You have carefully developed a workflow with Visual Studio. Deployment and testing go smoothly on your dev machine. Some weeks or months later, the business requests some changes to the workflow. You implement the required changes and again deployment and testing (on your dev machine) also work fine. Now you try to upgrade the version you have on the production environment. And then the nightmare of versioning workflows begins…
This article provides manual and programmatic methods of clearing the SharePoint designer cache for both SharePoint 2010 and 2013. Clearing the cache will remove any past connection history as well provide you a “clean slate” to work from.
Smart phones have advanced so much. They can now be used to measure distance, heart rate, temperature, etc. They can even digitize paper documents and process payments from a credit card. Here are a few things that many people do not know their smartphones are capable of.
People fall victim to malicious software attacks everyday. Online scams, identity theft and several other internet crimes make the virtual world very much as dangerous as the real world. By adopting a few good internet habits however, you can significantly reduce the risks. This article describes ten good security habits for staying safe online.
Cloud computing has become one of the most talked-about subjects in the world of corporate IT. However, in spite of the hype, there’s also a strong case against cloud-based services, particularly in certain situations. This article takes a look at the more problematic side of cloud computing while comparing it directly to its on-premises alternatives.
Recent improvements in technology have led to the development of Solid State Drives, known as SSDs for short. These are new forms of hard drives that enable computers to work at higher efficiency. This article looks at what SSDs are, and explains why they are so revolutionary.