Common Repair Mistakes And How They Can Affect Your Laptop

If you take your laptop into a computer repair shop, and the repair is quite simple, you expect to get the computer back with no problems. This is pretty typical of any computer repair services. However, if you decide to fix your laptop yourself, such as a cracked screen, your entire laptop should not go completely screwy after you have made the repairs. If it does, first check for one of the following common repair mistakes, and then see what you can do to get your laptop back on track.   Read More...

Why Trust A Password Manager With Your Passwords?

Passwords are frequently referred to as the "keys to the kingdom" for good reason. They provide you access to your online banking accounts, social media accounts, email, and more. Websites are increasingly requiring users to sign up for accounts in order to interact with them, so much so that keeping track of all your login credentials for every account is a constant struggle. One of the most efficient ways to manage your credentials is a password manager.   Read More...

Bringing Versatile Workstations And Support To Your Business

If your employees need to be in multiple locations on a daily basis, your workstations and business IT solutions need to be flexible. Here are a few ways to give employees stationary power, mobile flexibility, and the ability to fluidly work between their systems as needed. Networked Profiles Are A Must This is actually an old technique, but it often goes unused in spite of being helpful. User profiles are what you actually see when you log into a computer, although different operating systems such as Windows or Mac may call the profiles something different.   Read More...

7 Tips For Creating An Effective Disaster Recovery Plan

A disaster recovery plan is only as good as the planning surrounding it. Without a carefully designed and rigorously tested plan in place, you'll find it difficult to safeguard your organization against day-to-day threats that could destroy valuable data and even sink your business. If your organization is in severe need of an effective disaster recovery plan, simply take a look at these 7 tips: Know What You Have You won't be able to get your disaster recovery plans off the ground if you don't know what hardware and software your organization has.   Read More...

Tips For Securing Your Company's Network And Data

As a business owner, protecting the integrity of your company's data is important. After all, your company's servers likely house a lot of information about your employees, clients, contractors and others that you do business with. Unfortunately, too many small business owners don't understand what it takes to fully protect the server data and the network integrity. Here's a look at some of the things you should know to enhance the security of your company's data.   Read More...