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You can combine good editing practices with Word features to become a more efficient and thorough editor.
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...
There are many dos and don'ts when it comes to promoting meaningful interactions with your company's help desk. Here are ten which will yield the best results on all sides.
Dominic Vogel talks to the CEO of ExploitShield to find out more about what is meant by "application shielding" technology and how it fits in with other security mechanisms.
Outlook is complex enough to confuse your users and create support headaches. These basic concepts will give them a better grasp of how things work.
Email-based cybercrime continues to thrive, but even the savviest users might fall for a clever scheme. Deb Shinder offers tips to help you and your users remain vigilant.
The building blocks to anchor your social enterprise strategy...
During 2010, Susan Harkins wrote more than 200 tips to help Office users and the techs who support them. To wrap up the year, she's selected 10 of the ones she (and TR members) lik...
In the final installment of this OutSystems Agile Platform series, Justin James describes the look and feel of the completed application. He also confesses to making a major rookie...
The Failover Cluster Management tool included with Windows Server 2008 allows you to create and manage server clusters. Scott Lowe provides an overview.