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Five tips for weeding out potentially bad clients
Unless you want to get stuck in a relationship with a nightmare client, it's a good idea to do some sleuthing up front. Read more
Resource of the day
Watch this video to find out why renewing software subscription and support is the best way to protect your software investment and make a real difference to your bottom line.
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Five tips for sharing data from your mobile device
When your users need help moving data from a phone or tablet to a PC, one of these approaches should do the trick. Read more
Five tips for maintaining a healthy Windows system
A little preventive maintenance can go a long way toward keeping a machine optimized and problem-free. Here are some basic but vital steps to follow. Read more
Five tips for working with Office 2010 file properties and tags
Keep your Office files organized and easy to find by putting properties and tags to work. Here are some simple ways to take advantage of these features. Read more
Additional TechRepublic resources
But that's not in my job description
What do you do when you're being asked to do more than you signed on for? Read more
10 wacky IT office pranks
An office without practical jokes would be a mighty dull place to work. Luckily, legions of IT pranksters have kept things lively over the years. Read more
Steve Jobs: 10 historic achievements
Steve Jobs' resignation as Apple CEO inspired this retrospective of his most significant and innovative contributions. Read more
The five worst Star Trek episodes of all time
More than a few of Kirk's and Spock's original voyages were (ahem) less than stellar. We rounded up the bottom five for your reading... pleasure? Read more
Five of my favorite Excel worksheet tips
If you're not using these worksheet-related tricks, you're working harder than you have to! Susan Harkins shares five of her favorites. Read more
Five new Facebook privacy tweaks
Facebook just launched a new privacy center that offers even more privacy options, and reintroduces some of the older, lesser-known settings. Find out what they are and how to adjust them. View on site
Today's recommended downloads
Live Webcast: Data Replication and Federation for Real-Time Integration (IBM)
Power Up Your Information with a Stronger Infrastructure (IBM)
Alleviating your IT Infrastructure Worries with Cloud Computing (IBM)
Take this Important Step to Protect Your Software Investment (IBM)
Planning for Cloud-Based Software Deployment (IBM)
Manage your inbox with free tools to snooze your Gmail
What certain emails need is a snooze function that works like your alarm clock, just with a bigger time frame and wider eyes. Kevin Purdy introduces you to the tools you need to make it work.
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