It’s fall, the season of Halloween, and Slate recently ran a truly terrifying story .
We all need to use a word processor from time to time.
Not quite prepared to upgrade your operating system from Windows 7? No big deal, Windows 7 is pretty efficient
Maybe you've noticed my zeal for business owners to recognize the need to conduct regular network assessments...
With all my years on the business side of the computer industry, I’ve seen more than my fair share of unhappy folks whose lives were turned upside-down by a network failure or compromise that never should have happened.
If you own an iPad or iPhone you’ve probably observed that Safari is the default browser.
It’s hard to be as productive and on top of things when you are traveling for business. Keeping up on emails, replying to people as quickly as you normally would, and updating your team is tough when hotel Internet is irregular. Listed here are some tools that will help you when you are traveling for business.
Security holes. Unauthorized users. Unknown devices. Unlicensed software. Ports open to the internet. These are just a few of the big liability issues that are present in 9 out of 10 unmanaged computer networks that I run into. And you’d be surprised at how many problems we find even at companies that are regularly monitoring their network operations.
Are you able to access your computer network at the office with your personal iPad? What about your personal iPhone or your laptop computer? This movement, known as bring-your-own-device or BYOD, is on the rise in the workplace.
When you think of cloud computing what do you think of?
Smartphones do a lot for us. We use them to navigate to places, keep up with our mail and our social media, and they even entertain us. They do more then that though.