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Review: Implementing the Google Search Appliance in an Intranet environment


Our corporate intranet is a non-framed environment with both Lotus Domino and IIS (.Net and classic ASP) applications and content.

Flash Memory Part 2: MMC and SD


MMC and SDFlash memory is available in so many formats that it can be difficult to know what will work with any particular device. Devices such as MP3 players, PDAs, mobile phones, digital cameras, and personal computers can take advantage of flash memory to bolster their storage capacity, but selecting the right format may be easier said than done.

Motherboard Basics


A recent Tech Tip covered the basics of selecting a computer case and made mention of the various sizes that correspond to motherboards of different form factors. A few people wrote in expressing interest in understanding more about the basics of motherboards, and that's exactly what this Tech Tip intends to address.

Expansion Cards Part 1: (of a 3 part series)


PCIThe expansion slots available on motherboards allow for a variety of upgrades in a computer system, but matching the appropriate card to an available slot needs to be addressed before making any purchasing decisions. The most common types of expansion cards for modern computer systems can be broken down into three formats: PCI, AGP, and PCI Express.

Expansion Cards Part 2: AGP


Expansion Cards Part 2: AGPThe first in this series of Tech Tips on expansion cards took a look at the PCI slot, and the variety of devices that may find their home in one. Graphics cards are one of the many items that may be used in a PCI slot, but the demands of fast-paced video games require more speed and greater bandwidth than the PCI Bus can provide.

An Introduction to Tape Backup


If you run a small business, chances are you're saving important files to a server. But what happens when disaster strikes? How are you ensuring that your files won't be lost? Many people fail to realize that the loss of files could cripple their business.

Your Printer Is Out Of Ink -- Now What?


We've all been there. You're in the middle of printing out an important document and your printer suddenly stops.

Setting up a Tape Backup Strategy for your Business


So you know a little bit about tape backup, but you're wondering how to set up a tape backup strategy for your business. Well, let's take a look at 3 simple steps to setting up a complete backup solution.

All In One Printers - Home Office Workhorses


All in one printers, also known as multifunction printers (MFPs), are printers that also can copy, scan, and in some cases, fax. These machines perform all of these functions, generally using a single set of ink cartridges for both printing and copying.

Expansion Cards Part 3: PCI Express


In the first two installments of this series of Tech Tips, we took a look at PCI and AGP, undoubtedly the most common expansion slots in a computer today. With a few key improvements over both of these, PCI Express is destined to replace both and offer a whole new level of computer performance.

Getting to Know Inkjet Printers


Inkjet printers were born in the 1980s, replacing the popular dot matrix printer. Inkjet printers drop droplets of ink onto printer paper to produce text and images.

Printers: What Really Happens When You Hit "Print"


You just poured hours upon hours into a lengthy research paper. All that's left to do is print it out.

Can I Use My Old Ink With My New Printer?


The quick answer is..

Unclogging Epson Print Heads


Tools needed:1 - 10cc Injector1 - 4" - 5" of fish tank air line tubing (Wal*Mart fish department) Windex (No Drip works best)We are going to flush the print head out with the Windex cleaner. Some people from outside the US may not know about Windex.

Ten Tips to Safeguard Your Laptops


The following is a list of tips to help safeguard your laptop while traveling or conducting business.1.

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