Archive for March 2014

What would make an ideal tech support experience for a customer? Ask one, and you’ll get this simple answer…The best experience is when a technical support service is rendered properly and promptly. Of course, there are other aspects and factors that are included that make the satisfaction experience the ideal overall experience. The following scenario…

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If you just bought a Windows 8 computer, it’s normal to feel lost and puzzled on what to do first. As we all know by now, this new version brings so much changes and almost every user who gets to have a hands-on with it will say out loud: “Where do I start?” If you’re…

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Any type of business that utilizes computers and Internet technology almost has the same setup anywhere. There are desktop computers, maybe three or four laptops that are usually used by higher management. All computers are connected in a local network or through a web application and all have Internet access. Almost every business nowadays uses…

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The Sony PlayStation 4 includes a stand-alone motion-sensing camera, which you can use to play certain games, sign in to your profile, and access other features of the console. But in order for you to use the console’s camera, you need to add your face data to the camera and here’s how to do it:…

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With the rising number of computer and Internet issues, you can’t afford to lose time to have your network or computers checked out and repaired, so the need for a really reliable and trusted tech support company is evident. If you’re searching for a reliable and trusted tech support service company who can handle any…

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Electronic devices today are such a big part of our lives that it’s hard to imagine what we once did without them. However, our constant use of technology to keep in touch, pay bills, stay on top of the news, shop and research things also has its disadvantages. The data that we gather or our…

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Many employers do not realize that even if their employees bring their own devices to use at work, the risks that personal devices and data can create fall on the company’s responsibility, not on the employee. According to the US Bureau of Labour Statistics and the UK Labour Research Department, almost half of American and…

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