What are Data URLs?

A Data URL is a URI scheme that provides a way to inline data in a document, and it’s commonly used to embed images in HTML and CSS. Data URLs are a form of Uniform Resource Locators, although they do not in fact remotely locate anything. Instead, the resource data is contained within the URL string itself as a base64-encoded string. This saves the browser from having to make additional HTTP requests for the external resources, and can thus increase page loading speed. Read More …

Distributing Proxy PAC using GPO (Active Directory)

If your organization uses Active Directory and Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Safari or Firefox, you can use the Active Directory Group Policy Object (GPO) feature to distribute the PAC file URL to all devices in your organization. Read More …

Understanding Skype for Business PSTN Conference ID

In Skype for Business Server and Online (or Lync 2013 / Lync Online), there are some differences to the defaults Read More …

“Application cannot be started contact the application vendor” (Error)

Word PDF XPS XML Send Us a Sign! (Contact Us!) Show More Info This article has total words. (Including header) Read More …

Force specific sites to always run in Compatibility View using Group Policy

If you have specific sites which do not work in newer versions of Internet Explorer, you can force them to Read More …