In this book from Realtime Nexus, the author Dan Sullivan illustrates examples of efficient content and document collaboration drawn from a variety of industries, including financial services, life sciences, manufacturing and government. It offers an insightful look at technology solutions, such as electronic documents and forms, which meet the various collaboration and sharing requirements. A set of best practices is included to identify potential areas for more efficient content and forms management, as well as establish supportive workflow processes and security policies.

Windows PowerShell is an extensible automation engine from Microsoft, consisting of a command-line shell and associated scripting language. Windows PowerShell is built on top of, and is integrated with, the Microsoft .NET Framework. Additionally PowerShell enabled easy access to COM and WMI to provide an environment in which administrators perform administrative tasks on both local and remote Windows systems. Recently we had the release of the version 2.0. PowerShell 2.0 is backward-compatible with its earlier one 1.0. This article explains the changes which are undergone from PowerShell 1.0 to PowerShell 2.0.

Simple is one word which can be associated with Windows 7. It’s easy to connect, easy to browse and simple to use. It is designed to make your PC faster, more secure and more reliable. It’s great for home, great for work and all places in between. With Windows 7, you’ll discover easy and exciting new ways to have fun and get things done with your PC. Few top end-user features are listed in this article.