Wednesday, 30 January 2013

[TechRepublic] Free network management tools for admins

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TechRepublic Member | January 30, 2013

Five network management tools for admins

Resource of the day

Cloudera Manager - Free Edition

Cloudera Manager Free Edition will build and configure your single or multi-node CDH cluster and help you manage future changes to it. Download for free now.


Additional TechRepublic resources

 

Why the Surface Pro won't fit my computing needs

Find out why Patrick Gray doesn't plan to purchase Microsoft's Surface Pro when it's released. Read more

Three apps for cleaning older Mac installs

Erik Eckel recommends that you perform routine maintenance on older Mac systems to keep them free of old, unneeded files that could negatively affect performance. Read more

Getting your Firefox tabs back

Next time you get that sinking feeling that you've lost all your Firefox tabs, don't despair; there is a solution. Read more

The case against Aaron Swartz: Why we should be concerned

Patrick Lambert looks as the charges facing Internet activist Aaron Swartz before his death. Why were the penalties so severe and how easy would it be for others to get in the same kind of legal trouble? Read more

The Case for HTML5: Five examples

Ryan Boudreaux uses five examples of cutting-edge web designs to show why HTML5 is the way to go for web pros. Read more


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Slideshow: The new features of Windows 8 File Explorer


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Ultra-safe IoSafe N2 (pictures)

IoSafe showed off the first disaster-proof NAS server that's powered by the Synology DSM NAS operating system. The dual-bay server can guard your data against both extreme conditions and a single hard drive failure. View on site

Work begins on bringing pioneering 1940's computer back to life

Work has started on rebuilding the EDSAC, the UK's first fully operational general-purpose computer, more than 60 years after it was first switched on. View on site

WD unveils its first solid-state hard drive (SSHD) at CES 2013 (photos)

WD showed off at CES 2013 its two first solid-state hard drive (SSDH), the WD Black and the WD Blue. These are the first hybrid drives from the storage vendor. View on site



Today's recommended downloads

Live Webcast: DevOps and the Cloud: Achieving Agility Across the Software Delivery Lifecycle (IBM)

Live Webcast: Big Data Priorities 2013 (ZDNet)

Mobile Device Management (GFI Software)

The Four Steps to Virtual Port Channel (Global Knowledge)

Live Webcast: Speed Analytics and Simplify Cloud with IBM PureSystems (IBM)


 

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