My top ten software I will be depending on for the new year 2010. Every year end, I will evaluate and budget what software or tools I need for the next year.
A cellular router like IR711GS55 can grant you remote access to your systems. You can establish a expressvpn (Virtual Private Network) with cellular routers and gain access to your remote PLC’s via Ethernet, RS-232 or RS-485 ports. Cellular routers provide practical management of your devices and reduce maintenance costs.
My new favorite application is Text Wrangler. An easy and powerful text editor that now replaces my Dreamweaver and other text editors. Text Wrangler let me read web files like HTML, PHP, etc with ease and speed. It also allows me to edit and save online through FTP client, like Cyberduck.
Cyberduck is now my favorite FTP client. So easy to use and have variety of options to configure your login style. I can use it to login to my MobileMe account (formally known as.Mac) and all my FTP sites.
Do I know about managing my banking, investments, and deposits? Do I have an understanding about shopping carts, settlement dates, and merchant banking? What’s the best deal on cc processing rates? Who does a good job on shopping carts? What about inventory management? Do I have an understanding of how PayPal works and problems associated with PayPal?
The retail release (a.k.a. “release 1”) of Windows 95 contained a bug that prevented use of more than one DNS server. This problem was fixed in OS Release2.
A basic yardstick though is that the more features a router has the more expensive it will be to buy. At the bottom end if you have older laptops with maybe 802.11b or g wireless cards (more than 3 years old likely) you are likely to probably only need a basic router. E.g. Tenda Wireless-N150 could be a quick option with just b or g connectivity turned on.
With SATCYPRUS you automatically receive unlimited bandwidth which means you can listen to UK radio stations online all day long and watch any UK/GERMAN/USA tv shows without restrictions.