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- CCNA certification has some value if you want to work with Cisco gear, but you have to be realistic about it. It is a entry level, starting point sort of certification, so I wouldn't expect it to open too many doors in and of itself. Still, it does show some effort by you, and it isn't going to hurt to have it on your resume.
40 weeks 5 days ago
- dvarian answers Re: How much impact will the Apple vs. Samsung litigation have on the mobile marketplace?It will have a direct impact on me! It just so happens that I have a Samsung Galaxy Nexus and my wife not only has an Apple iPhone 4, she is also a devoted Apple fangirl. We have spent more hours that I like to admit comparing our phones, and trying to show why our choice is the better one.
41 weeks 4 days ago
- I have always had good experience with Ironkey, but Imation acquired them around the start of the year. Still if you see something in an Ironkey package, it might be a good pick up, and you might even be able to pick up one that is discounted. It might be worth a look.
43 weeks 20 hours ago
- Two main things come to mind. First, like jimlynch said, the desktop/laptop market isn't dominated by PCs the way it used to be. Now there are a much higher percentage of machines running Mac OS and probably Linux as well than there was a few years ago.
44 weeks 20 hours ago
- I was wondering whether I would see any issues today because of the severs being shut down that had been set up for computers infected with DNSChanger malware to have online access. I was surprised (and happy) to find that we did not have any problems, not even with personal laptops.
45 weeks 18 hours ago
- One of my friends has an open WiFi network at home that he views as basically a philosophical issue. In his opinion, the internet should be available to everyone, and he sees it as doing his part. I raised the issue of someone doing something illegal and it being traced back to his IP, but he doesn't seem too worried about it.
46 weeks 4 days ago
- Microsoft has started offering "conversation ads" based on location, age and gender that pop up beside the image of the person with whom you are skyping. According to Microsoft, these "conversation ads" will generate additional topics of conversation and generate interactivity between users.
47 weeks 5 days ago
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