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- What I Use: Ireland 2015 – Thurrott.com
I’m heading to Ireland for about 10 days starting Monday night. I’ll be taking a lot of pictures and working while traveling around the country. Here’s what I’ll be bringing along. This one is a personal trip: my wife and I just celebrated our 25th anniversary and her parents are celebrating their 50th anniversary too, … Continue reading What I Use: Ireland 2015 – Thurrott.com
- How To Password Protect a Folder (in Windows) | Ubergizmo
Protecting your sensitive data from prying eyes is extremely important, which is why most of the programs that collect your data come with password protection. Unfortunately, this is not the case with Windows, there is no built-in password protection feature for Windows. via How To Password Protect a Folder (in Windows) | Ubergizmo.
- Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2015) Review – Thurrott.com
Let there be no doubt: the latest rendition of the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon is the best Ultrabook I’ve ever used, a sleek, thin and light wonder with a gorgeous screen, a stellar keyboard, and good battery life. This is the second time this year I’ve been able to describe a PC as nearly perfect. Because … Continue reading Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2015) Review – Thurrott.com
- The great debate: To BYOD or not to BYOD | ITProPortal.com
It could be argued that BYOD is the cause of IT’s biggest headaches in the past 10 years, but there is no denying that BYOD has transformed the way we work, and for many organisations, there is no looking back. via The great debate: To BYOD or not to BYOD | ITProPortal.com.
- How to get Windows to work right on the Mac using Boot Camp | iMore
Getting your Mac to work with Windows can be a multi-step process. Because Macs use the same Intel chips that power many PCs, your Mac can run Windows. Apple even gives you the software to do it: It’s called Boot Camp. But putting Boot Camp on your Mac is only the first step. via How … Continue reading How to get Windows to work right on the Mac using Boot Camp | iMore
- Toshiba Portégé WT20 tablet now available for $900 – Liliputing
Toshiba unveiled a new line of premium Windows tablets at CES in January, including the $1400 Portégé Z20t 2-in-1 tablet with an Intel Core M Broadwell processor and a 12.5 inch display and the cheaper Portégé W20 which is just a tablet, and which is now available for $900. via Toshiba Portégé WT20 tablet now available for … Continue reading Toshiba Portégé WT20 tablet now available for $900 – Liliputing
- VoIP done right: 11 best practices for moving to cloud-hosted PBX
Too often, cloud hosted VoIP gets a bad rap on the internet. People bashing provider A because call quality stunk. Or giving provider B a tough time because staff constantly had “fishbowl effect” issues with the service. I’ve read many of the reviews out there, and I’m here to set the record straight about cloud … Continue reading VoIP done right: 11 best practices for moving to cloud-hosted PBX
- Lenovo, if you make this retro ThinkPad, I’ll give up my MacBook Air
It would take quite a laptop to bring me back to the Windows fold after using and enjoying a 13-inch Apple MacBook Air for nearly two years. I love the versatility Apple’s device provides: it is light and portable, offers amazing battery life, has an awesome keyboard and trackpad, performs well, can run Windows and … Continue reading Lenovo, if you make this retro ThinkPad, I’ll give up my MacBook Air
- Office 365 gets one-click access to apps
Office 365 debuted with the last release of the software, bringing the service to what Microsoft has always likely wanted — a subscription. It’s a decent deal with five licenses and the ability to move them to new computers. via Office 365 gets one-click access to apps.
- SanDisk 200GB microSDXC card now available
SanDisk introduced its first 200GB microSDXC card earlier this year, and now it’s available for purchase… if you’ve got $240 to spare. via SanDisk 200GB microSDXC card now available.