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IT security and usage tips


Courtesy of sister site AccountingWEB, we've uncovered some useful guides on IT security and usage tips as part of our month's focus on IT Training.

Back-ups - The secret to surviving IT system failures
Based on painful personal experience, Chris Bales gives a run-down on the precautions all computer users should take to ensure that they could get back up and running with a minimum of fuss if their systems failed.

Is IT a man's world?: fewer women IT professionals
Amanda Akien of looks at the declining number of women IT professionals and what the government is trying to do to encourage more women into IT.

An introduction to .NET and Web services
There has been a lot of interest in recent months in Microsoft's latest software concept, .NET. Office ProductivITy guru Simon Hurst provides a simple, easy-to-follow guide to the software world's Next Big Thing.

The IT Zone Guide to Buying a PC
Whether you are planning to build your own PC from scratch or are buying from one of the big-name suppliers, Gail Perrys component-by-component will help you prioritise your needs and make a sensible selection.

Top tips on email policy from Baltimore Technologies
Jonathan Tait, European product marketing manager for Baltimore Technologies' content security group, gave some top tips for email policy.

Word FAQs
As part of his IT support work at The Knowledge Base, ProductivITy Kit author Simon Hurst runs an online eSupport service. This article gives some quick answers to the most frequently asked questions he receives about Microsoft Word.

Understanding threats and vulnerabilities
In the second in this series of articles written by Stewart Twynham of Bawden Quinn, we look at 'Understanding the threats and vulnerabilities – why is hacking so easy?'.

Office and Windows tips
To celebrate the launch on AccountingWEB of his Office ProductivITy eSupport and advice service, Simon Hurst has published some of his favourite Office and Windows tips.


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