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December 16, 2016

Using Storage Spaces in Windows 10

Normally when we talk about storage spaces, we’re referring to cupboards, closets, and that dark, dust bunny warren under the bed. In Windows 10, Storage Spaces is a feature used to organize where your data is stored, and to protect data in the event of a hard disk crash.

Using Storage Spaces in Windows 10 (ExamForce)

December 13, 2016

HR Outsourcing for your Small Business

Too many small businesses have their office managers doing HR chores on the side, giving employees "good enough" human resources. It doesn't have to be this way.

HR Outsourcing for your Small Business

November 26, 2016

A Brief History of Cisco

Cisco began its life as a startup, and became one of the most valuable companies in the world. Now it's trying to keep pace with today's startups. I covered this topic in an article in the print edition of Certification Magazine; the article is now available online.

A Brief History of Cisco (Certification Magazine)

November 17, 2016

Understanding DNS Records

Candidates preparing to take CompTIA’s Network+ exam (N10-006) must have a strong understanding of the Domain Name Service (DNS) network service. These are the main DNS records you need to know for the Network+ exam.

Understanding DNS Records (ExamForce)

October 1, 2016

Exam Focus: a look at display connectors

Anyone taking the CompTIA A+ hardware exam 220-901 should be able to identify the following different display connectors, and know the differences between them.


September 22, 2016

Virtualization article for Certification Magazine

My article on computer virtualization technology appeared in the Summer 2016 print edition of Certification Magazine. The article is now available on the CertMag.com website.

Virtualization: The tech trick that makes hardware vanish 

August 19, 2016

CompTIA's InfoSec Push: Is it good for IT?

CompTIA has been particularly active in InfoSec in recent years, having created Security+ and its Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP) certifications. Now CompTIA has released a new InfoSec certification, and has another one in the works.

Is CompTIA's InfoSec Push a Positive for IT?