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Bradford NAC

Network Access Control (NAC) Grows Up

NAC has evolved from a binary Yes/No control to an adaptive technology that can handle the gray areas in complex and unpredictable network environments. Bradford Networks pioneered 3rd generation NAC, and we’re helping hospitals, universities, and leading companies use it to full advantage. IT staff can orchestrate many different personal devices and categories of users with a minimal investment of time and effort. Employees can use their preferred devices to become more mobile and productive, without putting the organization at risk. That’s good news for end users, and good news for the business.


5-Minute Essential Shell Tutorial

The 5-Minute Essential Shell Tutorial

Alright, far too often (especially in the IRC channels) there is a time where even the most beginner of users are faced with the terminal.  It has many names: terminal, shell, console, "command prompt" even as a carryover from those familiar with Windows.  Many people are frightened by it for some reason or another, so this tutorial will attempt to provide you the most basic of commands to enable navigation and basic system actions from the comfort of your keyboard.

Let's get started shall we?  Since everyone's Mint version can be different, I'm not going to detail how to actually open the terminal.  I'll assume you can find it in the menu or by right-clicking in the desktop.

Last Updated on Monday, 02 July 2012 19:34

Word 2010 keeps crashing

Found this gem...

Every since MS$ has started publishing Fix-it links I think these are great...

I have used several of these gems especially the migrate NK2 from Outlook 2007 to 2010. Works better than copying the NK2 to make Outlook 2010 autoload on first startup. Now I found one to fix the Word keeps crashing issue...

Last Updated on Friday, 15 June 2012 10:55

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