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Bluetooth Spy

Everything you want to know about your BLUETOOTH PAN but were afraid to ask. Bluetooth Spy is a small and useful utility that lets...

March 9, 2015 By Csaba Iranyi

Google's a DDoS tool: security tester

A security penetration tester at Italian security firm AIR Sicurezza Informatica has claimed that flaws exist in Google's servers that will allow would-be hackers to exploit the search giant's bandwidth and launch a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack on a server of their choosing.

August 29, 2011 by

Guide to Thai Food

Want to know what dishes to expect when you try Thai food? This reference of popular Thai foods can ease your mind (and your stomach)...

February 3, 2015 By William Habdas

Guide to Norwegian Monarchs

Do you like learning about the Norwegian Monarchy? If you do, then you have come to the right place. Inside you will find an exhaustive...

February 3, 2015 By William Habdas

Police did not search parliamentary server

The police did not access Damian Green's emails, or the parliamentary server, the speaker of the House has told MPs.According to an article on the BBC, Speaker Michael Martin told MPs that "no access" had been given to police, and that in the future a warrant would be necessary before access is given.

December 10, 2008 by

Splunk goes virtual, unveils broad IT search capabilities for Citrix XenServer

Splunk indexing and search approach aims to provide a full view of IT-generated use data, not only from the hypervisor and VM, but from the server, guest operating system, applications, and the network. Splunk’s technology indexes data across all tiers of the infrastructure in near real-time. This allows operators and administrators to maintain a large, dynamic IT environment with fewer people, with higher automation and easier service performance management.

May 21, 2008 by

Microsoft's free enterprise search is a must try

At the Heroes Happens {here} event in LA yesterday which saw the launch* of Windows Server 2008, one of the relatively hidden gems of the event in my opinion was Microsoft's free** Search Server 2008 Express.  It's is a streamline install of Office SharePoint Server 2007 with almost all the enterprise search features that most users would want and is a must download for any Windows Server shop.

February 27, 2008 by

Most security breaches caused by careless human error

Security expert David Litchfield analyzed data breaches during 2007 and came up with interesting results:Word documents and spreadsheets mistakenly left on a web server or indexed by a search engine account for 20.6% of the 276 breaches, both physical and digital, recorded up to the 23rd of October.

November 9, 2007 by

RoadSync 3 brings push email and Exchange 2007 support to S60 devices

The latest version of RoadSync, version 3.002, was just recently released and actually has more functionality than the Nokia Mail for Exchange client with support for Exchange Server 2007. RoadSync still works with Exchange Server 2003 too, but now takes advantage of some advanced features of 2007. Some of these advanced features are e-mail flags, faster message retrieval, online mailbox search, and SharePoint and UNC file access. Unfortunately, 4SmartPhone hasn't yet upgraded their servers to Exchange Server 2007 so I can't yet take advantage of these advance features. The latest version of RoadSync also adds features to Exchange 2003, including mailbox subfolders, message zooming, improved attachment handling, improved push logic, and support for S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 1. Check out all the screenshots of RoadSync in action on a Nokia N95.

April 15, 2007 by

"Almost everybody uses Exchange, they just don´t know it"

Channel9 is featuring its first-everinterview with an Exchange guy. Some great quotes in there: "Almost everybody uses Exchange,they just don't know it" "So far we've given developers42 different APIs...developers have found that confusing""My e-mail server might be down....yup,it's down"Yet at the endthey come back and say that Exchange is stable.  heh.Seems like a lot of the "innovation" in Exchange 12 is catch-upwork -- full-text search, incremental backup, typeahead addressing in OWA. All this requiring a hardware upgrade, dropping or stabilizing allexisting APIs, and dropping active/active clustering.  At least ayear away. As for "almost everybody uses Exchange", the speaker quotes Gartneras saying that Exchange runs more than half of all business e-mail mailboxes. I haven't ever seen a report like that.(Thanks, Bruce)

November 23, 2005 by

Inbox management

Well, I was supposed to be in Kingston,Jamaica, right about now, but there was this hurricane that passed throughFlorida earlier in the week, and the airlines/airport have understandablynot yet caught up.  So, Miami for now.  22nd floor of the Hyatt,looking out at the ocean.  Not bad.In the thread a fewdays ago about Notes client performance,the comments went off in the direction of e-mail inbox management.  We'vegot the usual "pilers" vs. "filers" arguement, withmany noting that Notes full-text search makes it so dead easy to find stuff,why bother filing.  I'm in that camp.  Others say that they can'tstand to have anything in the inbox (my friend Karen is in that camp).A recent article on IBM developerWorks:Lotus focuses on this topic as well.  Entitled, "Bestpractices for large Lotus Notes mail files",two software engineers examine the effect of large mailbox files, largeinboxes, and the number of mailboxes per server on Domino performance. The tests were done on iSeries servers, but the results certainlyhave applicability across the board.  Now if you'll excuse me, I've got togo clean up my inbox.

October 28, 2005 by

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