Tips For Running A Business That Involves Data
11 March 2017
Getting your business computer system hacked can be very detrimental, especially if someone gains access to your customers' private information. If you are in the process of opening a business that involves storing important information on computers, you should consider services form a managed internet technology (IT) company. It is also important to make sure that your staff is properly trained and provided with strict guidelines to follow. This article has information that should be considered to make sure that your business is run in a secure manner.
Web Account Password Safety in 2017: Do's And Don'ts For Choosing & Storing Hacker-Proof Passwords
8 February 2017
You likely remember the first internet account password you ever created. It may have been a pet's name, the name of a favorite city, or even just a bunch of numbers that you thought no hacker would ever be able to "crack." You may have gotten lucky and never had that email or social media account hacked into or, unfortunately, become a hacker's victim and vowed to use passwords that were more "
Options For Storing And Backing Up Your Digital Photography
14 November 2016
If you are an aspiring photography who has just begun your journey into shooting hundreds of photos for either pleasure or business, you have probably already discovered that you need a backup system to protect your photos. There are a number of ways to back them up to prevent the loss of all your hard work. Which is right for you depends on the volume of work you produce and your goals with your new interest in photography.
Understanding the Function & Benefit of Remote Computer Support
28 January 2016
If you've been struggling with technical issues with your computer or laptop, your first thought is probably to visit the local PC repair shop. Packing up your computer can be such a hassle, and it isn't always necessary. In some cases, remote computer support can help you to isolate the source of the problem and fix it, all without having to take your computer anywhere. Here's a look at the basics of remote support to help you decide if it's right for you.