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Deb Shinder gathers the information you need to make the right deploy decision when applying Microsoft's May 2013 patches in your organization.
Some items from our original broken-tech list have been improved -- making room for a new crop of flawed and poorly implemented systems and technologies.
In the following article, I refer to the GNU/Linux OS and various Free & Open-Source Software (FOSS) projects under the catch-all name of "Linux". It scans better. != (Linux i...
Perhaps this will help you http://tinyurl.com/8b9s6 In the following article, I refer to the GNU/Linux OS and various Free & Open-Source Software (FOSS) projects under the catch-...
Windows Vista is not being deployed by enterprise IT departments, who claim that Vista offers minimal benefits for upgrading and a lot of pain. My prediction is that Microsoft will...
Most Web designers and developers are glad that the marquee tag is dead and buried. However, if you have a boss or a client that is insistent upon using the marquee tag in a Web si...
18th October 2006 James Bannan Windows PLEASE NOTE -- there is a newer version of this tutorial available. Click here to go to it . -------------------------------------------...
Deb Shinder reviews Vertical Communications' new Xcelerator IP product that might be just the ticket for small businesses interested in implementing VoIP services.
Several companies are now offering USB devices that make it more convenient to take your VoIP service with you. Deb Shinder reviews three of your options—and discusses whether it's...
Yet another way to make VoIP calls has emerged, and all you need is an Internet connection with a Web browser, a phone number, and a service called JAJAH. Deb Shinder checks out JA...