Learning About Computer Services

  • Chess Software Strategies To Prepare You For Live Opponents

    10 August 2018

    Competitive endeavors all have one thing in common: with solid practice, you gain a higher chance of becoming a winner. Anyone new to chess who wants to excel at the game must put the time in and practice. Finding a partner for daily practice isn't always easy. Even if you only meet up with chess buddies once a week, you still need to get a decent amount of training during the other six days.

  • Have An Old Computer With Frequent Issues? Hire A Professional To Fix Them

    16 May 2018

    Several years ago, you may have built a computer to play games, watch movies, and handle work. Since computer parts are not designed to last forever, you should expect to have problems eventually. If you have been experiencing various issues in the past few weeks, you may be wondering what you should do to fix these problems. An excellent decision is to hire a computer repair professional who can perform a thorough inspection and find a solution for all the issues.

  • Does Your Work Require Speedy Internet Service? How To Boost Your Speed And Increase Productivity

    26 February 2018

    If you're a freelance writer, and you work from home, you know how important internet speed is to your productivity. Without the fastest internet speeds, you're going to be lagging behind the competition. The last thing you want to do is lose out on freelance work because your internet speed just isn't where it should be. Before you head out and order new internet service, take a look around your house.

  • What Happens When A Hard Drive Fails?

    3 January 2018

    Losing information can be devastating, especially if you've lost a lot of custom, self-made information and don't have any backups. There are many different ways for storage media to fail, and although people in a panic--or even a rage--may not care about how the problem happened as long as they get their information back, it's a good idea to look into the way you feel and realize one thing: This will happen again. As you figure out what to do with your current data loss issues, here are a few ways to get the information back from the direst to the most practical, along with potential causes and ways to keep your data safe in the future.

  • How to Ensure Your Used Car Has Received its Necessary Recall Repairs

    25 April 2017

    Recalls are fairly common in the vehicle manufacturing world, with problems ranging from minor inconveniences to life-threatening dangers, like exploding airbags. If you're shopping for a used car, you might be wondering how to navigate these recalls and determine if the vehicle you're interested in has been subject to any, and if so, whether or not it's been repaired. Any reputable online car dealer website should provide this information to you—it's just a matter of knowing what to look for.

  • 3 Reasons Why Your Company Needs a Colocation Broker

    28 November 2016

    Nowadays web hosting can be purchased with a couple of mouse strokes or over the phone in minutes. If a business needs a cloud storage account, hundreds of gigabytes can be acquired instantly. Although companies are now capable of having most of their technological support needs taken care of remotely, the standard of service received still relies on researching all available choices. For companies looking for colocation services, there's three major reasons why going through a colocation broker matters.

  • Four Things You Need to Do Now to Prepare for a Disaster

    19 October 2016

    Historic flooding from Hurricane Matthew has left numerous businesses underwater, destroying much of buildings' contents and rendering the physical sites inaccessible for days. In regard to virtual disasters, hackers have been known to break into a company's private information, making it unusable. Make sure your company is ready for a disaster, be it natural or man-made, by implementing the following procedures. 1. Implement Recovery Software It's every business owner's worst nightmare: an attack by a hacker leaves months, or even years, of data unusable.