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Microsoft is officially cutting off all support for Windows Vista. Vista was never really the popular kid in the Microsoft sandbox anyway, but some people are still hanging onto it. If you’re one of those people, stop. Stop now. Update. Yesterday, all support for Vista ended. No more bug fixes. »04/12/2017, Tom Brook
Data localization laws aren’t uncommon. It is estimated that nearly thirteen different countries have these laws in place. But few countries are as strict as Russia and China. Both Russia and China have passed laws stating that all citizen data stored by various software companies must be stored within each »01/11/2017, Paul Meyer
Black Friday is behind us. Cyber Monday is what’s next and it’s happening today. There are some great deals out there this year that you can’t pass up if you have any holiday shopping to do (or if you just want to buy a few things for yourself). Since most »11/27/2016, Tom Brook
Microsoft has started to roll out the annual Xbox One holiday updates. This year you’ll find a few cool new features packed into those updates. If you’re an Xbox One fan, here are the features that you’ll want to look out for. LFG for Xbox The first major update »11/15/2016, David Lee
Microsoft has just released a new Xbox upgrade. The Xbox One S is on the horizon and it’s a console that some gamers wanted the first time around. There are a few major differences in design and speed that you’ll notice off the bat. Additional changes make this console »08/03/2016, Jim Lewis
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If you’ve come within ten feet of a startup in the past year, you’ve undoubtedly heard of Slack. The team tool is one of the most popular tools within the startup realm. It’s also used in office settings (why walk across the room when you can just send someone »03/10/2017, Steve Luck
Google is making some very useful upgrades to its email inbox app. The company is working with both Trello and GitHub to make getting updates from these two programs a lot simpler for users. Both of these changes are necessary and Google Inbox users will find these updates accommodating »08/09/2016, Erik Lim
I’m not a fan of radios on the beach or at the pool. But there’s always some guy with a portable radio blasting the type of music that most people can’t stand. If you’re that guy, you’ll want a portable radio that works well, has a great battery life, »05/06/2016, Steve Luck
It’s the stuff of futuristic movies -- controlling actions on your computers and devices using hand gestures. We’re partially there, with Microsoft’s Kinect sensor, allowing you to swipe your hands to control functions on your Xbox gaming console. Myo wanted to take it a step further, and they did »09/02/2015, Erik Lim
Looking for a printer that’s fast and reliable, but doesn’t cost a fortune when it comes time to replace the ink cartridge? Check out the Brother MFC-J470DW. It’s perfect for those looking to get a bargain while still allowing for cloud connectivity and compatibility with Google Chrome Print »07/29/2015, Erik Lim
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Collaborate on helpdesk tickets in Outlook. Create tickets from email or web form, manually or automatically. Attached files and rich text. Sort tickets. Iinformation from Contacts or GAL. For public folder or shared mailbox. E-mail history, FAQ.
Recovery Toolbox for Exchange Server is a compact, yet powerful recovery tool for restoring data from damaged or corrupted data files of Exchange Server 2003/2007. Recovers Exchange Server data - contacts, messages, tasks, etc-into Outlook PST files
Able2Doc (A2D) enables users to view and convert data from PDF format into formatted Word documents that can then be edited. A2E converts graphics and preserves the PDF layout of text in Word documents.
MailDetective is an easy to use monitoring application designed to control email use in corporate networks. It analyzes Microsoft Exchange Server logs and creates comprehensive reports either on the whole mail system or on individual mail accounts.
Show Classic Menus and Toolbars on the Ribbon of Microsoft Office 2007. You don't need any training or tutorials if you use Office 2003/XP/2000 before. All the new features in Microsoft Office 2007 have been added into the software.