Archive for October 2014

Unfortunately, computer viruses aren’t like biological viruses that come from airborne specks, moisture droplets, or through the bloodstream. They’re even worse because a computer virus comes from another human; it is created by a human programmer for the sole purpose of damaging a computer. Stupid as it may seem – and it is – humans…

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There are computer problems that you can fix by yourself, and there are those that you simply need to leave alone unless the problem becomes worse, and blows up in your face. While it’s nice to be able to be a DIY computer repair guy from time to time on your own computer, there are…

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They say that the Internet is a maze. It’s teeming with hackers, wannabes, and thieves. And as Internet users, we should do everything we need to take care of our privacy and security. Most of us arm our systems with antivirus software, but we also know that these precautions are still not enough when you…

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You can never be too careful when it comes to sensitive data like social security or credit card numbers. You have to assure your users that the data and information they provided to you is in good hands on your servers. Below are some ways on how you can achieve that security on your own…

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One of the biggest problems every computer user encounters is a messy Desktop. Most people would say and believe that saving a file on the Desktop will make it easier for them to find it later. But little do they know that as they continue to save files on the same location, the Desktop becomes…

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Imagine a call center business with more than 200 employees, or a large financial company with over 100 employees; companies these big or even bigger (imagine multi-national) have one thing in common when it comes to IT; they have their own IT department responsible for maintaining the computers, software, and to instigate repairs when needed….

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