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How to Work Outdoors

Working outside is often an eye-squinting, headache-inducing, battery-draining agony. It doesn’t have to be, if you follow these outdoor computing tips.

What Your IT Pro Knows About You--and Can Do to Your Company

Why worry about hackers half a world away? The biggest threat to your business may lurk within your walls, among the IT pros you trust most.

How to Set Up Your Network for PCs and Macs

Here’s how you can get your Windows 7 PC to to play nicely on a network that also has Macs.

How to Stay Safe on Campus: 5 Easy Tips

Keeping your PC and gear safe on campus isn't hard! Here are the steps you need to take in the dorm room, in the library, and in the classroom.

How to Avoid Trouble on Public Computers and Wi-Fi

Reduce your exposure to malware and data theft by minimizing your use of public wireless networks and PCs.

How to Secure Your Home Wi-Fi Network

Protect your wireless network against intrusion.

Backup to Another PC

WNCDude asked the Networking forum about backing up one computer to another over a local network

Google: Five Data Center Energy Saving Ideas You Can Implement

When it comes to saving data center energy few companies would have the expertise of Google, which has some of the largest data centers in the world.

Can I Wirelessly Connect My PC to My HDTV?

Ernest Valdez, Jr. asked how he could wirelessly send a video signal from his computer to his HDTV

on techhive.com

How To Keep Connected While Flying and at the Airport

Here's how to stay online in-flight.

Windows Home Server 2011: What It Is and How to Use It

Windows Home Server 2011 is here. Find out if it's right for you--and how to set it up.

Keep File Dates Intact When Restoring Data From Mozy

If you use Mozy to back up your files, you'll want to make a note of this minor glitch if the time comes to restore them.

Boost a Mobile Hotspot Signal, Extend Windows Media Center to Other TVs

Learn how to use a mobile hotspot to provide Internet access at home and stream Windows Media Center content to other TVs, plus a My Channel Logos tip.