We have recently upgraded from Exchange 2003 to 2010 and we are still in the midst of the details. At first glance, it would seem that the biggest hurdle is to get a good understanding of the differences and plan your migration. However, we have found the undocumented details about how to configure a number […]
My wife has been asking for a portable laptop cart for a couple years and every one that I have looked at had something I did not like about it. Either it was too large, too flimsy or unattractive. Well, this Christmas I was looking again and stumbled across the Mayline – 950 – Eastwinds […]
I started writing this article about eight months ago in February of 2010. Back then (yeah, it seems like a very long time ago), it was almost impossible to find any distributor that had decent monitors available. Everything was backordered and taking weeks or months to arrive. Like a lot of companies, we were being pushed […]
If you are running a dial-up VPN network, you know the nightmares about security, maintenance and the inevitable end-user problems from travelers. No matter how much time and effort you put into building that part of the network, it always becomes an source of irritation and constant frustration.
Having optimized my air flow situation in the server room, the next step was to get that cold air into the servers. I have never been a fan or believer of using cabinet blanks to block off air-flow because I always thought that having air move through and around servers served a good purpose. Most […]
We have decided to look at a few netbook computers for our employees that do a lot of travelling. While everyone currently has a notebook, the frequent flying executives and some others would prefer something smaller. Knowing that most of them use Windows, but have iPhones, I thought our first test would be with a tablet […]