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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.
Are you shopping around for cloud infrastructure? Nick Hardiman takes you through the basic Rackspace sign-up and virtual machine creation process.
FocusWriter by Graeme Grott is a word processor application that gives you tools to help you focus on the task at hand.
Marco Fioretti found an easy way to automate to automate complex, portable slideshows by creating them only once and then running them any time you want.
Deb Shinder wants Microsoft to pick a name and stick with it and to stop confusing their customers.
Microsoft's Bing has an opportunity to pick up dissatisfied Google search users, but only if the company takes action now.
An office without practical jokes would be a mighty dull place to work. Luckily, legions of IT pranksters have kept things lively over the years.
For the majority of the services it provides, Google's support is entirely digital, containing an array of links and input boxes for searching and heading straight to their help ce...
Can passwords be both secure and easy to use? Some think "no", but if you stop there, you simply aren't thinking enough.
Public key authentication with SSH is possible with WinSCP, but it requires some work to set up. Chad Perrin details the steps.