Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard LXM-00004 Review

I’ve been using ergonomic keyboards from Microsoft, on and off, for around 10 years now. I originally started because I’m on a computer all day long and I started to get sore wrists. Stop sniggering at the back there. My first ergonomic keyboard was the Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000. I loved that thing. I …
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Updating Exchange Distribution Lists from a CSV file

I was recently asked to create a load of distribution lists in Exchange Online. I was also asked to give the owner of the distribution list a simple method of keeping them up to date and frankly, I was more than happy to oblige with that. I have enough to do during the day, keeping …
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Why I Don’t Use Social Media

In today’s episode of “Who cares what you think? You’re just some weirdo on the Internet who runs a blog that no-one reads!”, I’m going to have a go at explaining why I don’t use social media. Minor spoiler, it’s not just because I’m an anti-social computer nerd. On most of the other blogging sites …
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PRTG – Flow Monitoring

I have a new favourite toy at work. It hasn’t quite overtaken ConfigMgr as my absolute favourite but it’s close. I’m having fun with it though, and that’s the main thing. Apart from, you know, its entire business function, but that’s minor, right? My new toy is called PRTG which is written by a company called …
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Dell Business Docking Stations

There are a few posts on this site called “The Grand(ish) Experiment” where I talk about using Dell Venue tablets with their respective docking stations, exploring their potential to replace desktop machines. The idea was that every office desk and classroom would have a docking station, teachers would have their own tablets with the software …
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