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Posted By : CDW | Tuesday, 13 September 2011 | views(1010)
By evaluating needs and eliminating excess servers and storage equipment ? or even entire data centers ? organizations can reduce management and energy costs.? Deduplicating archived data and investing in a storage system of similar value and currency to the data residing on them is another great solution.? Deduplication is the killer app in storage, and when it??s part of an integrated storage strategy, it reduces storage requirements an
Posted By : CDW | Tuesday, 13 September 2011 | views(692)
Commodity IT utility support, such as e-mail, desktop management and help desk services can devour precious internal man-hours and steal management attention from more strategic or business critical work ? often at above-market costs.? Outsourcing the commodity work via competitive bid is a simple fix and allows your organization??s internal team to focus resources and build proficiency on more business-specific applications.
Posted By : CDW | Thursday, 18 August 2011 | views(1010)
Communications services typically take hold of a large chunk of an IT budget – usually more than most organizations actually need to spend.  Organizations that have yet to converge voice and data services are likely paying unnecessary costs for their telephone service, and they can reduce those costs significantly by consolidating and renegotiating agreements with service providers.  Better yet, converging voice and data o
Posted By : CDW | Monday, 01 August 2011 | views(802)
Make the most of your video conferencing investment by ensuring that your IT infrastructure can support the technology – or risk alienating end users with a bad experience.  In CDW’s Video Conferencing Straw Poll, most medium and large businesses that implemented video conferencing leveraged managed services for their solution.  When asked to identify their video conferencing implementation approach, medium and large businesses reported:
Posted By : CDW | Monday, 01 August 2011 | views(850)
Before launching a video conferencing project, take the time to execute a full network assessment.  Assessments help organizations to identify upgrades that may be needed to achieve a successful deployment, as well as determine any associated implementation costs.  In CDW’s recent Video Conferencing Straw Poll, 69 percent of businesses that implemented video conferencing completed a network assessment to ensure that IT could support the techn
Posted By : CDW | Monday, 01 August 2011 | views(1012)
Video conferencing can maximize team productivity by gathering people based on skills and tasks rather than geography.  Identify potential “power users” among your employees and prioritize implementation and personalize training for those employees.  Video conferencing has many benefits, including increased employee productivity, reduced travel costs, and less business travel, all of which can increase employee satisfaction.
Posted By : CDW | Wednesday, 16 March 2011 | views(1460)
Invest in energy-efficient equipment – Newer, more energy-efficient products such as LCD monitors and servers or computers with low-wattage processors will bring you significant savings just from their normal use.
 
But don’t overlook smart use of the power management features in their operating systems, or the value of training employees to shut down computers when they go home.  Both w
Posted By : scottmin | Tuesday, 02 November 2010 | views(1446)
Disc Image Burner

Windows 7 finally introduces a feature that other operating systems have had for years - the ability to burn ISO images to CDs or DVDs. And it couldn't be much easier to use.

·        Just double-click the ISO image, choose the drive with the blank disc, click Burn and watch as your disc is created.
Checking “Verify disc after burning”, it will verify the ISO image burned c
Posted By : scottmin | Tuesday, 19 October 2010 | views(1798)
If you're running out of Home Screens for all your apps, or maybe you just want to organize your apps, Folders is a splendid feature.

·         Tap and hold on an app to start your apps jiggling.

·         Drag two apps together to create a folder.
Your iPhone or iPod touch will create a folder and automatically give the folder a name based on the category of the apps. You can change the folder name to
Posted By : scottmin | Tuesday, 05 October 2010 | views(3211)
Tired of your iPhone and iPod touch changing to landscape in your much loved apps? You can now lock the orientation of your iPhone so it stays in portrait mode.

Double tap on the Home Button to bring up the multitask drawer, swipe to the left menu and to the left of the iPod controls, you'll see the orientation lock. Tap to lock in portrait mode
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