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Coach your team to collaborate with Google Apps using a series of six mini-lessons during meetings.
Here's an article that makes the process of securing a software development job (which for us usually lands on the .NET/C# side of things) more fun by treating it like the "cheat c...
Chris Duckett details his move from Fedora to Arch Linux and learns that testing in a virtual machine is one thing, actually committing to change is another.
William J. Francis covers Android development basics, such as the necessary tools to get started and a typical project hierarchy.
Make sure you choose the correct Microsoft Office 365 plan for your free trial. Brett Hill shows you what you need to consider for each decision.
Nick Hardiman discusses some of the options when it comes time to test your new cloud application or service.
Encryption of laptops and other mobile storage devices is no longer an option. However, there is a right way (keep job) and wrong way (dust off resume) to implement encryption. Enc...
If ever there was a black art in the world of IT, RAID certainly fits the bill. Alan Norton details some RAID performance issues and describes how to maximize Vista's performance w...
Exchange Server 2007's Unified Messaging service can be a bear to get running well. Scott Lowe spent a week helping a college through some of its final outstanding issues in gettin...
For doctors, accountants, and lawyers there are memberships in mandatory professional associations with strict rules of conduct and ethics prescribing who is and who isn't a profes...