Computer Security

Securing digital devices is important regardless of the type of computer being used — desktop computers, tablet computers, laptop computers, and smartphones all have inherent security caveats that should be considered before rolling them out for business or personal use. One of the primary headlines seen on news networks regards illegal computer hackers exploiting either known or unknown software “holes” in computers — these are the most common types of computer security issues. Sometimes these security holes are preventable in that computer manufacturers release patches to fix them — unfortunately and in some cases, the patches are not released until it’s too late — security patches can be hardware, but most of… Read More

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Improve your Computers’ Cybersecurity

Where do you think you currently stand with cybersecurity? If your small business is running like many other small businesses, you are probably having a few problems. Unfortunately, many small businesses find that their cybersecurity strategy is not as effective as it should be. Many small businesses have also undergone a breach or cyber attack due to their lack of an effective cybersecurity program. If you wait until a cyber attack has taken place to take any type of action, you can find yourself spending a significant amount of money on damage control. Being at the end of a cyber attack can result in a significant loss of revenue, and… Read More

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Computer Maintenance Simplified

Computer Maintenance Whether a desktop, laptop, phone, tablet, or all-in-one computer is being used, they all have fundamental features and properties in common that enables one to apply a universal type of maintenance template. With the rapid advancement of computer technology, whether used in the home or business place, maintenance simplification should be applied in order to make management of computers feasible — otherwise one will find themselves in “over their heads”, lost in a world of technical jargon searching through seemingly endless pages of online computer repair tips — many of which require some advanced degree of knowledge of computers. Keeping the following points below in mind will reduce the overall… Read More

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4 Ways to Make Sure Your Computer Doesn’t Give You the Flu in the New Year

  It’s 2019, and most of your new year’s resolutions probably tied to your health. Whether you want to eat healthier, exercise more, or reduce your stress levels, all of these goals boil down to one thing: better health and self-care. If you skipped over personal health resolutions, you may have chosen a career goal. Getting better organized, getting promoted, getting a new job… no matter what your resolution is this new year, there’s a way to accomplish both moves all at once. How? Clean your computer. 1. Deep clean your keyboard and mouse. The things people touch the most are filthy. Doorknobs are covered in germs. You might feel… Read More

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Four Ways To Improve Your Computer

Improve Your Computer Computers are fascinating machines that perform a variety of tasks, many of which have changed the daily routine of individuals around the world during the past two decades. Since the advent of the internet becoming user-friendly, tasks including but not limited to E-mail, research, social media, job hunting, and shopping have been revolutionized so that these tasks are no longer as burdensome as they once were. For this reason, you should take care to optimize and improve your computer where possible — if done correctly, the life and difficulty level in using computers will be improved. Understanding these four points below will help. Internal Storage Space Whether using a desktop,… Read More

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Computer Maintenance & Optimization

  Since computers are an integral part of communications and life in general, they should be maintained and optimized to retain their value as long as possible. When computers are purchased new, and then used for a while, their performance could exhibit a decrease in overall speed depending on whether recommended maintenance is practiced and whether they are, later on, used for more intensive data processing. Computer Maintenance & Optimization Much can be done in the way of maintenance and optimization if one is willing to do a little research — however, unless sufficient research and time can be dedicated to this task, it’s generally better for business owners and… Read More

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Improving Your Computer For The Next Year

Improving Your Computer For The Next Year Can you believe that this year is almost over? Before you know it, people will begin making their resolutions for the New Year. Those resolutions will generally be about things that can help them improve their lives. If you plan to make a resolution that involves doing something to improve your life, one of those resolutions should include improving your computer and technology life. Yes, that is correct. There are many technology maintenance and repair tasks that should not be forgotten or ignored, but unfortunately, they are often forgotten about. We know you have probably gone through a few computer maintenance tasks before, but… Read More

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Improve Your Computer Experience With EMF Protection Technology

Enhancing Your Computer-Use Experience When you think about improving your computer, what probably comes to mind are changes or additions to its basic hardware or software: adding more RAM, cleaning up your disk by removing junk files, improving CPU performance, checking for viruses and spyware, adding a browser ad-block extension, upgrading your hard drive, etc. And all of these are important ways to maximise your computer’s performance. But what’s also important is to maximise your experience of using your computer: to make it as pleasant and stress-free as possible. In this post, we’ll explore two powerful technologies designed specifically to enhance your computer-user experience. The first is especially relevant for… Read More

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4 Easy Ways to Speed Up Your Computer Without Technical Knowledge

Speed Up Your Computer Computer problems are immediately frustrating. Imminently soul-crushing. Even worse, they’re scary black holes (or blue screen) of inevitably. Any slowdown, forced shutdown, or error can seem like an unsolvable problem if you’ve haven’t fixed it before. When you notice your computer getting slower and slower, don’t think that you have to make the choice between taking it in for a trained professional to look at or just getting a new one. There are plenty of ways to get your computer back into high gear. You don’t even have to know what RAM stands for to do it. Here are four easy ways to speed up your… Read More

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4 Steps to Protect Your Business Devices Before Giving Them to New Employees

It’s a growing trend to give employees laptops, tablets, and smartphones for handling business-related tasks. For many corporate environments, desktop computers just aren’t flexible enough. But BYOD, or Bring Your Own Device, policies are filled with security pitfalls and procedural problems, even if they might initially save your company better. Whether you’re shopping for new business devices for predicted expansion next quarter or you’re resetting devices for the new employees following a bit of turnover, you can’t just let your employees turn on the computer and get to work immediately. Here are four steps you need to take first: 1. Don’t pick the cheapest business devices. Brand names aren’t always… Read More

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