Thursday, July 26, 2007

2007 Trends--How do they fit you so far?

At the beginning of the year, Intelligent Enterprise released their predictions for the 7 top Trends of 2007 and ran the gamut from adopting Web 2.0 (now dubbed Enterprise 2.0) applications to creating better information flow for manufacturers, to full-scale integration in industries such as healthcare.

How do these match up with your concerns so far this year?

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

The 4-hour workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich (and other summer must-reads for IT)

It's that time of year, time to pack your beach bag full of SPF 50 and that hot new beach book, and hit the sand and surf.

But along with that spy thriller, you may want to tuck a few of these picks into your tote. Here are the top summer reading recommendations for Tech Professionals from eWeek's editorial staff. Check them out»

Monday, July 16, 2007

Web Design Tip: Wrapping text around an image

This quick and simple tip, can really come in handy when you are creating a Web page and an image and it's corresponding surrounding text is not fitting the way you need it to fit.

Here's how to wrap text around an image»

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Enterprise 2.0: Why you should champion Web 2.0 technology, and how.

One essential promise for Enterprise 2.0, or Web 2.0 for the enterprise, is making important information available to the people who need it, in large part by using blogs and wikis to capture and store institutional knowledge.

Here are a few insights as to why you should be championing these causes in your organization, and how to get heard.

Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Simplifying travel - for you and your co-workers

With summer here, and travel imminent, your laptop may start racking up the miles alongside you.

Of course, creating a system of wireless applications with m-Power that allow you to do work through your cell phone, means you won't need that bulky bag. Alan Batchelor, at Emhart Glass, did just that by creating a wireless application with m-Power that allows him to send commands from his cell phone even when he's poolside. Learn what else he built»

But, grudgingly, I will admit that laptops themselves can come in handy on your trip--even if you're just trying to find the latest attractions--and that means lugging them around. So, what's the best one? Here's what one writer says is the "perfect" laptop bag»

Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Web Design Tip: How to avoid Email Spiders

There are very few cons to having a Web presence, but today we're going to talk about one...and how you can avoid it: email spiders.

Email spiders or spammer spiders, unlike search engine spiders, are out there for malevolent purposes. They are sent out to crawl the Web and scan Web sites for email addresses that the owner can either use themselves, or sell to other spammers...often both.

Here's how to avoid them while still remaining reachable!

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