Thursday, May 7, 2009

[TechRepublic] Remote desktop revisited in light of Swine Flu

May 07, 2009
How do I use remote desktop?
With the recent outbreak of a new variant of the N1H1 virus (Swine Flu), companies have been forced to consider their emergency response to a pandemic. Telecommuting via remote access and VPN should play an integral part in those plans.

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Get ready for Windows 7 RC with this FAQ
The release candidate version of Windows 7 has been released by Microsoft indicating that the full retail release is imminent. Greg Shultz presents a brief Windows 7 RC FAQ combined with some of his initial experiences.

Backup e-mail clients and Web browsers with new tool
MailBrowserBackup is an elegant, simple, and reliable open source application designed specifically to meet your mail client and Web browser back up needs.

Live Webcast: Migrating to Microsoft Exchange 2007 in 2009

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