We are having to move quickly in determining the cost of a new server. As we go statewide, we have tech needs that our current server cannot handle. Most importantly, our staff needs the ability to remotely access the server, since we will soon have offices across the state.
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Can you share the Databank price list that you all showed at the last COATI session?
We have a wireless router but would prefer all of our work stations be wired but are out of space on the router. We have several hubs sitting on the shelf. If we went from the router to a hub, would the DHCP in the router assign IP addresses to the computers that are connected to the hub?
At the December 2007 COaTI, during the Graphic and Layout Design workshop, Marcos mentioned the book, "Why Bad Design Happens to Good Causes" by Andy Goodman. Mr. Goodman is giving copies of the book away, one per each non-profit. To order your book go to http://www.agoodmanonline.com/publications/how_bad_presentations_happen/ and follow the link to order.
there's a nice online tutorial on sorting versus filtering in Microsoft Excel at http://articles.techrepublic.com.com/5100-10877-5931207.html
Attached are some SQL cheat sheets:
Attached is the slideshow on data flow diagrams
Which is better? I am currently using Joomla but am not happy with it. I can not get it to do what I want with our graphics and the worst part is trying to find people that are willing to take the time to help me learn to use it. The online documentation is not the best and seems to assume that I know more than I do. I have been told that Drupal is better but harder to learn.