At the start of each of my application courses at a major metropolitan University, I have been asked to hand out some security “postcards” and briefly discuss anti spyware/malware security precautions. The institute wants to reduce the incidence of staff bring in problems from home to the work network. A real concern to IT departments in this age of highly mobile devices of increasing power and usefulness. The official discussion often leads to a few questions seeking explanation of the threats and what to do in response.
In the past I have have posted links to various Acrobat resources. Adobe have now created an all encompassing Acrobat user resource that includes recorded how to video, forums, articles and live seminars. This can be found at http://acrobatusers.com/.
This seminar “Working together with Office and SharePoint” looks interesting. Australian (Brisbane) readers should note that the time translates to Thursday, 17 March 2011 at 3:00:00 AM. I can get up OK for the 4:30 or 5pm seminars, for this I’ll set my alarm, wish me luck.
On Friday, I was catching up on my podcasts and listing to Hilton Giesenow‘s The MOSS Show and in Episode 34 Hilton interviews Pej Javaheri from the SharePoint B.I. team at Microsoft about Business Intelligence and SharePoint.
What got my attention was PowerPivot which is an add-in for Excel or SharePoint that allows you to connect to large tables of data to do pivot table analysis.
For people needing to put together system user guides and training notes, who need to get screen captures , Windows 7 offers the Snipping Tool and Office 2010 has the Screenshot tool. These two movies briefly show how to use them. Continue reading “Snipping and Screenshot Tools”
Currently working on a simple form that emails to a nominated email address which uses Classic ASP and VbScript. I normally use JMail or similar components installed on IIS depending on what the hosting service has available.
In this case I am using CDO.sys which is native to IIS to achieve the same result.
Continuing my practice of the last post on Sunday night reflecting my varied musical taste and not involving computers or IT in any way, this is from the Western, Rio Bravo. Continue reading “Sunday Night Music”