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0-Day Exploits they won’t stay away…

Do not use Microsoft Internet Explorer today !!!  -and until they patch it! Use Chrome, Firefox, etc. for the time-being.  This affects all versions of Windows from XP on up and Internet Explorer versions 7, 8 and the most recent 9. But not 10. The following screenshot demonstrates a successful attack against a fully updated Windows

 
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Emailing ‘Large Marge’ files 50mb-2gb

Using the cloud to store your files is certainly convenient, but most of us still have plenty of local files and often need to send larger ones by email to people we’re collaborating with. Exchange servers reject messages with attachments larger than 10MB; some companies still have a 5MB limit. Then there’s the space it

 
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Software compliance audit at the workplace? Here’s some good alternatives.

If your having an software compliance audit or just on a budget, check out my favorite set of FREE software tools. GIMP (www.gimp.org) – Photoshop Alternative (Gimp is the most comprehensive free photoeditor like Photoshop) Inkscape (www.inkscape.org) – Adobe Illustrator Alternative Kompozer (http://www.kompozer.net/) or Nvu (www.nvu.com) – Adobe Dreamweaver Alternative Notepad++ (www.notepad-plus-plus.org) – Text/Code Editor, syntax

 
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The preferred workstation of digital graphics professionals

The game has changed,  the Mac is no longer the choice of the digital graphics workstation. Competition coupled with innovation and fast changing technology (plus the passing of Steve Jobs), has left a gap for others to fill. And they did. For starters Dell. Dell’s highest-performing and most scalable systems.  Dell precision workstations are specifically

 
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Security Update round-up for June 2012

Top Cyber Security Risks  O/S updates Linux Microsoft Apple

 
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Backup and sleep soundly in the clouds……

So it’s 11 years and 114 days into the 21st Century and you’ve finally realized the time has come to understand that digital life is moving to the cloud.  But don’t worry it’s a good thing it means no more sifting through piles of DVD’s, CD’s, tapes, discs, jaz discs, zip discs, external or thumb