November 2016

One of the most recent developments in this new world of online computing is the accessibility of cloud services. As with many tech buzzwords, “the cloud” can be used to refer to many different things, but in the context of data backup, it’s especially noteworthy. Businesses today can purchase server space in the cloud from services that specialize in technology to make backup seamless and more...

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While many laptops appear durable, they are often quite fragile. A slight bump at just the right angle can and does damage laptops. Operating Systems are even more fragile. There are thousands of programs out there which supposedly stop, fix or protect, but the reality is that most of those programs do more harm than good. As your laptop slows down more with each passing...

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Windows 10, Microsoft’s latest offering, has been recognized as a success and back to form after the disastrous Windows 8. Windows 10 performs better, it brought back the classic start menu, and it looks stunning when compared with previous versions. It’s possible to tweak some of the settings to get Windows 10 to run faster. One of the biggest problems with improving the performance of Windows...

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One of the most commonly overlooked resources in a network is printers. They may seem harmless and uninteresting to hackers, but printers are indeed a risk in an enterprise environment. Document Theft Printers aren’t normally monitored in the same way as a critical server, router or desktop. Companies don’t usually place any security cameras on the printer, and no one thinks twice when someone removes a document...

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Disasters can strike a business at any time. Many business owners fail to prepare themselves from the devastating effects of data loss or employee sabotage. With viruses and malware becoming more sophisticated and easier to get, your business operations are threatened. We see it time and time again, an employee of a business using unsafe email and web browsing and accidentally downloading a virus to...

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