Thursday, June 26, 2014

Add a watermark to an Outlook Message

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Add a watermark to an Outlook Message

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Friday, August 30, 2013

Install PowerBuilder 12.5

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Sunday, July 07, 2013

Cloudberry Labs

I can't say enough good things about Cloudberry Labs. Their products are rock solid and extremely useful I use them for managing Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web services. Cloudberry Drive is used in our environment for world-wide secure file sharing vis-a-vis either Amazon S3 or Azure.

Friday, July 05, 2013

Windows 8: My Views

Windows 8 has got a lot of buzz in the last year.. Now that 8.1 preview is available I wonder how much peoples impressions will change.. If at all. I've been using Personal Computers since the dawn of the PC. My first "PC" was an Altair 8080 which I had to put together from a box of parts, my display device was a Model 28 teletype, so I've been around the block a few times. My Impressions of Windows 8 are very favourable.. I like it as much as if not more than Windows 7, do I want to go back. No.. I've had to adapt and overcome many times in my lifetime. My opinion is if you don't like it, you are not forced to use the new operating systems. If you want you can still run Windows 98. Every time Microsoft makes a change there are thousands of users that reject the change and want the old ways back.. There are choices that YOU can make.. Use it and accept the new changes or NOT use it and use something else.. Apple is always looking to sell more computers and the linux distro's would love a higher market share. One of the AA motto's comes to mind to paraphrase : Change what I can, Accept what I cannot change, and the wisdom to know the difference. As for the Windows 8 start menu replacements, the same thing occurred when Microsoft got rid of Program Manager. Personally I resisted the change to any form of Windows for a long time and used Desqview or OS/2 for multitasking environments. Traditional PC sales are declining and tablets are on the increase. Have you ever tried to use the traditional start menu on a tablet, it is not nice. How often are you in the start menu? How often do you see the metro desktop? Myself perhaps .001% of the day. Was it a jarring change? Yes, does it really matter to me.. NO.. I tried start8/classic shell and removed them within a few days. I am more upset about Technet going away.. so I have to pay more for Action Pack

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