Archive for September 2014

Have you ever accidentally poured water on your phone, dropped it into the toilet bowl, been drenched from unexpected downpour while you have it in your pocket, or better yet have someone pushed you into the pool? There are many other scenarios that will, at one point or another, have your phone waterlogged. Getting your…

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The problem with having a Small or Medium Enterprise (SME) is not being able to afford your own IT department with IT personnel. You will surely need a tech support team to keep your computers running and see it fixed if something goes wrong. A few decades ago small and medium sized businesses didn’t even…

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Technology, computers, and the Internet used to be the domain of geeks – well, not anymore. In today’s world, even your granddad and the baby boomers can learn the basic skills of using the computer and Internet. So, if you don’t know the even the basic skills of using a computer yet, let alone the…

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In a nutshell, computer security is the process of preventing and detecting unauthorized use of your computer; or to prevent an invasion of your computer from programmed intruders. Preventive measures help you to stop unauthorized users or “intruders” such as viruses or malware from accessing any part of your computer system. Detection helps you to…

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Even small or medium-sized businesses need to back up all their business data. If you don’t, you might be courting disaster. Imagine that you never backed up all your business data, and suddenly you experience losing a laptop or tablet on a business trip. Or perhaps your computers were hit by a virus or malware…

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Keeping your personal computer and other online gadgets safe and secure is a combination of technology and common sense. Heeding the threat first is much better than finding an expensive fix later on. If applied to the real world: Don’t drive in bad neighborhoods / Don’t click suspicious links or enter suspicious websites. If you…

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