GCN LAB REVIEW: ViewSonic’s PJ260D is a great projector if you don’t know what kind of lighting conditions you’ll have to deal with.
Quick View Plus 10 from Avantstar opens a window on the files lurking in the dark recesses of your computer.
The 802.11n wireless access points differed in performance and features, but all of them were easy to set up and came with the latest security features.
The SMCWEB-N EZ Connect N Pro could be what you need if you want a quick and easy wireless implementation and still have other 10/100 bottlenecks in your network.
The AirStation Nfiniti Wireless-N Router and Access Point is good for any network that still has at least one existing 100 megabits/sec bottleneck.
The Belkin N+ Wireless Router would do well in almost any situation. But in more secure environments, you might want to make sure other security features are in place.
If shelf space is at a premium and you have wireless devices that need bridging, the D-Link AirPremier N Access Point might be the AP you need.
Despite its high price, the Netgear ProSafe WNDAP330 could be the AP you need if you want a more secure administration interface, which may be a requirement in some organizations.
The VeriWave tests were invaluable in pointing out an access point's flaws and quirks, and the real-world file-transfer tests indicated how it would perform in an office environment.
GigaTribe lets you share files fast and securely with your trusted tribe of friends, family and colleagues.
With Creative Suite 4, Adobe delivers best-of-class products in nearly every niche of digital document, Web, image and sound production.
The beta version of Windows 7 has attractive interface features, faster performance than Vista and security elements that will appeal to feds, such as the ability to require encryption on all key drives that connect to the network.
With accurate colors, consistent brightness and a reasonable price, the 20-inch AL2016WBsd from Acer is well suited to nearly any office environment.
Diskeeper 2009 can defragment even seasoned, mature hard drives and give them a new lease on life.
For $130, you get a video-editing tool that could compete with professional programs that cost about $1,000.