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April 20, 2012 | Anthony Suda: Automatic Amazon EC2 snapshot backups
Amazon Web Services EC2 platform has a great snapshot feature that can be used as a backup for your server and files. Here’s how I’ve automated the process so there is a backup around in case something bad happens.
April 17, 2012 | Anthony Suda: Bonjour Printers Over VLANs
So there’s an inherent flaw with Apple’s Bonjour service that, among other things, allows for quick sharing and setup of shared printers over a network: it won’t talk across VLANs. So if your network has different VLAN segments, printers (and computers) in one, can’t use Bonjour to talk to computers in another.
Here’s a way I’ve found to fix this headache.
April 16, 2012 | Terry Luschen: The Importance of External IDs in Integrations
External IDs are an important way to tie Salesforce data to data in an internal system like SAP, Oracle or Siebel. Read on to learn about external ids and how to use them with the Partner API.
April 11, 2012 | Anthony Suda: Desk Phone Exodus
Here at Sundog we’ve seen a recent reclamation of desk space. More than 10% of our users have chosen to forward their work extensions to their mobile phones so they not only free up some desk space, but are easier to reach when they’re away from their desk.
April 09, 2012 | Preston Johnson: 8 Lessons Facebook Can Teach Us About Release Management
Recently, Ars Technica’s Ryan Paul got an unprecedented look inside Facebook’s release management process while the company rolled out the new timeline feature for brand pages. He spent two days alongside Facebook’s Chuck Rossi, Facebook’s release engineering team lead, and learned how the site’s aggressive development changes are pushed to the 845 Million people who use the world’s second most popular website. Here are 8 lessons we can learn from Facebook about release management.
March 27, 2012 | Preston Johnson: Support Should Be a Top Budget Priority
Annual budgeting in any organization is something almost every manager loathes. Every department wants a piece of the pie. With all these new projects begging for attention, it’s easy to overlook support budgets for existing technology systems.
March 23, 2012 | Greg Ewing Lee: The Clouds are Shifting: Trends Toward Increased Cloud Adoption
As the cost of cloud solutions continues to decrease, the desire to move more core business functions to cloud is increasing. However, the quest for a cloud-centric enterprise has several roadblocks, many of which continue to lower.
March 20, 2012 | Terry Luschen: Using Excel with APEX Data Loader
The APEX Data Loader is a great tool for moving data in and out of Salesforce, but what should you do when your data needs to be cleaned before it is uploaded to Salesforce? Read-on for some ideas on how Excel can help you.
January 11, 2012 | Anthony Suda: 2012 IT Resolutions
Here are my IT resolutions for 2012. Maybe your IT staff could benefit from some of them:
December 29, 2011 | Anthony Suda: Using Google Chrome with multiple Google Accounts
Before, if you had a personal Gmail account and your work used Google Apps, and you wanted to have both open, you needed to have two different browsers open or at least make use of Google’s Multiple Sign In option. Well now with Google Chrome browser, things are a little better…
September 16, 2011 | Paul Bourdeaux: Sanford Health Announces New Hospital With AR Campaign
Whether we’re talking about their new facilities or their marketing campaigns, Sanford Health is on the cutting of edge of innovation. When Sanford announced plans to construct a new 371-bed hospital and clinic in southwest Fargo earlier this month, they did it with an Augmented Reality campaign that lets you view the new building from all sides.
September 13, 2011 | Anthony Suda: Cloud Computing is Green
Making use of Cloud Computing is becoming very popular with businesses for many reasons: security, performance, simplicity. But one benefit that’s sometimes overlooked is that using Cloud Computing is also Green.