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LinkedIn’s New iOS App Is A Must-Have

LinkedIn’s New iOS App Is A Must-Have

LinkedIn's new iOS app focuses on simplicity and efficiency and iPad support

Business and career social network LinkedIn has finally released an iPad app – or, more accurately, a universal app for both the iPad and iPhone. In designing the new app, LinkedIn scrapped the clunky and somewhat confusing user interface of its earlier releases completely and built the new version based on the usage habits of users browsing the site from their iPads. The result is a complete new and stunningly simple app with a very Apple-like feel to it.

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As Certified IT Pro Salaries Slide, Apple Certifications Gain Value

As Certified IT Pro Salaries Slide, Apple Certifications Gain Value

Every major tech company offers training and certification programs for their solutions, including Apple. For years, it’s been common advice to pursue certifications if you’re looking to get a job in IT for the first time or to if you want to move up the IT ladder. Certifications can sometimes make up for lack of on the job experience since they provide a way of measuring knowledge. If you expend the effort to pursue certifications for technologies that you use (or have used) on the job, it’s common wisdom that they’ll give you a leg up not just in getting a job but in negotiating your salary and benefits package.

Based on that wisdom it isn’t surprising that tech training programs with a goal of getting you certified are a big business. It doesn’t hurt that some US education loan programs, including those for returning veterans, can be used to finance training classes as an alternative to college. Yet a recent study shows that some IT certifications no longer equal success and higher pay. Does this mean certifications are worthless? Yes and no. The truth is that it often depends on the certification(s) in question. With iOS devices and Macs becoming business staples, the an obvious question is… are Apple’s certifications worth pursuing?

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Disable Lion’s Resume Checkbox When Shutting Down [Video How-To]

Disable Lion’s Resume Checkbox When Shutting Down [Video How-To]

One of the most annoying features in OS X Lion for me has been the little checkbox on the shutdown dialog box that states, “Reopen windows when logging back in.” Going through the trouble of managing this checkbox every time I shut down is a hassle I’d rather not go through. Fortunately, there is a neat little Terminal trick that will allow you to render this button useless, as I’ll show you in the video below.

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Permanently Give Apps In Lion Open Window Amnesia [OS X Tips]

Permanently Give Apps In Lion Open Window Amnesia [OS X Tips]Permanently Give Apps In Lion Open Window Amnesia [OS X Tips]

Apple has introduced a new feature in Mac OS X Lion called Resume. Resume will automatically reopen all the windows you had open the last time you used an app after you relaunch it.

Not a bad trick for some apps, but for some others it can quickly be really annoying. Here’s a tip on how you can permanently avoid it altogether.

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Apple Updates iWork ’09 for Lion: Full-Screen Support, Auto Save, More

Apple Updates iWork ’09 for Lion: Full-Screen Support, Auto Save, More

Just as expected, Apple has issued an update to its iWork productivity suite to introduce a number of new features included in OS X Lion, including full-screen capability, resume, auto save, and more.

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Apple Set to Update iWork for Lion: Auto Save, Resume & Full Screen Coming Soon

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Soon after OS X Lion hits the Mac App Store today, Apple will update its iWork ’09 productivity suit to introduce some of Lion’s awesome new features, including auto save, resume, full screen mode and versions.

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