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Putting Linux to Work

by July 6, 2001

How to install Linux on your system

Linux File and Print Server

by July 6, 2001

Setting one up for Win 9x users

Installing Linux

by July 6, 2001

The PCQ June 2000 CD of Red Hat 6.2 that you are holding ...

Help in Linux

by July 6, 2001

Linux comes with comprehensive help. Both on CD, and on the Internet

An MP3 Server in Linux

by July 6, 2001

Configure Linux for playing MP3s over your network

Servers get Slimmer

by June 18, 2001

With space at a premium, rack and ultradense servers stack more power and capacity into lesser and lesser space

More Reliability with RAID

by June 18, 2001

A widely used technology in servers, RAID combines multiple hard drives into a single logical drive. It is used to increase reliability and uptime in servers and give you faster data access.

Why Tablet Computers haven’t taken off

by June 18, 2001

Tablet computers have been around for a long time, but they haven’t yet entered the mainstream. Can they do so now?

Speed with SCSI

by June 18, 2001

The umpteen revisions that this high-speed interface standard has undergone, and where it’s heading now

Beyond Virus Scans

by June 18, 2001

Junk mail and obscene content are fast becoming the bane of everyone. A new genre of software helps you filter unwanted content from the Web

Smell that Perfume Online

by June 18, 2001

It will soon be possible to send a scented e-card or taste a chocolate online. Here’s a closer look at some new technologies that will enhance our virtual reality experience

Hardware for Embedded Devices

by June 18, 2001

Universal Micro system is a general-purpose hardware that can be programmed and used to develop applications for different embedded devices

A Programmable Graphics Chip

by June 18, 2001

GeForce 3, NVIDIA’s new GPU, can be programmed by game developers

An Intelligent Web with SunONE

by June 18, 2001

This smart and context-sensitive system promises to unite applications from all ‘Webs’ and make them work in tandem. They can deliver information based on who you are, where you are, and what you are doing at a particular time

Making the Right Moves

by June 18, 2001

There is something more than meets the eye in Cisco’s $4 billion write-off charges this quarter. Meanwhile, Hewlett-Packard seems to be on a risky course

Benchmarking Accounts Receivables

by June 18, 2001

Is your accounts-receivables’ software up to the mark?

Managing Customer Relations in the Electronic Age

by June 18, 2001

eCRM solutions give companies a more interactive and personalized way of handling customer relations Cisco’s record write off 

What’s your Return on Investment?

by June 18, 2001

Firms are no longer in a mad rush to be Web-enabled. Instead, they do a cost-benefit analysis first and find out if investments will bring any tangible benefits

Copy Cat

by June 18, 2001

Attempts by people to pick up stuff from websites and pass it off as their own are on the increase. One needs to guard against this

The Firewall Primer

by June 17, 2001

Questions on firewalls answered, and two hardware firewalls for the SOHO segment reviewed.