How can you tie your cloud storage services together? It’s actually easy if you use MultCloud. MultCloud ties together all of the most popular cloud storage services so you can upload files to multiple sites through a single sign-on.
Completely FREE app for home and commercial use.
Single login for multiple cloud accounts.
Add unlimited accounts such as Dropbox, Box, OneDrive, etc
Signing up is easy and free. Once you sign in, you can connect your cloud services and use the power of MultCloud to Upload or Download files from a central dashboard.
Want to see who is on your wireless? SoftPerfect’s WiFi Guard is freeware that scans your network, both wireless and wired and it also inventories connections on your network.
Before setting up WiFi Guard, inventory your computers, printers, routers, TVs and other devices that use your network. Get each devices’ MAC address. Load WiFi Guard and mark each device as trusted. WiFi Guard’s settings allows you to set a scan interval and to put comments on devices that you know. In the event a new device is connected to your network, you’ll be alerted.
Set a scan interval that meets your needs.
WiFi Guard keeps a history of devices that connect to your network.
This issue is caused by stack exhaustion that occurs when the computer sends and receives Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) or Server Message Block (SMB) data. Stack exhaustion occurs because the thread on which the TCP and SMB data is received and sent does not have sufficient stack space to complete the call.
I discovered GE Geek through Rick at What’s On My PC. GE Geek is a resource like no other. The time and dedication to linking and uploading the thousands of resources at GE Geek is commendable.
The best feature by far is GE Geek’s Toolkit that contains 1.7 gigabytes of tools that every IT pro needs.
“A complete collection of over 300 Portable Freeware Tech Related
programs, all accessible from one Menu Launcher Utility. There’s
even a program to update all the essential programs automatically,
all contained on a USB/Flash drive for travel.” ~GE Geek
Here’s a short list of the categories -
Apps to Install
Repair Tools 1
Repair Tools 2
Windows Services Defaults
Windows 7 Tools
Windows 7 Troubleshooting
Windows 7 / 8 Shortcuts
Here’s a Snapshot of his Site. You have to visit the site to get an understanding of how this has to be one of the best sites on the web for IT Professionals. Link
Several years ago we introduced you to CloudU. A perfect introduction to how the ‘cloud’ works. CloudU by RackSpace now has a MOOC (Mass Open Online Course) that introduces you to Big Data.
According to Wikipedia, Big Data is a term used to describe a collection of data sets so large and complex that it becomes difficult to process using on-hand database management tools or traditional data processing applications. Thats a great definition but its only one. This topic is too big to base this learning series on one definition so we asked the brightest minds in academia and the cloud industry the same question, “What is Big Data”? We are confident you will enjoy their insights and take away a broader perspective on big data. Sign up, it’s free (Link)
“After contacting Rackspace so that my students could benefit from the cloud university curriculum as a supplement. I was met with open arms and personally talked with Greg Alfaro, Michael Ferranti and Ben Kepes either by phone or email. Here’s a quote from Ben. - “CloudU is an excellent resource for anyone wanting to learn about Cloud Computing. As an instructor of information technology, the certificate provides a great learning tool for the planning, deployment and logistics behind cloud computing.” ~ Ben Kepes
SQLCourse has been around for sometime. With Microsoft’s DreamSpark, students can download SQL Server to build databases and to learn how to retrieve data by performing queries (basically asking the database for specific data). SQLCourse gives you step by step instructions on how to run these queries.