Battle of the Planning Tools: Gantt Charts versus Burndown Charts

In this article I will look at two useful planning techniques: creating Gantt Charts and creating Burndown Charts. Both have their pluses and minuses. Gantt Charts were named after Henry Gantt, who invented them in the early part of the twentieth century. Burndown Charts are often used in agile environments to track the progress of […]
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PowerApps: Save Your Data Offline

Last year, I created an inspection app for users to take pictures of equipment that will be rented out by their clients. Since this company works with oil companies, the app users find themselves in areas without reception. They would like to be able to save the data offline and upload later when they have […]
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12 Cyber Security Tips to Stay #CyberAware All Year Long

Holidays are coming up and there will undoubtedly be movie messages about keeping the holiday spirit alive not just for one month but the whole year through. Looking back, we just finished National Cyber Security Awareness Month and it’s worth asking: how do we focus on cyber security issues not just during the month of […]
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Introduction to Gantt Charts: A Tool For Everyone Part One

In my first semester in engineering school in the mid-1970s I, along with a cadre of incoming prospective engineering students, took a course that covered a plethora of engineering topics. One portion of that class actually dealt with project management and Gantt and PERT charts. At the time they seemed like topics one had to […]
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Dovecot is Now My Favorite Unix/Linux IMAP Mail Download Server

As you may know, there are two kinds of email systems: Outlook, and everything else. The non-Outlook-based email world consists mainly of three kinds of software: MDAs, MUAs, and anti-spam/antivirus. Dovecot is the glue between your MDA and your MUA. MDAs are the mail delivery agents, such as SendMail, PostFix, OpenSMTPD, and more. An MDA […]
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