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Cloud Solutions: Making Enterprise-level Solutions Affordable for Small Businesses

Historically, as companies grew larger, they could afford better tools for their business. These tools helped them increase efficiency and workflow, but always came at a cost. You can trace this back to the beginning of industrialization and therefore the end of the middle ages. Machines which could do things more efficiently needed a significant […]

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January Webcast Line-Up

Every month we organize some exciting webcasts that cover a variety of topics – have a look at this month’s line-up and sign up for what best suits your needs!

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13 for ’13 Jumpstart: BYOD and MDM

A few weeks ago we published an article called 13 IT Projects to Include in Your Plans for 2013. In that post, we suggested thirteen great IT projects for you to consider, since as the New Year approaches, many IT departments start lining up their wish lists for the following year. We got several requests […]

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2013 Through the Crystal Ball

Predicting the future is one hazardous occupation (ask the Mayans), yet in the world of IT and technology, trends and habits have a tendency to repeat themselves year after year. In this post we look at some of the things that will most likely happen in 2013 – affecting both your users and the business […]

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Windows PowerShell: Essential Admin Scripts (Part 2)

In Part 1 of this two-part series, I covered the ‘Microsoft Troubleshooting Packs’ and ACL permission checks using PowerShell scripting. This article will focus on two more scripts, one to check if a host is alive and, if it is not, send a notification email, and another to check disk space, delete data from a […]

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10 Awesome Gifts to Give a SysAdmin this Holiday Season – Competition!

’Tis the season to be jolly – and we’ve put together a cool video about 10 gadgets that would be a great gift for your sysadmin or for you. You can also win one of these cool gadgets by taking part in our holiday season competition – and we have FIVE of each gadget to […]

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23 Things to Do Before the End of the World

Come December 22, you are going to find yourself in one of two scenarios. Either the Mayans were right, and the world will have come to an end (in which case I hope you have your towel), or that Saturday will be just like any other and you will still have a number of admin […]

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Survey: Americans Stress Benefits and Demands of Telecommuting [Infographic]

TeamViewer®, one of the world’s most popular providers of remote control and online meetings software, recently announced the findings of its survey of 500 American adults ages 18 and older who work from home either full-time or part-time, conducted online by uSamp in October. The survey, which was drafted based on TeamViewer’s experience in office […]

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13 for ’13 Jumpstart: Patch Management

A few weeks ago we published an article called 13 IT Projects to Include in Your Plans for 2013. In that post, we suggested 13 IT projects for you to consider, since as the New Year approaches, many IT departments start lining up their wish lists for the following year. We got several requests on […]

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13 Threats to Look Out for this Holiday Season

While this might be the most wonderful time of the year, there are just too many Grinches on the Internet looking to make ruin your Yuletide cheer. Don’t let them. Forewarned is forearmed, and we’re putting together a list to keep you and your company’s network safe this holiday season. Here are 13 threats to […]

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