If you’re someone that finds yourself switching between Linux and Windows at your workstation, there are actually some applications out there that will make your transition between the two operating systems much easier and efficient. Here we’ve outlined 10 applications which are very friendly to both Windows and Linux users. As you read through the … Read more10 Apps to Transition Between Linux and Windows
Now that Windows 10 has been in full swing on various home and business computers for a little over a year, it’s no surprise that users have made a list of general annoyances that may become bothersome over the course of using an operating system. There’s always features an operating system might add that we the users … Read moreHow to Optimize Your Windows 10 Experience
Is it time for your business to make the transfer to Microsoft’s line of Dynamic ERP products? If so, there are at least a few key bullet-points you should address for your business before investing in these management services. Be aware that there are actually five different products that compile the Microsoft line of Dynamics. … Read moreMicrosoft Dynamics ERP: Making the Switch
Over the last decade or so, Windows has offered a plethora of services regarding their robust exchange server software. If your company relies on an older platform such as Microsoft Exchange 2003, now is probably the time to take the leap into 2016. As Microsoft has cut off support for Exchange 2003 as of April … Read moreWindows Exchange Server: Pros and Cons of Exchange 2016
The workstation is a personal computer used in businesses that is connected to a series of other systems to form a local area network. It is used by operations that require higher end applications with more speed and random access memory. Workstations originally ran mainly on the UNIX operating system. IBM, Hewlett-Packard, and Sun Microsystems were … Read moreWorkstations: Are They Worth More Than PCs?