Sunday, August 30, 2015
Sign up for a Google Apps account by clicking on the link in Resources, then click 'Get Started.' Enter your domain, or choose to purchase a new one. Follow the signup process through creating a username, setting a password, entering contact information and accepting the terms and conditions.
Activate your account by verifying domain ownership. Log in with your new account, and click 'Activate Google Apps' in your control panel. Choose between creating a CNAME record and uploading an HTML file, and follow the instructions. Once you have completed the process, click 'Verify' on the control panel to finish activation.
Create user accounts for each employee or email address you wish to set up by logging in to your control panel and selecting the 'Users and Groups' tab. Click 'Create New Users,' and enter the required information. Multiple users can be added at once by uploading a CSV file.
Update your MX records to direct your Email traffic to the Google servers. The process to update DNS records varies based on your host; log in to your hosting service or domain name provider, and search for DNS settings. Set your MX record to 'ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM' with a priority of '1.'
Set up custom URLs for each of the Google Apps by entering CNAME records for each service. To set up a custom URL for Email, click on 'Email' on the control panel. Click 'Change URL' in the 'Web Address' section at the top of the page. Enter your desired Web address, and click 'Continue.' Create a CNAME record for this new address by editing the DNS settings the same way you changed the MX record. Repeat this process for the remaining services.
Configure additional settings using your control panel. Easily enable or disable and change preferences to features including Calendars, Contacts, Docs and Sites.
Thursday, August 27, 2015
Open Windows Movie Maker. Import your Windows-compatible video file (such as .avi or .wmv ) into Windows Movie Maker. Go to the Movie Tasks pane, click 'Send to the Web' under 'Finish Movie' and the Save Movie Wizard appears. If you choose, you now may type a name for your movie. On the Movie Setting page, select the type of Internet connection you believe most of your viewers have. Then click 'Next.' Movie Maker saves your movie, which might take several minutes, depending on the length of your movie. You then have the option to save your movie to your chosen video hosting account, such as YouTube. Follow the onscreen directions. The Save Movie Wizard uploads your movie to your video hosting provider. On the 'Completing the Save Movie Wizard' page, select 'Watch my movie on the Web after I click Finish,' then click 'Finish.'
Open iMovie on your Mac-based computer. Import your Mac-compatible video file (such as .mov) into iMovie by choosing 'File,' then 'Import
Open Final Cut Pro on your Mac-based computer. Import your Mac-compatible video file (such as .mov) into Final Cut Pro by clicking 'File
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Download and run the XenConvert installation program.
Click 'Next,' then click 'Yes' to accept the license agreement. Click 'Install' to finish the installation.
Open the 'Start' menu and run the 'Citrix XenConvert' program.
Click the 'From' menu and click the 'VMware Virtual Hard Disk (VMDK)' option.
Click the 'To' menu and click the 'XenServer' option, then click 'Next.'
Click 'Browse' and select the VMDK file you want to convert, then click 'Next.'
Enter your user information for the XenServer the virtual machine will be used on, then click 'Next.'
Enter a name for the virtual machine, then click 'Next.'
Click 'Convert' to start the process. A status bar will indicate the current progress. Click 'Finish' to close XenConvert. The converted virtual machine is available on XenServer.