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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.
Monday, July 6, 2009
[TechRepublic] Storage in the cloud: Availability and SLAs
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
A couple of weeks ago, I asked a series of poll questions about Microsoft Windows XP. To put it politely and succinctly -- most IT professionals are not looking forward to switching away from their current operating system. Read more
As of this writing it is Independence Day here in the USA. On this day Jack Wallen ruminates on the freedoms that Linux has brought to him and the millions of other users. Do you share in his sentiment? Or are you one of those that espouses "It's just an operating system!"? Read more
Whether you're editing the Windows Registry (ugh!), trying to recover data, or looking for a file-synching service, open source tools come to the rescue. Here are some of the most popular tools we've featured at TechRepublic recently. Read more
VMWare Server is for any IT department needing to cut cost on server hardware and/or create a reliable sandbox testing environment that can mimic a live environment. VMWare Server also enables you to speed up deploy time by building a virtual machine once and deploying it many times. Read more
The Internet is a global community with over one billion residents. If it were a formal nation, who would its citizens elect as their fearless leader? Jason Hiner proposes four candidates for a mock election. Make your vote count. Read more
The TechRepublic Community Event in Louisville, KY, on June 26, 2009, was captured on video. Check out the download, and view the short compilation video of "shout outs" or greetings that were sent in by TR members who weren't able to attend the event.
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