Last week I stopped into my local Verizon Wireless store to purchase a BlackBerry Storm. I’ve been waiting for a “new” phone for a while and it seems that for the last couple of years, AT&T has cornered the market when it came to having the latest and greatest selection of phones (e.g. the iPhone).
Windows Small Business Server 2008 became available for purchase on November 12, 2008. Since then, I have spec’d several servers for customers and have yet to see the new OS as an option for purchase.
If you have a full time employee who serves as your “IT Person” or you have an outside firm here are 5 things EVERY business owner should know about their computer system:
Like many people I know – I receive hundreds of emails per day. It is a challenge to manage the information included in them while at the same time, keeping your inbox free of clutter.
I have a new server for our testbed and I am installing Windows Small Business Server 2008 on it for the first time. I thought I would make it farther into my install before seeing my first error message.
According to an email received by InformationWeek from Microsoft Microsoft will extend Windows XP downgrade rights to larger OEMs until July 31, 2009. You can read the full article here. This means that companies like Dell can continue to offer a Windows XP Downgrade option on select new computer purchases. From what we have seen on …
If you have not already created an account and joined LinkedIn you need to. http://www.linkedin.com/ Its Free. When you join LinkedIn, you create a profile that summarizes your professional accomplishments. Your profile helps you find and be found by colleagues, clients, and partners. You add trusted contacts to your LinkedIn network and in turn have the ability …
I recently ordered a CD from cdbaby.com and I received this very polite email to let me know how my order was doing. I thought I would share.
Another technology that has come down in price recently is the cost to setup your system with dual monitors. You may want to use a dual monitor system for a while before you pull the trigger on this technology.
For months now, I have been watching the price of Solid State Hard Drives (SSD) come down. Today, I read a post at engaget stating that Super Talent is releasing a 64GB SSD for $179 and a 128GB SSD for $299. At that price, who wouldn’t want this? Read on to find out why I …