If you’re looking for another example of bad advice for small businesses, I just found one on a CMP Web site. The article is “Why You Need a File Server Right Now” from a supposed IT “expert” and could have been written by a Microsoft PR person. Read the rest of this entry »
Gregory Bryant from Intel and Kevin Unbedacht from Altiris explain their new, closer working relationship, including features built into new Intel processors enabling easier management.
A video review of the Iomega 150d, a new Network Attached Storage appliance from Iomega. The focus here is on the hardware details, and how RAID-1 and RAID-5 work and don’t work.
Now that I’m spending more time on my Macintosh PowerBook, partly by choice and partly for a new project, I’m beginning to see why some Mac users seem so “touchy” about certain topics. Before my trip to the Altiris user conference, I needed to upgrade my iMovie to the newest version for a video project I’m working on. Trying to buy the software through retail made me feel like Rodney Dangerfield: Mac users get no retail respect. More…
My first PodTech post, and a chance to visit with a friend who shares good information for companies ready to make their mark on the world.
Welcome to Technology Is Broken. I hope you will find these examples of broken technology, and tips how to either fix or replace those broken technologies, useful.