Category Archives: Technology

Top 10 Security Tips For Your Small Business Part 2

To continue our Top 10 list of simple (and mostly free) security tips for your small business. 7. Watch out for email attachments Email attachments can be a wonderful thing. They allow people from all across the world to send pictures to family and friends, businesses to send documents to clients, and sometimes the occasional […]

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What exactly is Adware

To continue our journey into the land of annoying pop-ups and information stealing software, let’s talk about Adware. Adware is in the same group as spyware (privacy-invasive software) in that Adware may be used to allow Spyware into your PC. If the program you are using has Adware built-in, it may display or download advertisements […]

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The Importance of Data Backups

These days almost any business large or small has some type of important electronic data that they rely on. Whether it be email, financial, or basic documentation this data can be crucial to keeping your business running smoothly and efficiently. However, a simple PC crash can cause many hours of hard work to be lost […]

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HP Desktop and Laptop Deals

HP puts out great products that cover almost any application you need, from the Home User, to Small Office all the way up to Enterprise applications. Here are some weekly specials on HP Desktops, HP Laptops, Printers and even cameras: HP Laptop Deals: Save up to $364 on the HP Pavilion dv9700z Notebook PC Includes: […]

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Top 10 Security Tips For Your Small Business

The funny thing about computer security these days is the general idea that it costs an arm and a leg to secure your business’s data. While it is possible to spend plenty of cash on a fully secured and encrypted data center, budgets tend to get in the way. Over the next few weeks we […]

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What exactly are Spyware, Adware, Malware, and Viruses?

What exactly are people talking about when they throw out terms such as “Spyware”, “Adware”, “Malware”, and “Virus”? Most of the time requesting information on one of these items will get you the famed response “Umm, it’s something that’s bad and can get into your computer and steal your files.” Well, that doesn’t help much […]

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Yahoo OnePlace for Mobile Browsers

Yahoo is not sitting back waiting for the next bid from Microsoft.  They are launching new products and services. A new addition to the Yahoo Mobile family is called OnePlace and if your phone doubles as a web browser at times, you might want to check this out. Face it, in their current form the […]

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Green Public Transportation: City Car

MIT students, with some collaboration from GM, are developing an idea for the City Car. Their concept works with any existing public transportation infrastructure by placing easily accessible electric cars near subways and other public transportation points throughout a city. As a passenger leaves the subway, they can go to the Vehicle Stack and grab […]

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Internet’s Most Useful Free Products

BusinessWeek recently published an article where they searched high and low for the most useful, free products available for the public on the Internet. We thought we would share with you some of the most useful products. Microsoft and Apple Alternative If you are not a Windows and Mac fan, you should be a Linux-based […]

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Amazon’s Next Gen Product: Amazon Kindle

If you are a book lover like me, but you really hate carrying books around, Amazon’s next generation product, Amazon Kindle might just be your next purchase for Christmas! It has: An electronic-paper display which provides a sharp, high-resolution screen No Computer, no confusing cables and no syncing Wireless connectivity for you to connect to […]

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