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.
28 September 2016
Are you frustrated with the way your computer operates because you can barely use it? If you have no clue why the computer has stopped performing as it should, it might be due to a virus being present. There are a few methods in which a virus can be removed, and sometimes restoring the entire computer is necessary. Take a look at this article to gain more insight about computer viruses and getting rid of them.
26 September 2016
The world of online gaming has exploded past a few shooting games like Counterstrike or MMOs (Massively Multiplayer Online) games like Everquest. Even with new champions of different genres, there's an almost unconquerable number of games to explore and join for competition, socializing and exploration. Unfortunately, your gaming system and internet connection must be at a certain standard to experience online gaming to its fullest potential. Here's what needs to be working properly to get the most out of online gaming.
16 September 2016
The world of gaming entertainment has extended to its fans, and has come a long way from cash prizes for game tournaments. Competitive gaming tournaments are still a powerful force and has begun to challenge athletic sports for fan viewership with eSports systems such as Major League Gaming (MLG), but there are other paths. Game industry commentary, gaming playthroughs and other forms of gameplay via platforms such as Youtube, Beam.pro and Twitch.
7 September 2016
As a business traveler, you probably spend a lot of time utilizing free wireless Internet provided by airports, hotels and other public destinations. While these types of networks can be convenient, they can also put your computer and company safety at risk. Most of these public wireless networks have little-to-no security for the connections, so your computer will be vulnerable to malware and outside intrusion. Here are some things that you can do to minimize those risks and protect both your computer and your company's network.
26 August 2016
Your computer may be one of the most important possessions that you own. However, it can be easy to overlook some of the important steps for protecting this expensive device against common threats. For those that are not particularly informed about the type of care that their computers will require, it may be beneficial to learn the following few computer maintenance and care tips. Prevent Dust Accumulations Dust can pose a serious threat to your computer, because it can get inside the interior of the unit and cause serious damages by clogging fans or degrading circuitry.
22 August 2016
Maintaining and overseeing servers and other data collection centers is complicated enough without having to worry about coming across old data that is barely accessible. Part of your job includes data migration, moving the data from one place to another in an attempt to keep it in a readable format. But it's not just your main computer files that need to be moved repeatedly. You've got many other formats of data storage in your office that need to be moved into forms that are less degraded and that will be readable for a longer time.