All of us who have an iPad or an iPhone or even PCs have struggled with the love/hate relationship between Adobe Flash and surfing the web. Flash has lots of security updates. Flash blows up a lot for me now and again. On my iPad2 I keep looking at those “Install Adobe Flash” messages with […]
From Adobe – “A Flash Player update is scheduled for release tomorrow, September 21, 2011. This update will address critical security issues in the product as well as an important universal cross-site scripting issue that is reportedly being exploited in the wild in targeted attacks.
An interesting article from Harvard Business Review on a research study that suggests having women in a group raises the team’s collective intelligence more than the IQs of individual members. https://hbr.org/2011/06/defend-your-research-what-makes-a-team-smarter-more-women/ar/pr
This is a pretty interesting article on how making scientific research into a computer game allowed on-line gamers to solve a scientific mystery that traditional scientific research has been working on for nearly a decade in only three weeks! https://www.
Anti-virus We operate under a very simple “best practice” premise for anti-virus. Workstations should have anti-virus that scans only the workstation and related memory sticks, etc. Servers should have anti-virus that scans only the server itself.
Printing for wireless users is often confusing I have a laptop. I bring the laptop to work. It sits on our wireless network. My default printer is a nice shiny new Canon multifunction printer/copier/scanner/fax printer. I go home. The printer I use is an HP LaserJet 4000. I routinely go to other locations which have […]
Server and Workstation Clean Up Tips Updates Whether you are manually updating or refreshing your golden images, here are some things to consider: Make sure your workstations are doing Microsoft Updates and not just the default Windows Updates. Microsoft Updates is optional on every version of Windows workstation or server OSes.