Move and Copy files the old tried-and-true way in Windows 7

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While I’ve become quite enamored with using Aero Snap and my simulated dual-pane file manager technique, when copying and moving files and folders from one location to another, there are times when I reach back and use one of the tried-and-true techniques from Windows days gone by. Of course, I’m talking about the good old […]

Move and Copy files the old tried-and-true way in Windows 7

By Sigar Dave No comments

While I’ve become quite enamored with using Aero Snap and my simulated dual-pane file manager technique, when copying and moving files and folders from one location to another, there are times when I reach back and use one of the tried-and-true techniques from Windows days gone by. Of course, I’m talking about the good old […]

10 things you should know about Google’s GMail

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by Mark Kaelin | Nov 17, 2005 9:33:00 PM Takeaway: The 10 things listed in this document will draw out some of Gmail's hidden features and make this Web-based e-mail client event more appealing. Google continues to make its case as the only Web destination you ever need—much to the delight of its investors. One of the […]

10 things you should know about Google’s GMail

By Sigar Dave No comments

by Mark Kaelin | Nov 17, 2005 9:33:00 PM Takeaway: The 10 things listed in this document will draw out some of Gmail's hidden features and make this Web-based e-mail client event more appealing. Google continues to make its case as the only Web destination you ever need—much to the delight of its investors. One of the […]

The Floppy Disk Drive is officially dead

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A few days ago I wrote about how data storage has changed dramatically in the past 20 odd years. One thing I did think about then was what happens to floppy disks. I have a few stacked away but now my only computer is a laptop and hence no option to use them. I read […]

The Floppy Disk Drive is officially dead

By Sigar Dave No comments

A few days ago I wrote about how data storage has changed dramatically in the past 20 odd years. One thing I did think about then was what happens to floppy disks. I have a few stacked away but now my only computer is a laptop and hence no option to use them. I read […]

Six ways to succeed with a new staff

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Author: Benny Sisko Getting promoted into a CIO role is exciting… until you need to start managing people!  Benny Sisko provides you with six tips for being successful with your new staff. —————————————————————————————————- For the new CIO, assuming responsibility for a staff can sometimes seem like a daunting challenge, especially if you've come up through […]

Six ways to succeed with a new staff

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Author: Benny Sisko Getting promoted into a CIO role is exciting… until you need to start managing people!  Benny Sisko provides you with six tips for being successful with your new staff. —————————————————————————————————- For the new CIO, assuming responsibility for a staff can sometimes seem like a daunting challenge, especially if you've come up through […]

5 Great services to create your own wikis

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Posted: 26 Apr 2010 05:08 AM PDT Wikipedia has changed the way information is dispersed on the internet. The idea of having everyone in the world adding to a online encyclopedia which covered everything caught up fast and today Wikipedia has an article on almost everything and anyone. But Wikis are very important even when […]

5 Great services to create your own wikis

By Sigar Dave No comments

Posted: 26 Apr 2010 05:08 AM PDT Wikipedia has changed the way information is dispersed on the internet. The idea of having everyone in the world adding to a online encyclopedia which covered everything caught up fast and today Wikipedia has an article on almost everything and anyone. But Wikis are very important even when […]