Don't-Miss Networking Stories
Software updates aren't just for PCs any more. Here's how to fix bugs and add new features to your existing hardware with a few easy patches.
Rick answers reader e-mail about a computer clock that's slightly off, a Windows XP system that won't shut down, and troubleshooting slow Wi-Fi connections.
Sharing printers across a network distributes their cost as well as their functionality. Here's a quick network printing guide for small businesses.
Teach your PC and smartphone to turn on your lights during midnight bathroom breaks, lock your doors, wake you up (with coffee!), and more.
Crazy4laptops asked the Windows forum about “not so smart moments with computers?”
Any number of factors can cause a slow Internet connection. To see if it's a Wi-Fi problem, plug your PC directly into the router.
Here's how to troubleshoot slow networking on a hotspot, speed up your netbook with a new OS, and get 250MB of free online storage with Dropbox.
Whether for a business based at home or in an office highrise, plugging energy leaks can bring measurable savings.
Switching to Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, can save a small business hundreds of dollars per month, while giving your phone system room to grow as your business expands.
Ignorance and seemingly innocent activities can subject you to fines, lawsuits, and even jail. Here's how to play it safe.
As a company grows, a more robust network infrastructure becomes essential. Here's a simple guide to creating a safe and reliable network that keeps data protected and workers productive.
How a maker of industrial equipment improved productivity and reduced costs throughout the factory floor and offices.
The reading features alone make electronic book readers and tablet PCs with e-book readers worthwhile business investments. Here are five reasons.
A fundamental change in how the Internet works is likely to come in the next few years. Failing to plan now could cause your business to miss network security and performance benefits, and to suffer higher costs and painful outages.