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Wednesday, June 24, 2009
[TechRepublic] Ease doc management tasks with FCI and SharePoint
Derek Schauland discusses the new File Classification Infrastructure feature in Windows Server 2008 R2 and how it can ease document management when used in conjunction with SharePoint document libraries. Read more
Vincent Danen shows you an easier way of managing your "dotfiles," those customized configuration files for various CLI programs that you use frequently. In order to manage them and keep them up-to-date on differing systems and computers, subversion offers a solution. Read more
Firefox has a new release candidate out, 3.5 rc2 with claims of serious speed. Jack Wallen seems to think these claims are a little over-hyped. Read on to see what Jack thinks about what Firefox has in store. And then, let us know what you think about where Firefox is heading. Read more
Everyone knows they should securely manage their user-account information, but what about administrative accounts? They're important, so why aren't they under the same microscope? Michael Kassner shares some things he learned while implementing an ID management system. Read more
SecureZip is a cut above other feature-rich compression utilities for one simple reason. PKware developers have figured out how to make digital signing and asymmetric encryption simple to use. Read more
To have a fighting chance against today's rampant security threats, end users have to be informed and proactive. Here are some practical guidelines they can follow to minimize the risk of infection and attack. Read more
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