New software applications are often required to add to the functionality of your machines, improve their efficiency, and enhance their security. Frank Johnson lists a few good applications for users of Windows and Mac based systems. If you wonder as to what software and applications would be best for your devices and do not mind shelling out some money for same, here are a few good options that you may like to consider: 1) GoToMyPC – This is a practical application for Window based PCs as well as Mac Notebooks.[Read More...]
The Internet is the most frequently accessed medium for information and communication and with the development of new operating systems there are a number of web browsers that are used to surf the net. Frank Johnson offers some tips, tricks and time saving keyboard short cuts for more efficient use of browsers[Read More...]
Handy Password Windows 7 manager software is a useful software to deliver reliable protection of corporate passwords and easy enterprise password management. The software combines an intuitive multi-user interface, flexible options for administering and has all the necessary features of a reliable enterprise password manager.
NoteBurner Audio Converter utilizes virtual CD burning technology on both Win&Mac to simulate the burning and ripping process. With this advanced audio format converting mechanism, NoteBurner excellently converts iTunes music to MP3, DRM protected WMA music to MP3 or unprotected WMA, as well as converting any other audio files to MP3, WMA or WAV format. While converting audio files at fast speed, NoteBurner encodes MP3, WMA and WAV files with outstanding sound quality.[Read More...]
This is a review of an innovative new webcam that takes on a different design philosophy to effectively make it easy to bring the camera to your work.How many times have you been frustrated on the phone or a conference call and uttered the words "Just listen to me and try to visualize"... We are all aware of the many technologies and webcams that have been on the market for a number of years now, but the issue with most of them is the lack of convenience. Those of you that bought webcams, probably have the type that sit on top of your PC monitor and if you recently upgraded to a flat panel monitor, it is probably sitting in a drawer because you can't place it atop these skinny monitors. Perhaps you are more up to date than that and have purchased one of the newer laptops that have a webcam built in just above the screen...[Read More...]
There is good news right around the corner. Somewhere in the middle of summer, Microsoft will release a long-awaited update to its popular Windows Small Business Server product, known affectionately as SBS 2008.[Read More...]