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Don’t overlook your monitor

For some, the term “tech innovation” brings to mind new PC form factors and unique printing methods. But high-tech innovation doesn’t stop at hardware—it also includes displays. In recent years, display innovation has produced heightened resolution, connectivity, functionality, and ROI. Displays are sleek, stylish, more robust, and thoughtfully aligned with today’s dynamic, agile, and collaborative work spaces. Designed to drive work teams, the latest iterations of this oft-overlooked, but critical technology can boost your performance, productivity, and efficiency. Source : https://h41369.www4.hp.com/taw/article/ID/GB/TAW_001219?hprpt_id=TAW_001219

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Free speed boost your PC

Why does a window slow down with age? There are many reasons, not least of which is that over time it has to cope with the demands of more and more installed programs, each new program you install take up space on the hard disk, user memory and may use space to create files and documents. Some programs such as antivirus tools start when windows lads and each of these uses a share of the PC’s available memory, hard disk space and processor resources. They can also make windows take forever to start by jostling for position and trying to load while windows itself is trying to get its house in order. If there are lots of programs running, eventually there comes a time when memory runs low and windows has resort to using free hard disk space as extra virtual memory, this is much slower than real memory and …

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5 I.T To-Dos to Kick the Year Off Right

Kicking off the year right is essential, so decided pick the brain of our very own I.T Reconcile Your Inventory: Verify the devices in your installed base and decommission anything that’s no longer in use – then remove them from your inventory. Check Your Active Directory Structure: Ask yourself if your organizational structure makes sense. Should it still be ‘Marketing’, ‘Sales’ and ‘Development’? Renew Your Anti-Virus Solution: Check your solution’s status and verify that it’s running on all of your devices that it should be. Look at Server Capacity: See if there are trends in server disk capacity to determine if you need to upgrade your devices. Review & Renew Warranties: Check warranty status for your Dell, Lenovo or HP devices and other devices.

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Cloud Computing with Windows

By Roger Jennings Wiley Publishing, Inc.| English | 363 pages | PDF | 7.420 KB | Download | Password: cloud Cloud computing became a hot topic in mid-2008 and, by mid-2009, had achieved top buzzword status. As proof of its popularity, a mid-August 2009 search on Bing.com for ‘‘cloud computing’’ returned 92 million hits. Hardly a week goes by that doesn’t include at least one cloud computing conference somewhere around the globe. The term cloud computing implies access to remote computing services offered by third parties via a TCP/IP connection to the public Internet. The cloud symbol in a network diagram, which initially represented any type of multiuser network, came to be associated specifically with the public Internet in the mid-1990s. The preceding definitions encompass almost all common Internet-based activities, ranging from individuals sending e-mail messages and viewing Web pages to retailers processing credit and debit card charges for online …

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The IT Service Management Processes and Activities, Roles and Responsibilities Job Description

By Gerard Blokdijk 167 pages | PDF | 2.060 KB | Download | Password: it Many organizations are looking to implement the ITIL processes as a way to improve the structure and quality of the business. This document describes the contents of the Roles & Responsibilities Workbook. The information found within the Workbook is based on the ITIL Version 3 framework, focusing on five phases of the ITIL Lifecycle. The Workbook is designed to answer a lot of the questions about the roles and responsibilities of various process owners, as well as other parties involved in the Service Lifecycle, and provide you with useful guides and user-friendly templates. The Workbook serves to act as a starting point. It will give you a clear path to travel. It is designed to be a valuable source of information and activity. Within each Lifecycle phase, there are a number of documents that outline …

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MANAGING PROJECTS WELL

By Stephen A. Bender Elsevier Ltd.| English | 233 pages | PDF | 9.561 KB | Download | Password: project A project is an organised effort to a specific, typically one-time, goal. We will be looking at projects not only in business but also personally, including home life, raising a family-even self-improvement. It is important to understand what a project is and what it is not. There are many things that go on in a company, or even in a household, that one does not consider to be projects, for example: On-going operational work or day-today repetitive actions, the structure of the work is known, typically via a series of procedures. While the content may differ, the actions to carry out the content are the same, such as running routine errands, making a meal, or seeking family entertainment; Customer service actions, once designed, are not projects so long as the work …

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Android for Work

By Marziah Karch Après| English | 309 pages | PDF | 10.841 KB | Download | Password: android Android is still innovating very rapidly, both from operating system (OS) upgrades and phone vendor modifications, and new Android-based phones are being released all the time. This book was written mainly using a Google Nexus One running Android 2.1 and 2.2. The Nexus One model was both powerful and carrier neutral, so it seemed an ideal choice. ChangeWave is a research network that examines technological trends for investors through surveys and focus groups. According to a ChangeWave survey, 6 percent of those surveyed wanted their next phone to run Android in September of 2009. Three months later, 21 percent of users wanted one. Only 4 percent of those surveyed actually had an Android phone. That’s quite a leap for an operating system (OS) that was only available on one phone the year …

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Small business survival tips

You’re probably tired of hearing right now about how tough times are for small businesses. After all, you’re living with that reality every day. What you need is some concrete advice for how to save money, reduce costs and improve your efficiency while still delivering the excellent customer service that’s the backbone of your business. No doubt you’ve been trimming costs wherever you can find them (a great practice for both businesses and families!), but there may be a whole landscape you haven’t explored for savings yet. We’ve compiled nine tips designed to help you mine your business for opportunities to save money while building a strong foundation for future growth. Let’s get started! Find out in this two-part series: “Small business survival tips.” Tip 1: Print your marketing materials in-house You may think that there’s no way you have the time, expertise or equipment to produce professional-quality materials in-house. …

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