Tuesday, 27 September 2011

Easy-to-use IP traffic monitors, WP7 games for escapists, free Web authoring tools

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Five free, dead-easy IP traffic monitoring tools

When you really need to know what's going on with your network, give one of these free monitors a try. Read more

Resource of the day

Live Webcast: How to Create Cost Effective Storage in the Cloud

By the time everything is said and done, you may find yourself paying more than you expected for your cloud storage. Tune into this webcast for advice on how to make your cloud storage more cost effective.


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Five free Windows Phone 7 games for escapists

Sometimes, you just want to stop thinking about work for a while and float off into game-land. Here are a few apps that will give you a break from the daily grind. Read more

Five free Web authoring and design tools

If you want to get your hands on some good Web tools without breaking the bank, these freebies will get you started. Read more

Five topnotch replacements for GNOME 3 or Ubuntu Unity

Not a big fan of GNOME 3 or Unity? Jack Wallen offers a list of some solid alternative desktops. Read more


Additional TechRepublic resources

 

Five things every IT pro should know about Google Sites

From working with JavaScript to setting page-level permissions, Bill Detwiler explains what you need to know about Google Sites. Read more

IT jobs claim four of 10 positions in most hated jobs list

Four out of 10 most hated jobs are in IT? Can this be true? Read more

10 ways Microsoft can make Windows 8 a game changer

Now that we've had a chance to see some of the things Windows 8 can do, let's talk about a few of the things it SHOULD do. Read more

The five worst Star Trek: The Next Generation episodes EVER!

Star Trek: The Next Generation is perhaps the pinnacle of the Trek franchise, which makes these five bottom-feeder episodes even more embarrassing. Read more

10 obsolete technologies that are still useful

Before you retire that camcorder and cancel your landline service, see why Brien Posey thinks some vintage tech is worth hanging onto. Read more


Featured multimedia

 

Opening eyes with a green home (photos)

A couple builds the first LEED Platinum-level green home in Boston's Dorchester neighborhood, to show that green, healthy, and high-tech are compatible and affordable. View on site



Today's recommended downloads

Increase E-Commerce Revenue With New Techniques in APM (dynaTrace software)

Live Webcast: The Perfect Storm - Drive Customer Satisfaction Up and Costs Down (Citrix Online)

Live Webcast: How to Create Cost Effective Storage in the Cloud (TechRepublic)

Creating the Hybrid Cloud: Fast Facts from Riverbed (Riverbed)

Take the Fear and Hassle out of Data Migration (Riverbed)


Camera phone challenge: Seeing is believing

TechRepublic is bringing back the camera phone challenge! You have from now until Friday, Oct. 14, 2011 at 5:00 PM EDT to submit photos of things you might not believe if your camera phone didn't see them.



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