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Date: 2006-11-13
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Architecture 101: City Planning
Part one of a four-part series on Enterprise Architecture strategies
The position of Architect is relatively new but the concept is old. This series looks at exposing what Architecture means for companies, who you should be building as architects and the tools your Architects need to succeed in their roles.

Part 16: Managing Network Passwords in Windows
Home and Small Office Networking Series
Part 16: Managing Network Passwords in Windows - Do you have more than one computer in your home or small office? If you do, you need a network! Using the network, you can share a single internet connection between all your computers, transfer files with a few mouse-clicks rather than a pile of floppy disks, and work wirelessly with your laptop from anywhere in the room. You can also use your network for sharing printers, playing music, and vanquishing the enemy in multi-player online games.

Four on the Core
Intel and AMD are bringing quad-core computing to the party -- now it's up to software developers
Dual core CPUs from both Intel and AMD have been on the market for over a year, and both companies have now announced quad core chips. However, each company is touting a slightly different architecture. AMDs chips, to ship in mid-2007, will contain four cores in a single chip, while Intels product will actually consist of a package containing a pair of dual core chips. It is expected to ship this month. But what does all this really deliver to enterprise users?

Part 12: Windows File Sharing
Home and Small Office Networking Series
Part 12: Windows File Sharing - Do you have more than one computer in your home or small office? If you do, you need a network! Using the network, you can share a single internet connection between all your computers, transfer files with a few mouse-clicks rather than a pile of floppy disks, and work wirelessly with your laptop from anywhere in the room. You can also use your network for sharing printers, playing music, and vanquishing the enemy in multi-player online games.

New Microsoft IE 7 Browser Offers Improvements To Catch Up With Rivals

The long-awaited upgrade to Microsoft's Web browser is here, introducing the masses to features available for years in rival products.

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