It didn’t used to be an issue, however as IE 8 became 9 and then 10 and now Internet Explorer 11, Internet Explorer’s compatibility mode is quickly becoming a critical part of the browsers’ list of functions. The fact that a web browser needs a feature such as compatibility mode […]
While you can’t get Windows 7 Retail, OEM, or even from your favorite IT Consultant or Vendor, and you certainly can’t upgrade a current Home Premium version to Pro or possibly Ultimate. There are certain machine vendors, Lenovo, HP and a few others where you can get Windows 8 machines […]
I’m sure by now most people have seen those cool commercials on TV presenting Windows 8 on those neat tablets. One of my favorites – because I find it so entertaining in a drink the kool-aide kind of way – is the one where a techy is showing folks how easy […]
There are some things that should never be done. One of those things is deploy an unprotected Internet facing Exchange server. Yet, it’s done all the time and sometimes with disastrous consequences.
One of the questions that I often wish would be asked by potential new clients, but never gets asked is: what’s the difference between being re-active and pro-active when it comes to mission critical technology? This isn’t always an easy question to answer, but I believe I’ve got a very […]
SPAM comes in many different types from the innocuous to the extremely malicious, and it’s as ubiquitous as the technology that we take for granted on a daily basis. That being the case it doesn’t have to be a costly problem to deal with. There is a reasonable hardware/software solution […]