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on Mar 31st, 2010 2:04 pm | Comments Off
This is a continuation of my interview with the Academic Technology Systems Administrators about technology planning at Palomar College. In this part we focus on some rubber meets the road issues like paperless environments, AV technologies, telephony, and lots of other issues. The written response of the technicians is provided in the post below, and the audio of an interview with them follows the post.
Additional Questions for ATRC Staff
1. Would you support a goal of creating a paperless environment at Palomar College, if it meant that you would not have access to printers and would have to...
Posted by Terry Gray in beta software, Microsoft, Office, Outlook
on Jan 12th, 2010 6:23 pm | Comments Off
In my MS Office online newsletter today I found a notice about a new “Forgotten Attachment Detector” for Outlook from Microsoft labs. Actually, it is from an employee of Microsoft labs, Bhavesh Chauhan, who developed it on his own time and MS labs liked it so much they are distributing it with him. Imagine, a tool made for Office, endorsed by MS–though with the usual warnings about lab/beta software–to make us look less stupid. Sounds like a winner to me.
Here are the installation specs:
Requirements: Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7, Outlook 2007, .NET 3.5 SP1 and VSTO...