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  • How-Tos: How to Expedite Continuous Testing

    The prescription for continuous testing is deceptively simple: Automated unit tests, version control and a continuous integration server. We wanted to first get past the buzzwords and talk about how to actually do it, by getting started with Ruby and GitHub.

  • How-Tos: How to Install Git, Ruby and Jenkins on Windows

    This article provides supplemental instructions to the piece How to Expedite Continuous Testing. Specifically, it explains how to install Git, Ruby and Jenkins on Windows (as opposed to a Mac or Linux environment).

  • How-Tos: How to Motivate Your IT Team After a Setback

    It can be difficult enough to manage and motivate your teams when things are going well, but keeping morale high and people productive is even tougher if you've suffered a setback -- a failed project, layoffs, losing a major client -- or if personal issue are affecting a member of your team.

  • How-Tos: How to implement effective SLAs

    Before getting anywhere close to discussing the concept of service level agreements (SLAs) in IT service management (ITSM), there is one time-worn debate to straighten out.

  • How-Tos: How to use Outlook's auto reply features to free your vacation from email

    Nothing can put a damper on your vacation like worrying about your email. While Gmail's auto-responder is pretty easy to set, but most people use Outlook at work.

  • How-Tos: How to Protect Personal, Corporate Information When You Travel

    Before flying from Rome to Philadelphia earlier this summer, I stopped in the hotel lobby to print my boarding pass. The hotel had one computer dedicated solely to this task. It was the only public computer available to guests. I could access only airline websites and input my name and confirmation number for the ticket. That was it.

  • How-Tos: Add sizzle to your PowerPoint presentation with shapes and special effects

    Unless you're presenting a cure for insomnia, you want your PowerPoint slides to engage your audience without distracting them from the presenter (you). Too much text invites people to read rather than listen--if they don't just tune out completely.

  • How-Tos: Make your PowerPoint presentations pop with charts, graphics, and images

    You can buck the stereotype of PowerPoint presentations as bullet-pointed snoozefest. PowerPoint has a wealth of new graphics, layout, and animation features to liven up your deck. We'll focus on how to add tables, charts, graphics, and images to your slides, but that's just a sample--delve deeper into the menus and you'll find a wealth of additional options.

  • How-Tos: Why You Should Invest in Training Your IT Team

    "The only thing worse than training employees and losing them is to not train them and keep them." -- Zig Ziglar

  • How-Tos: How to achieve better third-party security: Let us count the ways

    No enterprise is an island. In a connected world, a business cannot function without multiple relationships with third parties -- outside vendors, contractors, affiliates, partners and others.

  • How-Tos: Six ways to prevent a breach like the one at AT&T

    A data breach like the one recently reported by AT&T demonstrates that security policies alone are only a paper tiger without the technological teeth to make sure they are enforced, experts say.

  • How-Tos: Making the Clinical Data Warehouse Relevant Again

    The clinical data warehouse used to represent what was wrong with healthcare IT: An incomplete data source that was siloed to boot. But Texas Children's Hospital has turned its data warehouse into a valuable tool for clinical and operational analytics.

  • How-Tos: Shooting photos at the Vivid Live 2014, Sydney festival

    Vivid Live 2014 is the biggest, brightest and most involving chapter yet of the festival that invigorates Sydney's late autumn/early winter, each year.

  • How-Tos: Have operating system, will travel: How to run virtual machines from a flash drive

    Most of the time, one operating system per computer is enough. But on occasion, you might want to boot up a second operating system for security reasons, testing purposes, or compatibility with specific software. Technical details typically restrict that alternate OS to a single PC, however. You can only install an OS in a single location after all.

  • How-Tos: How to motivate a team using apps, software and the cloud

    How to use apps, software and services to improve your team's performance. How to motivate a team using apps, software and the cloud.

  • How-Tos: 4 Qualities to Look for in a Data Scientist

    Every business, it seems, needs a data scientist, but not everyone knows what to look for. The four qualities of a good data scientist described here will help you first write a job description and then evaluate candidates for your data scientist vacancy.

  • How-Tos: How to defend against the OpenSSL Heartbleed flaw

    CSOs need to take a number of steps as soon as possible to protect their organizations against the OpenSSL vulnerability that has shaken the tech industry, experts say.

  • How-Tos: How to disable auto brightness on a Windows laptop

    On some laptops, you may have noticed a change in brightness as you go from a screen with a dark background to a screen with a bright background. On a dark background, the screen will dim automatically, while on a bright background it will brighten. These changes happen automatically after a couple of seconds, and they can also sometimes manifest as noticeable flickering.

  • How-Tos: How to set up a fast 802.11ac wireless network

    There are many reasons to upgrade to a fast new wireless network for your home. You may already have access to NBN (national broadband network) fibre and need the extra Wi-Fi capacity to distribute your faster Internet connection; or you may just want to move files across various devices at a quicker rate than you're used to. Whatever your reasons, the wireless network standard that you should be looking is 802.11ac. It's the latest and greatest and will provide the best transfer rates.

  • How-Tos: How to build a BPM capability in your organisation

    Business Process Management (BPM) products have been around for many years, but in recent times, they have become more sophisticated and there's been a marked increase in uptake by corporates and government departments.

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