If you think your PC has been slowing down, maybe its time for a free diagnostic computer health scan to give you some idea of just what is going on. RegCure PRO is now out and they are offering a free online diagnostic scan. You can feel confident by the way because ParetoLogic is a certified Microsoft Partner. RegCure PRO is fully automated to help you get your PC back up to the speeds you fully expected from it when you purchased it! It cleans up old files and registry errors that significantly slow your PC down over time.
There have been excellent reviews on this particular software so we thought you would like to know that it is now released. The following excerpt below from ParetoLogic, a Microsoft software partner, explains some new features of this excellent PC speed optimizer utility. Its simple and easy to install and run. The free demo below will let you know if there are issues with your PC that need clean up. The software is fully automated to fix those issues for you with one click. No computer knowledge is needed to run it! (This software will NOT run on an Apple PC… it is designed for Microsoft Windows users only…)
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Improved Mobile Computing between Apple iPad iPhone and Microsoft Software
So you received a new iPad or iPhone as a gift. You’ve spent a good portion of your time playing with it, loading up all sorts of wonderful aps from the Apple App Store, and guess what, you really love it!. You might even have taught yourself how to sync all your devices using iCloud! Life is good… right? Well so you thought, at least until you tried to figure out how to use some of your most important Microsoft Office applications while traveling.
You painfully discover that if you need to use Microsoft MS Word, Excel, or PowerPoint or any of the MS Office suite back at the office, you’re are going to have a big problem using your new iPad mini, iPad Retina or iPhone5 to produce work using Windows based applications. In fact now you might also be thinking I sure wish this gift was a Microsoft Surface tablet instead! Well now, that’s water under bridge. After all, you don’t look a gift horse in the mouth do you? So then just what IS the best approach and strategy to use your new iPad and iPhone on the road and still get the work done you need on the Microsoft Office Suite?
Solving this cross application platform problem is not as simple as downloading a free app or even a single paid for app for that matter. More that likely you probably already discovered that sad fact! Trust us, we have tried almost every editor and application out there. None provide a one stop solution. At most you may be able to READ a file but not edit it. However we did some research and in doing so discovered and tested a clever way of using a few strategic apps together, most of them free, alongside a powerful PC utility coupled with free cloud based resources (no, not iCloud). If you set these up correctly the combination of these small applications provided below will allow you to work “on the go” across both your Apple Devices AND your PC based desktop / laptop seamlessly and without spending a whole lot of extra money!
This review will help answer these questions:
1. How can I use a free PC based cloud service like Dropbox or Google Drive to share files across devices? (Between Apple and Windows PC computers)
2. How do I edit and save a file in MS Word, PowerPoint or Excel on-the-go with my Apple Device and still be able to edit that same file on my PC when I get to the home or office?
3. How to edit work in Microsoft Word .docx .ppt or .xls file using and iPad so that it can still be edited on a PC?
4. How to backup files on your Apple Devices and synchronize them with your PC Desktop so that the files are always CURRENT across all of your iPhone, iPad and also PC Windows based computers?
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Top Rated Accessory Software for iPod / iPhone / iPad and iTunes
Some of our readers have asked us to recommend a review of popular, reliable and user friendly software applications and services for expanding the power and use of your iPod, iPhone, and iPad. Especially as it relates to iTunes software and managing music to get the most out of your Apple products. We have recently been provided with a short list of some excellent software from an email newsletter recently published over at Rockbridge Reviews.
You can investigate and learn more details from the More Information / Developer’s Homepage links. There is also a reprint of an article submitted here at ZZ News and Reviews about Media Monkey as an iTunes alternative if you want to evaluate a more advanced and user friendly alternative to iTunes software for your Apple and Android devices!
Is your computer running too slow for your personality and patience? If so, then you will want to check out some of the useful comparison information in this review article:The Cure For Registry Malfunctionitis before seeking out a professional mental health provider!
Most of the time computer slowdown and sluggishness is due to problems in your Windows registry, especially if you are still using a Microsoft operating system like XP or Vista. Windows 7 does do a much better job of performing this type of care and feeding maintenance behind the scenes for you. However, if you are still on an Windows XP or 7 operating system you might want to learn a bit more about the benefits of keeping both your PC Registry and your hard drive maintained properly with low cost automated cleanup software. Learn more about what the Windows PC Registry does and why in fact you need to be concerned about its health as well in this recent FAQ article associated with PC Health Advisor… this is a super utility that does a great job of pinpointing what parts of your PC system need clean up and optimization to make it run faster… !
There are many products on the internet that claim to do these services for you. Some are not worth even the few dollars they charge for their products. Many however are exceptional.You should always do some comparison shopping and find out more about PC utilities and compare for more in depth information.
Book Review: Management By Process
Ever wonder what it was like working and managing at a leading edge high tech firms during the rise of the Silicon Valley in the 80s and 90s? Ever wonder what’s changed and why? If you are interested in the history of Silicon Valley, and the management theories and philosophies (both good and bad) that sprang from the very heart and soul of the information technology revolution, then you will like Managing By Process: A Silicon Valley Retrospective. It provides some very interesting insights written in an unusually stealthy essay by an insider, Scott Adams with over 30 years of business management experience at not one but two of the top Fortune 100 companies in Silicon Valley. Its instructive, informative and also pointedly sarcastic and critical of the management style that sprang from Silicon Valley during the past two decades. If you are a new manager or even a seasoned manager — whether you work for a large company or a small one — we recommend you take a look There is a free sample link here for Kindle readers and also at the bottom of the review article.
Reprinted with permission from BlogCritics:
Article first published as Book Review: Managing by Process: A Silicon Valley Retrospective by Scott Adams on Blogcritics.
Managing by Process: A Silicon Valley Retrospective, written by Scott Adams, a senior manager at two top Fortune 100 companies located in the hot-bed of the 1990s Silicon Valley technology explosion, provides an interesting and sometimes humorous retrospective on the changes in culture that took place in the heart of Silicon Valley over the past three decades. With over 30 years of experience managing in this once unique culture, Mr. Adams successfully traces back the evolution of the once employee-centric business culture which dominated the Silicon Valley corporate environment into a culture that now remains only in a handful of firms in the surrounding Bay Area. Why the change? Adams takes you on both an informative and entertaining journey to answer this very question… and provide some insight and lessons for managers seeking to change culture within their organizations today.
The reader is transported back 30 years to a healthier time where a set of five key employee-centric business process principles reigned supreme. These were the hallmark principles at several leading edge Silicon Valley firms during the dawn of the digital information revolution. The author traces the changes and factors which led up to the erosion of these very same principles over the course of the last two decades. Adams offers both seasoned and novice managers alike several worthwhile insights on the value of learning from the mistakes of the past in order to lay a solid foundation for the future.
Managing by Process is cleverly written and interlaced with a number of true stories and humorous anecdotes which illustrate the pros and cons of the paradoxical management theories and fads spawned in Silicon Valley during past several decades: MBO (Management by Objective), Team and Individual “Self Appraisals,” complex performance evaluations, ISO 9000 hysteria, Hoshin and other overly convoluted planning practices. The rise of outsourcing, “leadership training,” Six Sigma, TQM and the questionable liberal use of new age MBA consultants who at times redirected the course of major multinational organizations based solely on “theory” with little or no real world business management experience are just a few phenomena examined!
Original Article Located Here: http://blogcritics.org/books/article/book-review-managing-by-process-a/#ixzz1YXoojmQY