The IoT'S Future Looks Bright, Both for Businesses & Consumers

  • 16 June 2016
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The IoT'S Future Looks Bright, Both for Businesses & Consumers

As the internet's usefulness continues to become more apparent every day, it's no surprise that so many companies are working tirelessly to give their products a connection. Everything from toasters to manufacturing equipment can be given internet access, a trend that's been named the Internet of Things. What's more, the connected devices within this movement are rapidly increasing in popularity. 


Improve Manageability with Network Objects

  • 13 June 2016
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Improve Manageability with Network Objects
Managing the permissions and rules for resources on the network can be a complex task when you need to make changes. Fortunately, network objects simplify administration by allowing you to group several related resources into one "object." Rules can then be set for the object as a whole. Any change to the settings for the object automatically applies to its members, thus eliminating the need for separate configuration changes to each network resource. Also, by giving network objects logical and understandable names, you can make it easier for new IT staff to learn the network architecture more quickly.

Rid your Add/Remove Programs Dialog Box of Out-Dated Entries

  • 13 June 2016
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Rid your Add/Remove Programs Dialog Box of Out-Dated Entries
If you frequently install new software programs, and then remove them when you’ve finished so as not to clutter up your system, you may be surprised to see them still appear in your Add/Remove Programs list. Sometimes a program’s uninstall operation doesn’t completely remove all traces of the program from your system. Luckily, with a simple registry edit, you can remove these programs from the list.

Keep Browser Workarounds Organized with this Handy Framework

  • 13 June 2016
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Keep Browser Workarounds Organized with this Handy Framework
With so many new features offered in recent browsers, supporting older browsers has become even more complex than in the past. Flashy CSS3 and HTML5 effects are often demanded, and complicated polyfills have been written to emulate these in earlier browsers. Whether you use a polyfill or a simple background image to substitute for a new feature, it's necessary to first test whether that feature exists.

How to Change Background Graphics

  • 13 June 2016
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How to Change Background Graphics
Many times people use the same theme or a collection of graphics and fonts and colors in their slide show – they don't include multiple themes – but in keeping with one theme so that they can mix it up just a little bit. They add different color backgrounds to their show.

Browse in Bridge with this Shortcut

  • 13 June 2016
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Browse in Bridge with this Shortcut
Adobe Bridge is a file management interface that works with Adobe apps like Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign. Use it to preview thumbnails of your files, label them for easy organizing, add metadata to them for efficient cataloging, and also search through, sort, and open files directly into your preferred app. 

Give Special Permissions in a SQL Server Agent Job

  • 13 June 2016
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Give Special Permissions in a SQL Server Agent Job
Sometimes, a SQL Server Agent Job may need to run tasks that require permissions beyond what the account under which it runs can normally do. Such requirements may come into play given the wide range of tasks that SQL Server Agent Jobs can perform nowadays, including executing commands on remote hosts. One tempting way to handle the situation is to simply give the account under which the job runs permission to do every step in the job. However, doing that creates additional security risks.

Each Type Name is Unique when Using Collections

  • 13 June 2016
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Each Type Name is Unique when Using Collections
If you want to create a library of useful PL/SQL code with varrays, there's one very important thing about them to note: Oracle treats each type you define as unique. This means that if we define a type as MyArrayTypeB that's exactly like MyArrayType except for the name, the following consequences result:
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