Have you ever felt like throwing that computer out the window? Or maybe throwing the Windows out the window?
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.
Storage and the associated planning process are critical for an organization to consider any cloud technology. In this TechRepublic blog post, IT Jedi Rick Vanover outlines one solution that may be attractive for availability. Read more
One of the fundamental requirements for any IT professional deciding whether to embrace or dismiss cloud computing is to first understand it. IT pro Rick Vanover highlights the big picture offerings of storage in the cloud. Read more
IT security, like any other technical field, has its own specialized language developed to make it easier for experts to discuss the subject. It pays to understand this jargon when researching security. Read more
Some security articles refer to insiders as potential risks in one paragraph, but further on classify insiders as serious threats. Michael Kassner asks, are you a risk, a threat, or both? What's the difference? Read more
Sony finally dives head-first into the netbook market with its W series netbook, a 10.1-inch system that offers a 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor, 160GB hard drive, 1GB memory and more for $499. View on site
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The new head of British foreign intelligence recently demonstrated that anyone can suffer potentially embarrassing or damaging revelations through social networking activity -- and even the most mundane and seemingly benign tweets and status updates can have far-reaching consequences. Deb Shinder explains why you should watch your step. Read more
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