Is Your Computer Old And Running Slow? Get Help From Computer Repair Professionals

Posted on: 13 February 2018

When you first hooked up your computer, you may have been amazed at the speed of everything. But, after several years, computer parts that were once top-of-the-line are now slow compared to new releases. When you combine all the operating system service packs, updates, and new applications running in the background, your computer can slow down by a noticeable degree. If you find that you are spending a lot of time waiting in between each task on your computer, you should get help from computer repair professionals to resolve this problematic situation.
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3 Types of Jobs in Cyber Security

Posted on: 21 December 2017

If you are just starting college or are considering a career change, you may want to consider earning a degree in cyber security. With the ever-increasing threats online, this is one of the most in-demand fields to pursue. Here are three types of paths you can choose for new cyber security careers. 1. Government Agencies In addition to having the educational background in cyber security, you will likely need a security clearance to work for government agencies.
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Data Migration And Verification For Remote Businesses

Posted on: 20 October 2017

Does your business thrive on remote access? Do you share files through collaboration software or online storage systems, or do you use virtual machines to get work done? In many cases, data migration is a simple act of copying one file to another. Unfortunately, some issues such as imaging new virtual machines, converting databases, or confirming security are not so simple. Here are a few of the more complex areas of data migration to understand when you need help instead of relying on the old copy and paste.
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Gaming On A Mac? Why Not?

Posted on: 15 September 2017

One question has plagued Mac users since the day that Windows XP became the clear winner in PC (personal computer) gaming; why not play games on a Mac? The Apple II had plenty of great games, and even Windows users with 1980's and 1990's computer experience played a few games on the older Apple platforms, so what changed? To understand why gaming on a Mac isn't as accessible as on Windows-based computers, here are a few industry and technical facts, along with a few ways around the problem:
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