your comments and questions.Thank you,Naren Kumarlast_img

Intel Identity Protection Technology improves Enterprise VPN security

first_imgI recently blogged about using . In the demonstration video I used a Cisco SA540 Small business appliance. But what about Enterprise VPNs? Well, since then one of my colleagues has configured a Citrix Access Gateway to use IPT as well. Here it is in action. Be on the lookout for more information on this and other VPNs that can be used with IPT. Do you have a favorite VPN you’d like to try? Oh, and if you need a system that supports IPT, check out .last_img

Redmi Note coming to India soon enough, confirms Hugo Barra

first_imgThe Xiaomi Redmi Note phablet was first unveiled back in July in consonance with the launch of the much-acclaimed Mi3 smartphone. However, fans and enthusiasts looking to grab a piece of the device have no clue when D-day shall arrive, only until now, that is. Xiaomi’s vice president of international operations, Hugo Barra recently took to his Facebook page to reveal that the Redmi Note could launch soon enough in India. An ecstatic Barra wrote that it just took 40 seconds for 10,000 Xiaomi Redmi Note units to go out of stock in Indonesia, and that the device was coming to India next.Initially marked to be launched in late August, the device is yet to see the light of day in India. Barra had then in October revealed that the Redmi Note can be expected to launch in India within the next two months. The Facebook post now adds some weight to what Barra had said and therefore an imminent release in late November-early December could be a possibility. Barra however did not reveal an exact date for the launch, therefore chances are the company might not launch the device in the said period as well. So, we are keeping our fingers crossed.The Xiaomi Redmi Note features a 5.5-inch IPS-LCD display with a 720×1280 pixels resolution. It is powered by a 1.7GHz octa-core MediaTek MTK6592 SoC, coupled with 2GB of RAM. It comes with 8GB of internal storage along expandable up to 32GB via micro-SD card. The dual-SIM device runs Android 4.3 Jelly Bean with the company’s MIUI v5 skin on top. It sports a 13MP rear autofocus camera with LED flash and a 5MP front-facing snapper. It decks in a 3100mAh battery.advertisementlast_img read more