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  • VMware Fusion for Mac: Advanced tips for power users

    VMware Fusion for Mac can virtualize multiple OSes on Mac OS X. VMware Fusion's advanced features optimize performance and allow users to control VMs through remote sessions.

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  • How do you connect to the Mac host on VM Fusion?

    A user with an XP VM has a few options to try to connect that VM to the Mac host.

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  • Using VMware Fusion for Mac to get more from your Windows VM

    VMware Fusion for Mac is a boon for IT pros that work with various OSes. VMware Fusion 4, in particular, can create snapshots and allow a Windows VM to use built-in Mac devices.

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  • Remotely access and control Macs and PCs with the LogMeIn app – Top mobile apps for IT administrators

    The LogMeIn app for Android and iOS lets you remotely access PCs and Macs from your mobile device. The app itself is free, but you'll need to have a LogMeIn Pro subscription. You can try LogMeIn Pro for free for two weeks. Once the initial setup is complete, however, the LogMeIn app gives you...

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  • NDIS specification information for a MAC

    I am having a problem with NDIS specification. I will use Ethernet (10 Mbps) and TCP over MAC but I need to use MAC directly.

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  • You can have it all — Macs and PCs on one network

    Group Logic's ExtremeZ-IP allows a mixed Macintosh and PC network to exist by harnessing the TCP/IP protocol. The Marion County, FL, school district has benefitted from the technology, and, in effect, has saved time and money by not needing to switch to an all Windows network.

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  • Office-like app does Windows, Linux & Macs

    A review of MS Office-like ThinkFree Office v 1.7 for Windows, Linux and Macs.

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  • Using Active Directory to manage Macs in a Windows environment

    He's a Mac, she's a PC, and you're a Windows admin. Learn to integrate Mac OS X clients into your Windows environment without causing AD headaches.

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  • Citrix DesktopPlayer for Mac supports offline mobile workers

    Citrix got in on the Mac game with a new client virtualization offering that delivers Windows virtual desktops to Macs – even if they’re offline.

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  • Brief: Mac Components Engineered unveils PowerBook hard drives

    Mac Components Engineered's PowerBook Products Division (MCE PowerBook Products), has debuted two high-capacity expansion bay hard drives for the Apple Powerbook. The Irvine, Calif., Apple developer's new drives are 20G Byte and 30G Byte versions of its popular Xcaret Pro line of expansion bay hard...

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