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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...
Sending file attachments through email is so 1999. Make the switch to share documents using Google Drive and reap the benefits.
In order for an IT consultancy to maximize maintenance plans, consultants must first learn how to properly administer these agreements. Erik Eckel offers advice about billing from ...
It's easy to overlook something important when you're dashing off an e-mail - like an attachment, a subject line, or a coherent point. BNET's Dave Johnson shares a trick he came ac...
In honor of his 100th IT Consultant column, Chip Camden highlights 100 member comments that made him think, laugh, or both.
If you're going to successfully lead your team members through these rocky times, you need to listen to their ideas and understand what they're dealing with-- and that requires a d...
Your users don't need an encyclopedic knowledge of how their computers work or how your network is configured -- but they may need a little technical enlightenment here and there. ...
Along with the explosion of new technologies, user habits, and social practices comes the inevitable wave of new security threats. Deb Shinder examines emerging vulnerabilities, fr...
If your company (or you) invests in training aimed at helping you become more capable and well-rounded, it only makes sense to get everything you can out of the class. Calvin Sun o...
When the Sarbanes-Oxley auditors ask for the documentation you keep on the security of your production database environment, what will they find? Read how DBA Tim Chapman uses data...