By Robert McMillan

MOUNTAIN VIEW, California — Want an easier way to log into your Gmail account? How about a quick tap on your computer with the ring on your finger?

This may be closer than you think. Google’s security team outlines this sort of ring-finger authentication in a new research paper, set to be published late this month in the engineering journal IEEE Security & Privacy Magazine. In it, Google Vice President of Security Eric Grosse and Engineer Mayank Upadhyay outline all sorts of ways they think people could wind up logging into websites in the future — and it’s about time..

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So…Does it make sense to upgrade to Windows 8? Depending on who you listen to, Windows 8 is a brilliant reimaging of the operating system paradigm,a consumer-oriented platform that will succeed only with the mobile device crowd, a design catastrophe that’s ill-suited for anyone who needs to do serious work, or Microsoft’s only recourse in a world where PCs are facing extinction. Maybe it’s a little bit of all these things. Just click on the link below to get to the PDF provided by TechRepublic to find out what IT leaders need to focus on when they evaluate the pros and cons of a Windows 8 migration.

The Executives's Guide to Windows 8

InfiNetwork, a leader in IT support services, returned from an intensive educational summit. The conference, which ran from November 8th through the 11th, was specifically designed for IT companies and included training workshops, breakout speeches and presentations, and recreational activities. Each year, IT companies and vendors from around the world descend on Orlando, FL, for the three-day event.


What would be the cost to your business if you lost critical data, even for a day?

Your business data is the lifeblood of your company and the amount you are collecting and storing is growing all the time. Imagine the impact if you lost a day’s data, a week's data, a year’s data, due to inadequate or infrequent back-up processes. What would happen, could you recover?


Get the most out of Microsoft Outlook 2010!

By Michelle Galvaire

Welcome to Microsoft Outlook 2010!

Many of you have upgraded to Outlook 2010 but don't know how or just don't use all of the features availablle to make the most out of Outlook 2010.

To help out the many new comers to Outlook 2010, we've decided to share this video with you.  Take a little bit of time and discover all that you can do with your new Microsoft Outlook 2010.  You'll be amazed and happy to find that you can do a lot more than you thought you could with Outlook 2010. 

Here is the Microsoft Outlook 2010 Overview!

(For full screen presentation, click on the lower right corner)


If you'd like to go to for Outlook 2010 training, just go to:

Please be aware that to view the training material, you will be prompted to install microsoft Silverlight if you don't have it already installed on your PC.

Good luck and have fun!



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