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My IT Tools

Posted November 14th, 2006 in General by Jeff O'Hara

I was sitting here thinking about what I use on a daily basis that allows me to get my work done.  I’m constantly trying out new tools to see if I can incorporate them into my daily life to try and streamline my work flow.  Some of these tools workout, but most just get forgotten about never to be thought of again.

  • SSH
  • VIM
  • Dreamweaver
  • Dual-Screens Web Browser on one screen, productivity app on another.
  • Firefox
  • Google Reader
  • Google Docs & Spreadsheets
  • VNC
  • Skype
  • Blackberry 7100i
  • Groupwise & Gmail

i Know I’m missing some stuff but these are probably the most prevalent.  What do you use on a daily basis for your work flow.

One Response so far.

  1. Jack says:

    You have to add one more. It’s called IBackup for Windows (www.ibackup.com/ibwin_new.htm)rated by none other than PC World as the `best all-around backup service’ in a review of online backup services.

    IBackup for Windows can backup and restore your critical files interactively or schedule regular online backups for Windows desktops, laptops and servers. It has the look and feel of the native Windows Explorer combined with some really powerful scheduling and logging features. IBackup for Windows can automatically select critical user data and the incremental and compressed backups done by it greatly reduce network bandwidth by transferring only portions of file that were modified or changed. All backups are secure with the highest level of 128-bit SSL encryption on transmission

    IBackup for Windows also does backups of System state data, MS SQL Server, MS Exchange Server, open files and mailboxes (Brick-Level backups). With the Snapshots’ feature an account holder can see the files stored in his IBackup account during the previous days. The user can open, drag-and-drop, edit and save files in his account using IDrive (www.ibackup.com/IBDrive_new.htm), which maps his online account as a local drive in his PC.

    With Web-Manager (www.ibackup.com/webmanager.htm) Web-Manager a user can create folders and share files or folders with others for collaborative access. It’s a browser-based application that also allows sharing of files and folders and ‘privately sharing’ of data instantly with another IBackup user. The shared data becomes immediately available to the shared user and integrates seamlessly with the shared user’s account.

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