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Avoiding Computer Issues

I have never been someone who is great with computers, but a few months ago I came across a problem I could fix. I was so proud of myself that I realized there were probably other ways to prevent issues, so I started working on learning more about preventing computer problems. I attended a continuing education class designed to teach people how to avoid problems, and it really helped me to keep my workspace clean, tidy, and functional. I decided to create a blog for other people like me, who haven't had great luck with computers in the past. Check it out!

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Stay Digitally Secure

When it comes to a business most of your information is going to be on your computer and will need to be backed up and safeguarded. This is especially true when it comes to sensitive information that you may have about other people or about your business. Any personal information that you have should be safeguarded and watched. The problem is that there are many people out there that are smart, and that want to get that information. Read More 

Colocation vs In-House Server Management

When building business Information Technology (IT) resources, having a plan for hosting network files and website resources is vital. You have the choice of building your own business servers within the confines of local business property or using an already existing set of assets at a dedicated data center. Initial investment, operational costs, and maintenance can change depending on the service you choose and your staff, so here are a few things to consider before settling on any particular server hosting plan. Read More 

Virus or Overloaded System? Know the Difference

When computers perform slower than planned, the threat of virus infection should be considered, but shouldn't send a business into a panic. Needless amounts of scanning and worry can reduce productivity, and may even give would-be infiltrators an idea on what to do to break through defenses. You can both prepare for the worst and maintain working order by understanding what computer virus threats look like, as well as ways to increase computer performance if it's just a resource problem. Read More