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The Top 5 Wrong Reasons For Not Hiring Testers


Considering whether or not your software company should hire a dedicated team of testers? Here are the Top 5 Wrong Reasons why you shouldn't.

Change Your Word Docs in Record Time!


Anyone who has ever used Microsoft Word knows that it is a powerful word processing package. It?s loaded with dozens of features designed to make creating documents a breeze. And anyone who has used Word?s Find and Replace feature knows that this is one handy feature. It makes changing words or phrases throughout your documents fast and painless.

Databases ? How We Love to Hate Them!


You?ve finally created databases that you can actually use to store and manipulate all your critical data. That?s great news and quite an accomplishment. But in your rush to get your employees to start entering information into these databases, you skipped the training process and let them go at it alone.

Increase Office Efficiency With One Simple Tool


When you need a phone number, you do a quick search on the Internet and in a few seconds, you?ve got the information you need. And you probably receive a lot of contact information right inside the emails you receive every day. Both methods are by far more convenient than using those white or yellow-colored telephone directories.

How to Choose the BEST Charting Software


I suggest that you do not spend a lot of money on charting software as most perform very similar functions. Often the price is inflated to capitalize on the mentality that expensive is better. A software package under $1000 will perform all of the tasks required by even the most advanced traders.

Pros and Cons of Using FREE Software in Your Business


It‚??s easy to understand why you might be drawn to the allure of free software. After all, it is free and free is always a good price to pay. But before you plunk down your hard-earned no money and possibly put your business at risk, consider the following.

Protect Your Most Vital Business Asset with Security Software


Homeland security, airport security, Internet security ‚?? these days we‚??re literally inundated with a need to protect ourselves and our property from the non-stop bombardment of potentially damaging attacks by unknown sources and entities lurking somewhere out there.

Who Is Minding Your Sensitive Data?


Stealing company information used to be the specialty of spies and conspirators. It was something that only happened to the most powerful of corporations and branches of government.

Introduction To ISDN, Part II


In the previous ISDN article, we looked at how and why one router dials another using ISDN. Just as important is knowing what keeps the link up once it is dialed.

Cisco Certification: Introduction To ISDN, Part III


Configuring PPP PAP Authentication

Cisco Certification: Introduction To ISDN, Part IV


In part III of this ISDN primer, we learned that PPP has two main methods of authentication that Cisco certification candidates need to know how to configure: PAP and CHAP.

Cisco Certification: Introduction To ISDN, Part V


The major reason I recommend getting your hands on real Cisco equipment rather than a simulator is that real Cisco routers give you the chance to practice and learn show and debug commands.

The True Meaning of Freeware


The vast majority of us will have, at some point, had freeware games or applications installed on our systems. If you?ve played an online Java or Flash based game, you?ve used freeware. In a very real way the Internet itself is freeware, a massive collections of scripts, information, tools and resources that are, for the most part, totally free. But what is it that motivates so many people to put so much work into a project, and then release it totally free of charge? There are a few misconceptions about freeware that I would like to clear up.

Most Dangerous Types of Spyware are on the Rise: How to Choose the Weapon


Bad News - the Threat is Bigger than it Seemed

Begun, The Browser Wars Have


As Mozilla Firefox nears 10% market share, with well over 25 million downloads direct from the makers website, and goodness knows how many through other sources, Microsoft announces that it will be releasing IE 7 ahead of schedule. Originally scheduled for release with Microsoft?s new Longhorn operating system in 2006, it seems that Microsoft are reacting to the run away success that Firefox has had over the last few months. But is Microsoft?s announcement just a response to Firefox?s success, or is it truly a commitment by the software giant to improve the browsing experience of the masses?

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