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After six years of working as a remote support tech for a managed service provider, Jack Wallen threw in the towel. If you've ever been tempted to quit IT, his reasons may sound fa...
You can never have too many options for taking pictures of your desktop and windows.
Vague descriptions, off-the-wall requests, and ad hoc 'quick questions' can slow help desk operations to a crawl. Try these tricks to remove obstacles and speed things up.
Erik Eckel lists the most frequently encountered applications in Mac-based businesses, based on his own consultant experience. Do you deploy different apps than these? Add your obs...
Jack Wallen walks you through the installation and use of PrinterShare Mobile Print, which is the best tool that he's found for printing on the Android platform.
With Macs continuing to flow into the enterprise, integration with Windows systems is even more important. Erik Eckel covers some of the options for Active Directory-Mac integratio...
John Joyner considers HP's recent surprising announcements about canceling the Touchpad and off-loading its PC/laptop lines. What does this step away from the client mean for the f...
TeamViewer is a versatile remote support and desktop sharing program -- and it offers some features that other tools lack. Jack Wallen looks at a few of the best ways to put Team...
Smartphones still have a way to go before the mobile devices are extremely useful business tools straight out-of-the-box. Deb Shinder identifies features, capabilities, and functio...
IT consulting is a tough, competitive field, and there are ample opportunities to mishandle the job. Erik Eckel offers some cautionary advice for IT consultants who are just starti...