Monthly Archives: July 2011

Six Cool Things To Do With Your USB Flash Drive

Six Cool Things To Do With Your USB Flash Drive What do you use your USB flash drive for? Perhaps you store work documents, photos, music, or movies on them. If you think they're cool because you can store and transport files with them, Read more…

July 27, 2011

Six Amazing Ways To Work Faster In MS Outlook

Six Amazing Ways To Work Faster In MS Outlook Organizations large and small rely on Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, and PowerPoint presentations to get the job done. In some ways Outlook is the poor cousin of the three high-profile Read more…

July 27, 2011

Product Spotlight - 19" inch Data Rack Mount Shelves

Product Spotlight - 19" inch Data Rack Mount Shelves ConnectZone offers 1RU and 2RU premium EIA/TIA 19" inch data rack shelfs. These shelfs are commonly mounted on 19" inch open relay data racks and are used to support network equipment. We Read more…

July 25, 2011

Microsoft Appeases Tribe Over 'Tulalip' Code Name

Microsoft Appeases Tribe Over 'Tulalip' Code Name If it's not enough that Microsoft had to scramble when a reference to its apparently semi-secret social networking project, Tulalip, slipped out, the software giant then had to deal with trademark Read more…

July 22, 2011

50 new tech tools you may have missed

50 new tech tools you may have missed Technology can make your life easier, but figuring out which tech tools to trust can be tiresome at the least and eye-poppingly stressful at worst. To help, here's a list of 50 recently released apps Read more…

July 22, 2011

MacBook is Dead, Long Live The New MacBook Air

MacBook is Dead, Long Live The New MacBook Air Ten years ago, I was not a Mac user. I had never owned a Mac. I thought I probably would never own a Mac. I was a Windows guy all the way. Sure, Windows Me sucked, but Windows 95 and 98 were solid. Read more…

July 21, 2011
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