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41: How Businesses Benefit From Managed IT Services
Just about every industry these days relies on computers in their place of work. This is what makes managed IT services such an invaluable investment. From the smallest design agency to huge multi-national corporations running thousands of computers via a network, IT plays a key part in our computer-related workspace.

42: The Fundamental Concept of Virtualization
Since virtualization is at the forefront of technological advances and because every mover and shaker in the industry (IBM, Microsoft, Dell, etc. plus industry analysts) have solidly endorsed it, you should have some fundamental concept of what this is all about. It is the future of computing coming right at you.

43: Summary of the Advantages of Virtualization
In the traditional approach to IT every new software application required a new physical server (or an upgrade). This added cost to every project and deployment took days to weeks. This also drove server sprawl.

44: The Four Factors Driving Virtualization
With a management consulting background, I have seen so many fads sweep through business communities both here in the US and abroad that I can be as skeptical as the next person when it comes to the latest and greatest thing grabbing so much attention. I approached virtualization with a squinted eye, did a lot of homework, and came to the conclusion that, although virtualization is not right for everyone, it has substantial merit and is far beyond being the latest gimmick.

45: What Can I Do With My End of Life Networking Equipment?
When you have networking equipment in your business, there may come a time when you need to replace it. There are many reasons to replace your equipment, and there are many reasons for which it would be considered to be at the 'end of life'. The most obvious would probably be that it is broken, but a more common reason is that new or improved software or hardware has been released.

46: Finding Useful Usenet Tutorials
There are plenty of Usenet tutorials out there. Some of them are enormously useful and others are simple sales pitches.

47: How to Properly Care For Your Soldering Iron Tip
Your soldering iron can be an indispensable tool for a number of different projects, ranging from home improvement and electronics repair to metalwork and even arts and crafts! But since this tool is a very delicate, highly specialized instrument, it's important to take good care of it - and that's especially true of the tip, the iron's most fragile (and essential) part. In order to properly care for the tip of your iron, keep the following pointers in mind:

48: Increase Startup Speed and System Performance
As Windows starts up there are many programs that are executed automatically, some of which you may not want starting up, and many of which do not need to be started every time your computer is booted up. If you look at your toolbar, normally in the area directly adjacent to where your clock is displayed, you will probably see many small icons that correspond to various applications that are installed on your system.

49: About ClickTouch Technology
Having undergone over twenty years of development by our Belgian partner, ClickTouch technology today produces unique "spring-like" tactile keys by means of a high-temperature transformation of the polyester base material. Fully aware of the general advantages generated by this new innovative technology, ClickTouch NV was granted with patents in Belgium, throughout Europe, and in the United States.

50: Mobile Magic!
The internet is new and we are all pioneers of this innovative virtual space adventure. It is unclear how advertising truly works here, however we do have the foundation or reference of previous methods used in the previous worlds.

51: Overcoming a Serious Computer Malfunction
With all of the advances in technology available it is easier than ever to transfer files and carry computer solutions with you wherever you go. However, even with the ability to take hardware on the go there is an added element of risk for the valuable and often irreplaceable original documents that are stored on the portable hard drives.

52: Eco-Friendly Computer Repair System and E-Recycling
Eco-friendly Computer Repair System and some tips for e-recycling which is a big topic these days. Computers, cell phones, and similar equipment are going into our land fills. And these components contain environmentally hazardous materials such as lead, mercury, and cadmium.

53: When Should I Look at Upgrading My Office Network?
Networks are a reality that all businesses have to face; unfortunately upgrading your system is another reality. Upgrading a network has never been particularly easy, and it can become even harder when both the cables and the hardware itself needs to be replaced.

54: When is the Best Time to Retrieve Deleted Text Messages?
Some people have contemplated the idea of having a professional retrieve deleted text messages from their partners cell phone, but they often wonder when the best time might be to do this. If you have noticed changes that have taken place within your relationship and in how your partner has been acting, it would certainly not hurt to take the steps needed to make sure that they are not engaging in an affair.

55: What is ADSL2?
If you already know about ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) then you should have a general idea of what ADSL2 ultimately involves. In simplistic terms, it is a new component in the ADSL family which offers enhanced performance and greater downloading speeds.

56: Finding Free Usenet Servers
Newsgroup access is generally provided by one's ISP but, in some cases, this will entail an extra charge. There are paid services online that offer access to newsgroups but, if one's needs don't include downloading binaries, there are a host of free Usenet servers available on the Internet that offer at least text downloads from the various groups. These services may be available for a variety of reasons including corporate-sponsorship of free servers that promote their products, university sponsorship of a free server to foster free speech and lively debates or simply bad network administration practices.

57: The Right Way on How to Read a Ruler
When you were still a kid, you learned how to read a ruler when you were studying at school. Unfortunately, as people gets older, they think that reading ruler is no longer essential since there are no longer ruler-reading exams and the like. They thought that this is a lesson that should only be learned and applied within the walls of the school.

58: IP Everything, A Tutorial
Computing is the use of machines to do work that would be otherwise done by humans or not achievable by humans. Computers are tools for improving productivity and enhancing competitiveness. In a broader view, computers are a part of human civilisation and the cornerstone of the information age that started with the advent of the printing press back in the fifteenth century.

59: How to Replace Printer Toner Cartridges
Laser printers are a good buy because they can last as long as a year and sometimes beyond depending on the model. Laser printers do not use ink cartridges like the inkjet printers, but the output looks as if a good inkjet printer was used to print the copy. In fact, the quality of these printers is usually better and the print doesn't smudge since it is powder that is used.

60: How Does Nouse Technology Work?
A nouse is a novel computer technology. What is unique about this technology is that it permits you as the PC user to make use of your nose and eyes as pointers.


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