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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.
Wednesday, July 1, 2009
[TechRepublic] Leaked SDK for Palm Pre should speed development
In traditional computing infrastructures – brick and mortar IT if you will – storage is fairly simple to understand. There are two main areas of management – data and disks. In regards to cloud computing, the data management doesn't go away. Read more
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
Not everyone is going to jump on the Windows 7 bandwagon when it first arrives and many of you who made the move to Vista will stick with it for a while. Greg Shultz shares a handful of useful Windows Vista configuration tips and tricks you should know. Read more
Richard Stallman warned the Linux community that it should remove any free implementation of the C# language for fear of patent backlash from Microsoft. Is he getting soft in his later years or does he have a point? Jack Wallen tackles this issue with some possible solutions and some questions for the open source community. Read more
iGoogle is an incredibly customizable Web home page or personalized portal. Properly leveraged, iGoogle provides busy professionals with a single Web page for viewing and sending email, tracking tasks, checking flights, finding directions and performing other critical daily business tasks. Read more
We've published hundreds of galleries so far this year -- images of the products, people and events that matter most to business. The most viewed images include first peeks at Microsoft's Windows 7, the Palm Pre running Palm Web OS, and Installing Mac OS X on a Dell Mini 9 netbook. Here are images from the 10 most popular galleries. View on site
Live Webinar: Speed ROI with Intel vPro Technology and Symantec Altiris
Whether you want to speed access to the Web sites you regularly visit, keep better tabs on your tabs, or protect your system from potentially dangerous active content, there's a Firefox extension ready to help you out. Jack Wallen shares his list of favorite time-saving, browser-enhancing add-ons. Read more
Jason Hiner has been hearing from several IT leaders recently that their companies are blocking social networking sites. So we're taking a poll of the TechRepublic audience to gauge how widespread this practice really is.
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