Battery life ruining your life? We’ve all been there, and sometimes we simply can’t afford to accept the fate of our dying laptops. Sometimes, we need to milk as much […]
Month: July 2014
Three Valuable Content Marketing Strategies Beneficial to Your Company Success
Adopting content marketing strategies may just be what your small business needs to remain up to date and in the rankings with the higher corporate markets. But how do you […]
Look Out Avid Thrift Shoppers – Goodwill: The Next Possible Victim of Credit Card Data Theft?
Are you an avid-thrift shopper? If so, you must know your way up and down the aisles of your local Goodwill thrift shop! The organization sells donated clothing and household […]
Important Notice: Microsoft to Eliminate 18,000 Jobs! What Does This Mean for Your Business?
Each year, around this time, Microsoft tends to announce some sort of restructuring and changes to the way they do business. Last week, many of our peers attended the Microsoft […]
Looking to Create Killer Online Presentations? Consider Picasa To Set You Ahead Of Your Competition!
When creating a slideshow in any program, whether it’s Picasa, PowerPoint, Keynote, or even the online presentation service known as Prezi, it’s crucial to consider the speed at which the […]
Would Your Business Be a Target for Hackers? Let’s Find Out – A Look at a Hacking Attempt from a Hacker’s Point of View!
Why would an average, run of the mill computer hacker want to attack your business or website? A hacker would want to wreak havoc on your business or company website […]
The Medicare & Medicaid EHR Incentive Programs – Everything You Need to Know About the Incentives and Penalties
The Medicare EHR incentive program offers financial rewards and penalties to eligible providers for the use of EHRs. At the beginning of 2015, providers who are eligible for the Medicare […]
Employing VPN Technologies for Securing Public Connection to the Internet.
The use of Virtual Private Network (VPN) reinforces your security with an encrypted connection between your device and the internet, safe from unwanted eavesdroppers. Keeping data secure while using public […]
If you operate with an iPhone or Android phone, you might be in for a security struggle if your device is lost or stolen.
Your Exchange server can be configured to enforce minimum security requirements so that when a device attempts to connect but does not meet the credentials it will not be allowed […]
Stream media from your computer to your High Def TV over your WiFi network.
The Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) is an open standard used for sharing media files within a home network. Set up your devices and enjoy streaming HD. What’s the simplest […]