Editor’s Note: In with the New|
By Lafe Low
It's a New Year. That often means a new budget, new priorities, and examining and possibly rolling out new technologies and new processes to optimize those technologies. New and updated technology keeps your IT infrastructure moving forward, but there can still be considerable value in your existing systems.
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It doesn't really matter which approach you choose for outputting custom objects, as long as a custom object is your end result.
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Mouse Without Borders can help make a smooth transition from one computer to another.
When you're trying to automate the process of sharing resources, every little detail is important.
Manage your library of SQL scripts, organize your taskbar and run Checksum virus scans with this month's tools.
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If you never thought you'd need to use Windows PowerShell to manage cloud apps such as Office 365, here's a QuickStart for the complete newbie.