Some people who are on Facebook understand that there is no such thing as privacy when it comes to Facebook. In other words, Facebook privacy is a joke. Unfortunately, there are millions who don’t realize this. Here’s the latest on Facebook privacy that should be an eye-opener for those who think their information is safe on Facebook.
According to a blog written by Sam Diaz, a senior editor at ZDNet, one of the top searches on Facebook last week was “delete facebook account.” Here’s a snippet from Mr. Diaz’s blog post.
To read the complete article, click here.
SharePoint is a huge product and this latest video series, created by SharePoint expert and Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) Sharee English will teach you some of the most important aspects of SharePoint planning, installation and configuration.
SharePoint technology is really broken down into two separate administrators, the Server Administrator and the Site Collection Administrator. The video series from TrainingSpot.com covers the planning, installation, and configuration of SharePoint. Sharee will walk you through the installation choices and provide best practices on how to install SharePoint in various environments. She will show you how configure your farm for basic needs and dive into the Central Administration application in full detail. Finally, she will wrap up with configuration of the Shared Services Provider.
Total Time: 5 Hour 39 Minutes
Video Tutorials: 36
Series Author: Sharee English
If you are looking for additional SharePoint resources, you might want to check out Sharee’s blog.
First of all, make sure that you have assigned proper permissions before you perform a remote wipe. To see what permissions you need, go to the “Exchange ActiveSync Permissions” section in this document.
1. Open Outlook Web App.
2. Sign in to the device owner’s mailbox.
3. Click Options.
4. In the Navigation Pane, select Phone.
5. Click the Mobile Phones tab.
6. Select the ID of the mobile phone that you want to wipe and remove from the list.
7. Click Wipe device.
8. Click OK.
9. Click Remove Device.
TechRepublic and Global Knowledge have published their 2010 IT Skills and Salary Report. You can download a copy of the report here. Here are some of the highlights.
- Over 19,500 IT professionals worldwide responded to the survey.
- Average age of the respondents was 42, with an average of 15 years experience in the industry.
- 92% of respondents were from United States and Canada.
- The average salary for respondents was $82,115.
- 11% reported that their salaries had been reduced.
- 43% reported their salaries have increased.
- Over 46% indicated their salaries were capped without a raise.
- For every female respondent there were four male responses.
- The percentage of respondents having an undergraduate or graduate degree has increased steadily since 2008.
Here are the top 20 salaries of popular certifications.
|PMP® – Project Management Professional||$104,253|
|ITIL v2 Foundation||$102,128|
|ITIL® v3 Foundation||$101,185|
|CISSP – Cert Info Sys Security Professional||$99,928|
|Other Project Management Certificate||$95,979|
|Other Business Process Certifications||$94,383|
|CCDA – Cisco Certified Design Associate||$93,953|
|VMware Certified Professional||$91,271|
|CCNP – Cisco Certified Network Professional||$89,864|
|MCSE – MS Certified Systems Engineer||$86,454|
|MCITP – MS Certified IT Professional||$82,044|
|CCNA – Cisco Certified Network Associate||$79,695|
|CompTIA – Security+||$76,844|
|MCSA – MS Certified System Administrator||$76,337|
|MCP – MS Certified Professional||$74,438|
|MCTS – Windows Vista, Configure||$71,786|
|CompTIA – Network+||$70,902|
|MCDST – MS Certified Desktop Support Technician||$70,197|
|CompTIA – A+||$68,631|
You can download a printable version (PDF), which is also more readable and can be saved locally.
|To Perform This Task||Use This Key Combination|
|Open or close the Start menu.||Windows logo key|
|Display the System Properties dialog box.||Windows logo key +Pause|
|Display the desktop.||Windows logo key +D|
|Minimize all windows.||Windows logo key +M|
|Restore minimized windows to the desktop.||Windows logo key +Shift+M|
|Open Computer.||Windows logo key +E|
|Search for a file or folder.||Windows logo key +F|
|Search for computers (if you’re on a network).||Ctrl+Windows logo key +F|
|Lock your computer or switch users.||Windows logo key +L|
|Open the Run dialog box.||Windows logo key +R|
|Cycle through programs on the taskbar.||Windows logo key +T|
|Start the program pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number. If the program is already running, switch to that program.||Windows logo key +number|
|Start a new instance of the program pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number.||Shift+Windows logo key +number|
|Switch to the last active window of the program pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number.||Ctrl+Windows logo key +number|
|Open the Jump List for the program pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number.||Alt+Windows logo key +number|
|Cycle through programs on the taskbar by using Aero Flip 3-D.||Windows logo key +Tab|
|Use the arrow keys to cycle through programs on the taskbar by using Aero Flip 3-D.||Ctrl+Windows logo key +Tab|
|Switch to the program that displayed a message in the notification area.||Ctrl+Windows logo key +B|
|Preview the desktop.||Windows logo key +Spacebar|
|Maximize the window.||Windows logo key +Up Arrow|
|Maximize the window to the left side of the screen.||Windows logo key +Left Arrow|
|Maximize the window to the right side of the screen.||Windows logo key +Right Arrow|
|Minimize the window.||Windows logo key +Down Arrow|
|Minimize all but the active window.||Windows logo key +Home|
|Stretch the window to the top and bottom of the screen.Move a window from one monitor to another.||Windows logo key +Shift+Up ArrowWindows logo key +Shift+Left Arrow or Right Arrow|
|Choose a presentation display mode.||Windows logo key +P|
|Cycle through gadgets.||Windows logo key +G|
|Open Ease of Access Center.||Windows logo key +U|
|Open Windows Mobility Center.||Windows logo key +X|
For additional keyboard shortcuts, visit Microsoft’s Web site here.
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