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In the wake of Wired reporter Mat Honan's digital disaster, you should revisit your security strategy for "living online." Here are best practices for repairing the weakest links i...
CRM systems have traditionally been associated with big organizations, but a new breed of CRMs is aimed at smaller businesses. Here's a rundown of key features to look for.
It sounds like this is a proprietary db designed by the team that wrote the application. Storing the db (as a file, so far as Linux is concerned) may work without any corruption. I...
Vincent Danen has used two SSH applications for the iPad that might come in handy if you need to remotely access a server. Here are his thoughts on iSSH and Prompt.
The LAN connection IS an IP connection. There are plenty of VoIP phone solutions that would work for your application and only allow access through the telephone line(s) as long a...
When PC performance slows to a crawl, a systematic troubleshooting plan will help you zero in on the cause. Deb Shinder runs through likely culprits and describes steps you can tak...
You can set up the ability for Macs on a LAN to send quick instant messages to one another with the Growl notification system and use of the command line. Vincent Danen shows you h...
Caucho Technology is looking at certifying the Resin 4 application server. They are hoping to do this with the newly finalized Java EE 6 Web Profile. But the first thing to underst...
Terminal Services Manager has been around for a while, but Microsoft made some changes to the utility in Windows Server 2008. Here's what you'll find.
I have been doing some research on integrating on our various network monitoring systems into one comprehensive system and originally I had been looking into using SQL Server Integ...