Tuesday, February 21, 2006

:Cancer Benefit Golf Tournament in York

The 15th annual Peter A. LaCesa memorial golf tournament will be held on May 20th at Briarwood Golf Course in York Pennsylvania. The benefit has donated almost $120,000 to the York unit of the American Cancer Society and the York Cancer Center Patient Fund. Virtual October is proud to be a sponsor of the event. Please see their website for more information, to register, or to sponsor the event. www.palgolf.org

:Outlook limits

Here is a new one for you. Not only do you have the limits imposed by an Exchange server for your Outlook 2003 settings, but you also have a local registry setting that imposes limits on Outlook's local .pst and .ost file sizes. Only fix, keep your inbox trimmed down.

Monday, February 20, 2006

:Trend Micro Licensing NOW ONLINE

Now it is even easier to renew your Trend Micro license. http://licenseonline.virtualoctober.com

Our online portal makes renewing Trend Micro software as simple as 1, 2, 3. We can provide you a custom quote, and checkout is simple and fast right online.

Also available on the portal is harware and equipment, as well as another source for purchasing MS software.

:Quickbooks 2006

Networking with the latest version of Quickbooks just got easier. Quickbooks 2006 includes a database server to assist performance in multi-user networks. The database server runs on the computer sharing the database or on a network server like Microsoft Windows Server 2003.
Learn More Here.

Friday, February 17, 2006

:Microsoft BETA

No, it's not a new Microsoft product name. It's MS's pre-release trial period product names. Microsoft has released a plethora of Beta's. Here is the brief list.

Windows Defender - Formally Microsoft AntiSpyware. Free realtime spyware scanner.
Windows OneCare Live

Windows Live Safety Center - Online version of Windows OneCare Live.
Windows Live Safety Center

Thursday, February 16, 2006

:Windows Vista

Article on the new versions of Windows coming out in 2007.
The only thing missing is Small Business Edition..

Wednesday, February 08, 2006


Today I felt like I drove in circles. Up one side of the river, down the other, then up again, and then down again. Moving profiles here, resetting an entire office's IP settings there. Thank goodness the last circle included a few beers and a hockey game. Not bad for a days work.