A few months ago as we were looking at some of the design aspects of our SharePoint implementation, I realized that the issue of icons really needed to be addressed. Up until that point we had not done much with icons so users got a lot of unbroken text, and what we were doing was just a matter of finding something to work at the moment. Read more
Microsoft has a habit of choosing naming schemes that are confusing. And then to make matters worse, they change them often. I am going to try to clarify the difference between the Microsoft Surface and Surface Pro tablets which have names that sound very similar and looks that are almost identical, but at the root are very different devices. Read more
Released barely a week ago, the Google Chromecast is making a lot of headlines in the tech world. Although many people are pointing out the limitations, I believe that Google may have actually just made the first step in cracking the the Smart TV problem.
While attending the IT Connect conference in May I was introduced to a line of firewalls from ZyXEL. I had actually heard about them before and even wrote a little about the content filtering option in a previous post. However, it is a different thing to have read about a device and to have somebody who knows the ins and outs of it take you through each configuration page and show you what it can do (thanks Marcelo). That is why I can say that I was “introduced” to it in May. Read more