Friday, 7 June 2013

10 signs of an imminent staff rebellion, cool Office 2013 features, stupid data center mistakes

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TechRepublic Member | June 07, 2013

10 signs your staff is about to mutiny

When your staff is frustrated and resentful, morale and productivity can take a big hit. Knowing how to spot the signs may help you preempt a full-scale rebellion. Read more

Resource of the day

Deploying IT Equipment in Small Server Rooms and Branch Offices

This paper discusses realistic improvements you can make to power, cooling, racks, physical security, monitoring, and lighting in small server rooms and branch offices.

My 10 favorite things about Office 2013

Office 2013 has its share of critics, but some new features could win you over. Read more

10 stupid things people do in their data centers

Small missteps can turn into huge problems in the data center -- and that can mean big trouble for your organization (and for you). Read more

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Review: Manage your communication with EssentialPIM

Looking for an Outlook-like product without the Outlook price tag? EssentialPIM is a solid offering with a small Exchange server caveat. Read more

IPv6 in action: How Mythic Beasts does it

The transition to IPv6 is slow for most organizations, but the hosting company Mythic Beasts has embraced the new IP protocol for its network. Take an inside look at how it works. Read more

Learn quick coding habits with Emmet tools

The Emmet plugin uses Dynamic Snippets, which are abbreviations transformed at runtime that web developers can use to speed up their coding. Read more

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