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Okay calm down, we are collecting as many helpful newsletters from experienced guru authors to help you. Of course I actually may write a few myself.
I have been working at computers since the 70's and had my own business for about 17 years. Cpedley.com will give you some good tips about computers and some FREE software! See notice at bottom.
As IT professionals balance many responsibilities, we may omit certain fundamentals that are made easier in the current technology landscape through multiple layers of abstraction, virtualization, and management. IT Jedi Rick Vanover suggests that it's a good time to rethink security zones. Read more
Failing to secure your switch architecture is like sending hackers an engraved invitation to attack your network. Yet security administrators often neglect to lock down Layer 2 of their network infrastructure. This comprehensive guide explains the essential procedures that will enable you to properly configure and secure your switch infrastructure. Read more
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
With the release of Windows Internet Explorer 7, Windows Vista, and Outlook 2007, Microsoft has also included a new feature, the Windows Common Feed List (CFL), as a viable option for managing your RSS Feeds. Wally Bahny shows you how it works. Read more
Greg Shultz helps you cut through all the hype surrounding the hardware requirements for running Windows XP Mode in Windows 7 by describing the procedures he went through to determine if hardware would support Windows XP Mode. Read more
One of the challenges of working in the IT field is staying on top of emerging technologies - while letting go of those that are becoming obsolete. This Global Knowledge article lists 10 areas that are fading into obscurity. Read more
Sometimes, it’s worthwhile to get back to basics. Read about the basics of secure administrative privilege use on Unix-like systems. Some of my readers may find this a very basic article, presenting information that they already know like the backs of their hands. The frequency with which I see people — and even entire [...] Read more
Google is making a big run at new markets with business software and mobile phones. However, it will not succeed in either market unless it changes the way it builds its products. Both of these markets will reject Google's "continuous beta" philosophy. Read more
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