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Friday, November 24, 2006

Beyond Pilot SOAs

SOA advice: Control the development process.

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Putting the Brakes on Virtual Sprawl

Virtual sprawl is turning into the new bugaboo for IT managers.

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The 451 on Open Source Java

Java's future under the GPL is brighter than it was under the previous license.

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New E-Discovery Rules Will Change Document Management

Better organization and enterprise-wide archiving and search capabilities are the keys to compliance with the new e-discovery rules.

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VoIP: Full Steam Ahead ... Slowly

With VoIP, bigger companies don't have much to gain from long-distance savings, since their pricing already was low.

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The Webmail Threat

Companies are concerned about the security of corporate e-mail. In most cases, however, companies aren't attentive to the parallel threat of Webmail.

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Federated CDI: When Is It Right?

Federated CDI makes a lot of sense when you're looking for up-to-the-minute information, and having a single version of the truth may not always be necessary However, for predictive analysis, the conventional data warehouse is the way to go, says Ron Schumacher of Initiate Systems.

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Communicate with Outlook Express 6 in Windows XP

Columnist Joli Ballew introduces Outlook Express 6 and offers advanced tips for communicating with coworkers, friends, and family. [more]

Introduction to Windows XP Service Pack 2

Barb Bowman details the enhanced security structures that make for safer computing, including safer e-mail handling and Internet browsing. [more]

Outlook Express and Windows XP SP2: Several Problems or Superior Protection?

Tom Koch explains how the enhancements in Windows XP SP2 help Outlook Express handle e-mail attachments more safely. [more]

Help Protect Yourself from Online Crime

Sandi Hardmeier describes a type of online fraud called "phishing" and gives tips on how to help protect yourself from their harmful effects. [more]

The Other E-Mail Threat: File Corruption in Outlook Express

Tom Koch talks about e-mail file corruption, the causes, how to avoid it, and how to recover messages if it occurs. [more]

Internet Explorer Add-ons: Toys and Tools

Sandi Hardmeier reviews the features of some of the fun and useful browser add-ons for Internet Explorer. [more]

Using Outlook Express with Multiple E-mail Addresses, Multiple Accounts, and Multiple Identities

MVP Tom Koch explains the many options Outlook Express users have for managing their e-mail accounts. [more]

Adware and Bad Things it Does

MVP Sandi Hardmeier defines and discusses the different types of "malware," including "adware," and what they can do to your computer. [more]

Personalize Your Browser

Sandi Hardmeier explores some of the ways that Internet Explorer can be tweaked to suit your style of Web surfing. [more]

Using Passwords in Outlook Express

Tom Koch describes best practices for choosing a password, how to configure Outlook Express to remember your passwords, and what to do if Outlook Express forgets them. [more]

Set Up Mail Servers in Outlook Express

MVP Tom Koch talks about the different kinds of mail servers and how to set them up in Outlook Express. [more]

Malware: Help prevent the Infection

MVP Sandi Hardmeier discusses the different types of malware and how you can help prevent them from hurting your computer. [more]

Mastering Newsgroups in Outlook Express

MVP Tom Koch advises how to use Outlook Express features to make working and playing in newsgroups faster, easier, and more productive. [more]

Bug busting: Getting Rid of Spyware

Sandi Hardmeier guides you through some steps that will increase your chances of successfully cleaning your computer of spyware. [more]

Outlook Express Newsgroups 101

Tom Koch gets to the basics of newsgroups, describing the different kinds, how to set up your account, and how to behave once you get there. [more]

Get More from the Favorites and History Features

Sandi Hardmeier gives an in-depth description of how to use the Favorites and History features to get more from Internet Explorer. [more]

An Outlook Express basic repair kit

MVP Tom Koch gives step-by-step instructions for repairing the causes of "funny" behavior in Outlook Express. [more]

How to control which browser is "Head Honcho" on your PC

Sandi Hardmeier shows how to swap between different default Web browsers. [more]

It's not always malware: How to fix the top 10 Internet Explorer issues

MVP Sandi Hardmeier describes how to fix issues some Internet Explorer users might have. [more]

Top ten countdown in Outlook Express

MVP Tom Koch gives us answers to the top ten questions asked by Outlook Express users. [more]

Rev it up: Rediscover your PC's youth

MVP Sandi Hardmeier shows how to keep your PC running faster and more efficiently. [more]

Black Bubble Texture

In this tutorial learn how to create the texture of black bubbles. [more]

From The Inside Photo Effect

Create the effect of objects' perspectives and volume, and imitate glow-worms and blood drops. [more]

Abstract Photography

Learn how to create abstract photography and determine how to choose random subjects. [more]

Granite Stone

Create a cool marble-like background texture that imitates granite. [more]

3D Embossed Photo Frame

Learn how to create a realistic 3D perspective embossed photo frame. [more]

Improvements in Windows XP SP2: How Internet Explorer is safer under the hood in XP SP2

MVP Sandi Hardmeier appraises changes in Internet Explorer with Windows XP SP2 that are not obvious to the end-user, but instead work in the background to reduce risk when surfing the Web. [more]

RSS: An Information Revolution

MVP Sandi Hardmeier explains what RSS is and explores the evolution of RSS in accordance with the current and upcoming versions of Internet Explorer. [more]

Supercharge your surfing with tabbed browsing

MVP Sandi Hardmeier guides you through working with tabbed browsing and its various features as it appears in Beta 1 of Internet Explorer 7. [more]

Drive-by downloads: Stealthy downloads and Internet Explorer's new defense against them

Columnist Mark Walker examines the threat to Internet users posed by drive-by downloads and gives some suggestions on protecting your computer. [more]

Bubble Gum Header

This tutorial will teach you how to create a bubble gum header in Photoshop. [more]

S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl Interview 1

GameSpot travels to the Ukraine and goes into The Zone for THQ's S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl. [more]

Xbox Live Video Marketplace Open for Business

Xbox gets downloadable video on its first birthday... [more]

Alcatel Sues Microsoft for Patent Infringement

Signs point to dispute over Xbox 360 video technologies... [more]

11/23/2006 Daily Hardware Reviews

DailyTech's roundup of reviews from around the web for Thursday... [more]

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