Posts Tagged ‘Networking’

Know Your Network: The Complete Guide

Monday, September 26th, 2011

We spent last week learning all about your home network, your routers, and all the cool things you can do with them. Here’s the complete guide that will teach you how to pick out the best network hardware, get to know it better, make it perform at its best, and access just about anything on your network from practically anywhere in the world.

Link: Lifehacker

Top 5 File Hosting Services To Store Your Files

Wednesday, November 5th, 2008

People have a love and hate relationship with file hosting sites. Some file hosting sites are really handy and make sharing data even simpler than sending a file via email while other services spam you with countless pop ups and forced membership options to simply download a file.

Here is a list of some great file hosting sites that make uploading and sharing files a cakewalk.

Link: Smashing Magazine

Tips To Make Linux Networking Easier

Saturday, October 11th, 2008

Networking is a must-have on all levels of computing. Be it home or corporate, networking is the one aspect of computing that is, without a shadow of a doubt, a deal breaker. And with some help, the Linux operating system can be the king of networking, in both ease of use and security. But that doesn’t mean the average (and sometimes even the above-average) user can’t use some help. These tips should help make Linux networking go a little more smoothly.

Link: TechRepublic

Give Tech Support Or Grab Files Remotely On Any System

Sunday, September 14th, 2008

Whether you’re missing a crucial file at work or home, or you just need to tweak one little setting to get Mom’s email working again, having remote control of another desktop can be seriously handy. But not everybody can walk the less-tech-inclined through installing a VNC server and opening up their router ports, or have the time to create their own SingleClick tech support tool (cool as it may be). Today, we’re looking at the best solutions for getting into a computer remotely, whether you’re helping out Uncle Bif, grabbing files from home, or controlling your media server from the lounger.

Link: Lifehacker