Tuesday, 20 September 2011

Image editors for graphics newbies, topnotch Sysinternals tools, timesaving Google Chrome extensions

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TechRepublic Member | September 20, 2011

Five image editors for graphics novices

Today's image editing apps tend to be pretty sophisticated, with more bells and whistles than everyone needs or wants. Here are a few simpler alternatives. Read more

Resource of the day

Cloud Security Demo

There's plenty of hype surrounding the cloud, but there are drawbacks, mainly security. Download this demo of security software for cloud-based networks to learn what your cloud is missing.


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Five Sysinternals tools no admin should be without

These Sysinternals utilities offer a powerful, convenient way to knock out all kinds of Windows admin tasks. Read more

Five timesaving extensions for Google Chrome

It's easy to get lost in the vast herds of Chrome extensions, so we rounded up five good candidates that will streamline your browsing experience. Read more

Five friendly apps for backup-shy users

The complexity of many backup tools scares off a lot of users. These less intimidating choices are effective and easy to use. Read more

Five free apps for the well-stocked net admin toolkit

Certain admin tasks are a lot easier to knock out if you've got a specialized tool to handle the job. Read more


Additional TechRepublic resources

 

Windows 8: A developer's first impressions

Justin James highlights the major changes in Windows 8 that developers need to know about and explains why he thinks Microsoft's strategy might backfire. Read more

10 things you should know about your clients (but probably don't)

Your client relationships will be stronger if you know a thing or two -- or 10 -- about their needs, preferences, and the business itself. Read more

Three reasons why Microsoft will never regain tablet dominance

Patrick Gray explains why he thinks Microsoft will never regain dominance of the tablet market. Do you agree? Read more

The 20 most useful Android smartphone apps of 2011

Jason Hiner provides his list of the top 20 tried-and-true Android smartphone apps that are worth your time to download. Read more


Featured multimedia

 

Mastercard shows off mobile payments

Mastercard is readying technology and applications that will let people use their phones to pay for things. View on site



Today's recommended downloads

How Security Can Help Grow Your Business: The Marketing Side of Tokenization (First Data)

Cloud Security Demo (Symantec)

Free Trial Download: up.time Systems Management Software (Uptime Software)

RECOVER - A simpler, quicker and more efficient DR process (Hewlett-Packard (HP))

Reducing PCI DSS Scope with the TransArmorSM Solution (First Data)


Poll: Are Google users the customer or the commodity being sold?

TechRepublic member Neon Samurai believes Google users are no more than a commodity to be sold to advertisers. Do you agree?



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