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Jesus Vigo demonstrates how to query asset management reports and execute terminal commands remotely using Apple Remote Desktop (ARD).
If you're considering transitioning your CSS to Syntactically Awesome Stylesheets (Sass), this overview provides information and demos that might help you make a decision.
If you fail to document your systems or projects, you (or those who inherit your work) are likely to regret it. Luckily, plenty of apps are available to simplify the task.
Google Apps offers a cheap and effective suite of apps for businesses or schools looking to move to the cloud. Here are 10 ways to improve your Google Apps experience.
Jesus Vigo takes a look at how to setup and configure Apple hardware running a modern version of OS X and get it communicating with a Windows Active Directory environment.
Sometimes words aren't enough. Use Google Drawing to show the steps in a process.
Phatch is an easy-to-use photo processor that allows batch processing and an array of actions that can be automated. Marco Fioretti shows you how it works.
BambooInvoice is an open source, web-based solution that produces professional looking invoices and makes it easy for your small business to manage those invoices.
Searching for ways to increase your Word productivity may get in the way of your productivity. So here are a few tricks you don't need to go looking for.
Marco Fioretti goes over the uses of Firefox's Scrapbook extension and gives you some tips and tricks for how to use it.