Best IT websites

 
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Malika
SysAider
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Hello!

I also find

www.eventid.net

... most helpful in times of trouble.

Best regards to all,
SysAid VP Product
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Some nostalgic moments......
Back in 2008 I posted this post that accumulated a nice number of views by the way!
How the world has changed since then.....
Best IT websites ? I don't even think i even go to websites anymore - i get all the info I need with Flipboard and Zite on my iPad!
Downloads sites ? the App stores / market of course !



Just wanted to share........

I will put myself a reminder to check back on this post in 3 more years and see what the future holds......
SysAid CEO
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I waited to see some feedback here - no luck.
So how and where are you guys get your info nowadays
SysAider
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I am adding also those one to refresh a little bit this post

https://www.wired.com/
https://www.engadget.com/
https://us.gizmodo.com/




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https://www.itcuties.com/ - Take IT easy. Video tutorials about IT
SysAider
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Oded M,
Oldies but Goodies

www.arubanetworks.com/
www.flukenetworks.com/


~ keyshop
SysAider
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I dont think they were mentioned, but i like:

https://www.dnsstuff.com/
https://www.testexchangeconnectivity.com/
and
https://www.overclockers.com.au/

overclockers isnt really an IT place as such, but its got mostly it....and some food pics.
SysAider
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If anyone else is a Small Business I recommend this site.

https://www.smallbusinesscomputing.com/
SysAider
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I try this www.theregister.co.uk and Mymathdone.com its good.

This message was edited 1 time. Last update was at May. 30, 2014 05:39 AM

Former Community Manager
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Hi Fellow SysAiders!

I couldn't resist adding Toms Hardware Guide.. I've been a fan of their content for several years, especially during the era of overclocking Celerons to 1 GHZ (which ended in many burnt CPUs) back in the late 90's. I still remember their first video when they tested the thermal throttling of Pentium IV vs. AMD, which can be found here on Youtube.

Cheers!

Michael
SysAid Community Manager Product Team
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Hey there! This is a fairly old thread, so let's reboot it with the best IT websites of your choice for today! If you want, share why you chose them and we'll collect and post them in an article on our blog, giving you guys credit, and sharing the knowledge with others

I'll start with Ars Technica as my go-to source of IT, technology and security news. Their articles are on-point and very detailed, so - highly recommended!
Edit: Oh I see this was already posted! So let's mention the great hivemind of Reddit forums, particularly the /r/technology, /r/hardware, and /r/sysadmin subreddits, among many others where you can get your tech news and participate in discussions.

A honorary mention to ThinkGeek for having awesome merchandize for geeks of all trades.

Share your own, don't be shy

Cheers,
Danny

This message was edited 2 times. Last update was at Oct. 30, 2016 10:58 AM

SysAider
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SysAider
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Mostly which of the following device is used to carry user files?
A. Floppy Disk B. Hard Disk
C.RAM D.CDROM
Answer: Option A
SysAider
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I see most of the ones I use are already listed, but here are a couple more websites for online learning. Udemy is one of them, Udemy is the best platform for online learning. I also learning java from Udemy.