Tuesday, 02 February 2010 09:53
OpenOffice.org is an excellent all-around productivity suite as it is, but you can add a few useful features using extensions to make it better suited for use in a business environment. Here are a handful of extensions worth considering if you are using OpenOffice.org as a business tool.
Yes!... and No!! Well, maybe. Lab Server virtualization is quickly becoming a mainstream route by which IT services are delivered. Already much of the “low hanging fruit” has been identified, with server consolidation projects providing an entry point for...
Linux has numerous tools for the burning of CDs and DVDs. I recently covered the GNOME tool, Brasero. While Brasero is a GNOME-specific tool, K3B is a desktop-independent tool. So whether you have GNOME, KDE, Enlightenment, Fluxbox, or any other graphical desktop (or window manager), K3B will run. And features? You want features?
Hardware failures, power failures, and most of all, storage media failures. Ever notice how fragile digital storage media are? Are we ever going to get digital storage media that can match plain old paper, and other analog media, for reliability and longevity?