Archive for month: February, 2011

Malware Terminology

The Information Technology world has a definite jargon of its own, which can be confusing to both the end users and (sometimes) to the IT people themselves. One of our biggest problems these days is Malware (ma...

Setting up VPN On Your iPad/iPhone

If you are interested in setting up a Cisco IPSec VPN connection on your iPad, I have detailed some instructions on doing so. On the iPad itself, go to Settings > General > Network >VPN > Add VPN ...

Adding Exchange Account to iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch

To add an Exchange account to your Mobile device, go to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Add Account > Microsoft Exchange. Then, enter your email address, domain, username, password, and a descri...

Google Cloud Connect

Do you use Microsoft Office and want to try Google Docs? Do you use both Google Docs and Microsoft Office? Would you like to backup and access your Office files from anywhere? Well now you can with a new servic...

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Adding Public Folder Calendars to Your Outlook Profile

Here is a simple walk through on how to add public calendars to your outlook profile. Within your outlook, go to the bottom left corner and click on the Folder List button (figure A). This will bring up additio...

Google Apps not Quite Comparable to Exchange

Recently I was asked to perform a migration of a few users from their current Exchange Server 2003/2007 environment over to Google Apps.  Although the migration process was fairly simple to execute, users quick...

Mac Users Beware Of Malware

Do you think your Mac is immune to malware infections? If you said Yes, you would be wrong. Although there may not be as much malware for a Mac as there is for Windows, you should still not be caught sleeping. ...

Certain Key Words in Searches Attract Malware

Have you ever gone on the web and searched for “free stuff?” I know I have quite a bit, and did not realize the risk I was putting myself in. According to a study done by McAfee released in September of 2010, y...

Try Google Pack!

As I was browsing around on Google the other day, I noticed a neat little tool they have called Google Pack, which essentially downloads and installs some of the most basic applications that you may typically n...

Google One Pass

Google has announced their One Pass payment system, which allows publishers to set their own terms for their individually created content. It allows end users to purchase something once and then view it across ...