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Five tips for troubleshooting formulas in Excel
If you're worksheet-challenged (or even if you aren't), finding and fixing formula problems can be a big headache. These tips will help ease the pain. Read more
Resource of the day
5 Steps to Telecom Transformation
This paper addresses 5 steps to increase business productivity through new technologies while continuing to diligently manage costs.
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Five tips for bridging the gap between Millennials and IT
Self-reliant, tech savvy, connected: Millennials have different needs and expectations from previous generations. And that could make your job easier. Read more
Blog alchemy: Five Tips turns into Five Apps
The Five Tips blog is being reinvented. Here's a look at what's changing. Read more
Five tips for avoiding sloppy capitalization mistakes
Rules and preferences vary, but sometimes capital letters run amok. Here are a few guidelines for those who tend to get slap happy with the Shift key. Read more
Five tips for supporting multiple localizations
You can minimize the challenges of supporting different localizations by following a few practical guidelines. Read more
Additional TechRepublic resources
Five proven vendor-handling techniques
Scott Lowe shares some key items to keep in mind when working with vendors old, new, large, or small. Read more
Don't be fooled by these 10 PC performance myths
Much of what you hear about boosting PC performance is outdated -- and some of it was never true to begin with. Here's the real story. Read more
20 geekiest cities in the United States
The National Science Foundation released its list of America's Top 20 Geekiest Cities. See which city ranked number one based on the agency's taxonomy. Read more
10 ways tablets must improve to become fully accepted
The popularity of tablets is on the rise in both the consumer and business spheres. But some limitations continue to hold them back. Read more
Troubleshoot network issues with a handy Netsh diagnostic command
James Wright shows you a handy Netsh command that allows you to ping the Default Gateway, DHCP Servers, Host IP Address, DNS and WINS Servers (in Search Order) in one fell swoop. Read more
The complete list of Windows 7 Logo key shortcuts
The Windows 7 Logo key anchors a set of powerful and efficient keyboard shortcuts. This cheat sheet lists all the shortcuts and explains what they do. Read more
Samsung Galaxy Note (photos)
Among Samsung's IFA announcements was the Samsung Galaxy Note, a super-size smartphone or a small tablet, depending on how you look at it. Check out the photo gallery and decide for yourself. View on site
Today's recommended downloads
Managing Data Risk in Your Backup and Restore Operations (IBM)
Best Practices and Applications of TLS/SSL (VeriSign)
IT For All Seasons (IBM)
Case Study: Business Continuity at CSX (IBM)
Better Security for Better Customers (VeriSign)
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