LDAP Browser…

Softerra produce an LDAP browser which is released free.. I have used this for a number of years since version 2, its now on version 4.5 and while its not been updated for about 18 months, its still as useful as ever ! If you are working with AD, Domino or another LDAP based directory,…

My Week with Windows 8…

On Monday I was shown that you could get the Windows 8 Pro upgrade for the measly price of £25, a bargain considering this is Microsoft we are talking about.. I no longer have a desktop to upgrade, everything is run virtualised on my HP Microserver, so I created a clone of my Windows 7…

Got my attention? Outlook has now…

  I use three different mail clients, Lotus Notes & Outlook in the office and gMail at home…  However it is finally becoming only two as we move away from Lotus Notes in the office… There are a small handful of features I will miss from Notes, one of which is the recipient icon indicators.…

Flash Go’on the Nexus 7…

Nexus 7 post number 2… or blimey he doesn’t post for six months then twice in a week!! I wasn’t that fussed about the lack of Adobe Flash on the Nexus 7, HTML 5 delivers most content. Typically my geeky side thought it would be good to see if it can be done.. One quick…

Data under the hood…

Those who know Lotus Domino well, will likely have a copy of NotesPeek installed on their desktop. NotesPeek was written for technical Lotus Notes/Domino® administrators who want to see a more raw view of their Notes databases than the Lotus Notes® client provides. It allows you an explorer style hierarchical top down view of all…

Archiving, De-duplication & Retention…

Computerworld recently published a short article titled Five ways to get the most out of Storage. There they talk about the recent issues encountered in Thailand having a knock on effect the the price of storage. Recent flooding in Thailand has affected many hard drive manufacturers, resulting in price hikes for hard drives of as…