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Map a drive to your own computer's drive

Network admins and programmers generally use a shared folder to develop and test software.   Usually there is a program that is shared to multiple computers and there is a common drive letter assigned to and mapped to workstations. 246 more words

Computers

Turning Opportunities Into INTERVIEWS: TARGET ORGANIZATION NETWORKING

Starting with your ‘offer criteria’ created in Step Two of our 12-Step Career Transition Process, let’s assume that your research and early networking efforts have allowed you to develop your… 531 more words

Social Media

After-hours dinner and pool!

The One Chicago, Inc. team enjoyed some time together after work at Excueses Bar and Billiards! Everyone met up for dinner and a few games of pool. 107 more words

Chicago

Microsoft Research TCP Analyzer - Check Out Your Network

Microsoft Research TCP Analyzer (Link) is a network analyzer that allows you to analyze network traces of Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) connections. Given a Microsoft Network Monitor trace, the analyzer provides various performance statistics and visualizations for the captured TCP connection. 202 more words

Computers

Future Implications

Social media is no longer used by mainly early adopters and Milennials.  Today, lots of grandparents can be found actively sharing photos and posting messages on different social networking sites.  641 more words

Social Media Marketing

Site-to-Site IPsec VPN Cyberoam to Cyberoam

Cyberoam1:
WAN1 ip: 10.0.10.223
LAN ip: 10.0.33.1
WLAN ip: 10.0.53.1

1.click VPN/IPsec/Wizard
Name: CR1toCR2
click Start

Cyberoam1:

WAN1 ip: 10.0.10.223

LAN ip: 10.0.33.1

WLAN ip: 10.0.53.1… 58 more words

Networking

B|t|B: Culture Event : Cottingham Day : Craig Davidson Art Exhibition

Hello my fellow bookworms and page turners, now this is a post is of something slightly different to what I usually blog about. This weekend was a rare change to meet and see the work of a very popular artist Craig Davidson at the artmarket Gallery, Cottingham.  229 more words

Bookworm