Monthly Archives: February 2011

How to Set Windows Parental Controls | Internet Parental Controls Video

5 Cool Computing Tools | Computer TV Tuner | Evernote | Tron Mouse

Keyboard, mouse, monitor.   These are the basics for any computer –but oh, how boring.  Here are 5 components that will bring a little life to your computing environment: We’ll start off with the lone software offering of the group, Evernote (http://www.evernote.com).  Forget about that messy desk.  This application is like Microsoft OneNote 2010 on steroids. …

The Admin Corner: Small Business Server 2011

Looks like the latest release from Microsoft in the world of small business solutions is catching a lot of attention. InfoWorld’s J. Peter Bruzzese wrote about it in his article “Two flavors of Small Business Server 2011: Which to choose” InfoWorld’s Keith Schultz also reviewed it in his article “Top features in Windows Small Business…

What Are the Basic List of Computer Components | Video Training Online CBT

Follow-up Friday: Meet Social Networking Experts

Our clip of the week about Adobe Acrobat got our fewest number of hits (note to ClipTraining… no more Acrobat clips) so we found ourselves looking at a Follow-up Friday with equally low levels of visitors unless we followed-up with something more exciting.  So, what could be more exciting that being introduced to two new…

The Admin Corner: How to fix 5 Windows irritations

This week on InfoWorld, J. Peter Bruzzese addresses five Windows (desktop and server) irritations. They include the following: 1. Turning off Google ads and tracking 2. Blocking websites from sharing your personal information 3. Circumventing Windows Server’s constant security warnings 4. Blocking Windows Server’s shutdown tracker 5. Fixing a wireless connection that doesn’t automatically reconnect…

How to Create a PDF From the Web | ClipTraining Video

Microsoft Security Essentials Review | Is It The Best Antivirus | CBT

The big boys in the antivirus protection arena are well known.  Norton.  McAfee.  AVG.  Microsoft.  Microsoft?  Yes, that Microsoft.  Seems pretty simple, right?  An operating system manufacturer should know how best to protect their computer.  And Microsoft’s Security Essentials is no slouch when it comes to warding off all sorts of rogue software.  By combining…

The Admin Corner: A Cornucopia of Kemp Technologies, Don Jones and IPv4 Addresses

We had a great deal to report about this week. For Exchange Admins:  Our friends at KEMP Technologies had an interesting announcement yesterday that their hardware and software load balancers are approved by the Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Qualification Program.  J. Peter Bruzzese has had a chance to work with the Hyper-V virtual load balancer that…

What are the Microsoft Security Essentials Features and Characteristics CBT

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