10 Things

Get the key facts on a wide range of technologies, techniques, strategies, and skills with the help of these concise, need-to-know lists.

  • 10 things to look for in an all-in-one printer

    10 things to look for in an all-in-one printer

    A multifunction printer may offer the convenient, consolidated functionality your organization needs, but there are a lot of choices out there. Before making a selection, be sure to consider these key...

    Erik Eckel · October 16, 2008, 3:59 AM PST

  • 10 questions about the direction of CRM: An interview with Jon Cline

    10 questions about the direction of CRM: An interview with Jon Cline

    Find out where CRM expert Jon Cline thinks customer relationship management is headed, the benefits it offers, and what business leaders should expect from a CRM solution.

    Jeff Cerny · October 14, 2008, 7:11 AM PST

  • 10 mistakes to avoid when seeking a new job

    10 mistakes to avoid when seeking a new job

    Sometimes, all it takes is a small mistake or oversight to turn off a potential employer. Calvin Sun offers this list of job-search gaffes that could torpedo your chances of getting hired.

    Calvin Sun · October 14, 2008, 4:56 AM PST

  • 10 questions to ask before migrating to Linux

    10 questions to ask before migrating to Linux

    If you're thinking about making the switch to Linux, Jack Wallen is all for it -- but only if you approach the migration with your eyes open. He recommends that you evaluate a number of key issues bef...

    Jack Wallen · October 7, 2008, 5:00 PM PST

  • 10 must-have Linux office applications

    10 must-have Linux office applications

    Does Linux have what it takes to meet the needs of the corporate desktop? Jack Wallen thinks so. Here's his list of office apps that can handle everything from word processing to project management to...

    Jack Wallen · October 1, 2008, 5:42 AM PST

  • 10 things to love (and hate) about Google Chrome

    10 things to love (and hate) about Google Chrome

    With so many browsers to choose from these days, how do you decide which one is the best fit for your needs? Deb Shinder takes a look at how Chrome stacks up against its most high profile competitors.

    Deb Shinder · October 1, 2008, 2:31 AM PST

  • 10 simple things you can do to improve your writing

    10 simple things you can do to improve your writing

    If you're like much of today's workforce, you need to have halfway decent writing skills to succeed at your job. But if you don't have time to work on those skills, mastering a few basic rules can sti...

    Jody Gilbert · September 30, 2008, 4:54 AM PST

  • 10 ways to get more mileage from your Office hyperlinks

    10 ways to get more mileage from your Office hyperlinks

    Hyperlinks are now a standard fixture in Office documents, but many users don't know much beyond how to click on them. Susan Harkins has rounded up an assortment of tweaks for fine-tuning the behavior...

    Susan Harkins · September 29, 2008, 1:19 AM PST

  • 10+ tips for combating Computer Vision Syndrome

    10+ tips for combating Computer Vision Syndrome

    Recent studies indicate that those who spend even a few hours a day working on a computer could suffer significant vision problems. Susan Harkins offers an overview of symptoms and causes and then sha...

    Susan Harkins · September 18, 2008, 6:16 AM PST

  • 10 ways to learn new skills on the cheap

    10 ways to learn new skills on the cheap

    Limited time, family demands, and travel make it tough to squeeze in the training you need, but cost doesn't have to be an obstacle. In fact, some of the least expensive training alternatives can help...

    Jerry Loza · September 18, 2008, 3:19 AM PST

  • 10+ things you should know about rootkits

    10+ things you should know about rootkits

    Malware-based rootkits fuel a multibillion dollar spyware industry by stealing individual or corporate financial information. If that weren't bad enough, rootkit-based botnets generate untold amounts ...

    Michael Kassner · September 17, 2008, 5:54 AM PST

  • 10 things Linux does better than Windows

    10 things Linux does better than Windows

    If you tallied up the strengths and weaknesses of Linux and Windows, which OS would come out ahead? According to Jack Wallen, superiority in security, flexibility, interoperability, community, and com...

    Jack Wallen · September 17, 2008, 3:02 AM PST

  • 10 reasons why you should use the Opera browser

    10 reasons why you should use the Opera browser

    Despite its low profile, Opera offers a host of features that set it apart from the browser pack. According to Jack Wallen, Opera is fast and stable -- and it contains many features other browsers can...

    Jack Wallen · September 12, 2008, 5:24 AM PST

  • 10 things to love (and hate) about IE 8

    10 things to love (and hate) about IE 8

    Does IE 8 offer some legitimate enhancements -- or is it just more of the same? Deb Shinder runs through several of the new IE 8 features, many of which she says are big improvements.

    Deb Shinder · September 12, 2008, 4:38 AM PST

  • 10 ways to establish rapport with others

    10 ways to establish rapport with others

    It's not always easy to connect with other people, but it's a useful skill to master -- for your personal life as well as for your professional one. Calvin Sun offers some suggestions for getting peop...

    Calvin Sun · September 12, 2008, 1:41 AM PST