Recently, I had the good fortune to attend HP Discover 2013 in Las Vegas, NV. Overall, it was a really good show, at which I learned some really cool new things about HP, as well as new ways of performing the routine stuff.
Terminal Services (or Remote Desktop if you prefer) is a good thing. It allows you to remotely connect to a server to manage it.
There are sites out there that charge folks for answers. Yup hard to believe, right? This is incredible to me, since most of the information they provide is free, if you simple use your favorite search engine to find the answer.
About one month ago, I became the proud owner of a Microsoft Surface RT. So far, I'm loving it. This seems to be contrary to the thoughts of the majority of folks in IT, but hey, I've always been a bit different.
I've been using the trusty command prompt in Windows, well, forever. Having started my life in IT as a DOS keyboard jockey, it's been a part of my life that just won't go away.
In my current position, it is necessary to write large amounts of technical documentation. For this, I use a variety of tools to create a "master" document, which then gets uploaded to either a SharePoint repository, or to our Wiki.