Friday, 29 June 2012

Dev technologies that refuse to die, what SMBs should look for in a CRM, tips for new iPad users

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TechRepublic Member | June 29, 2012

10 development technologies that refuse to die

Even as new tech drives IT forward, certain systems and languages keep the past alive. Here are 10 technologies that will be with us for a while. Read more

Resource of the day

The New IBM System X M4 servers: A Microsoft Exchange Case Study

See what happens when IBM System X servers team up with Microsoft Exchange. Everything from cost, performance, and ROI will be discussed in this informative white paper.

10 tips for first-time iPad users

If you're new to the iPad, its functionality may be confusing at first. Brien Posey shares some basic instructions to get you past the awkward stage. Read more

10 things SMBs should look for in a CRM

CRM systems have traditionally been associated with big organizations, but a new breed of CRMs is aimed at smaller businesses. Here's a rundown of key features to look for. Read more

10 things you should have in your presentation kit

Preparing for a presentation means rehearsing your material -- but it also means making sure you have all the items you need for a glitch-free delivery. Read more

Additional TechRepublic resources


Seven credibility blind spots and how they can derail your image

Whether you're meeting one-on-one or presenting to a packed audience, your credibility is being assessed. Here are seven common credibility blind spots. Read more

Network neutrality: Revisiting the arguments

A "neutral" network cannot coexist with high-speed, unlimited usage broadband connections, nor can consumers expect carriers to foot the bill for increasingly bandwidth-hungry applications. Read more

Improve the proficiency of your IT consultancy's techs

Here are three steps IT consultancies can take to get techs up to speed and to maintain a high level of expertise. Read more

Word: How to format just the numbers in a numbered list

Formatting a list is easy. Formatting just the numbers is more difficult -- unless you know this quick trick. Read more

Today's recommended downloads

New Uses for IBM System X (IBM)

Tivoli's Predictive Analytics Strategy for Enterprise IT Operations (IBM)

Forrester Research: Blades Paper (Hewlett-Packard (HP) & Intel)

Server Satisfaction: Hardware and Support (IBM)

VMware's vSphere Storage Appliance: High Availability for Small IT Operations (VMware)

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