Tag Archives: Information Technology

I was recently the keynote speaker and the IT professional development event hosted by Cuyahoga Community College and the Helpdesk Institute.  My keynote demonstrated possible career paths for the IT students.  Some asked specific questions on what they might do based on their individual backgrounds. IT Professional Development – HDI Keynote – Eric Vanderburg from Eric Vanderburg

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For those of you using Microsoft's Data Protection Manager and Exchange Server 2007 SP1 x64, you will definitely want to check out this blog entry.  We followed the Microsoft guides for using DPM with Exchange Server 2007 SP1 x64, but the guides give you the wrong information and you end up with consistency errors like this one: The replica of Storage group First Storage Group on mail.vanderburg.com is inconsistent with the protected data source. All protection activities for data source will fail until the replica is synchronized with consistency check.…

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Physics in games has grown rapidly over the last few years. Characters are interacting with their virtual environments in many ways that were impossible years ago. Take, for example, the new Tomb Raider game. In the game, you can kick rocks and, depending on which angle you kick them and the incline, the rock will roll in that direction relative to the force you applied. Also, tools and projectiles respond based on laws contained in the physics engine. The power of graphics cards is increasing rapidly. A powerful graphics card could…

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