A Step by Step Guide to Help You in Moving to a New Host

April 30, 2012

Are you getting downtime pretty often for your website? Is the tech support team of your hosting provider just not responding to your questions? Are you often intrigued by the promotions that your current hosting provider does while asking you to upgrade the system for a better security (After all, they promise security when you […]

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How Can You Protect Your Online Privacy?

April 5, 2012

With the advent of new century, everything has gone online. From online shopping to online friendship, things have definitely become easier, more importantly faster. However, it has not come with the advantages only. Like any other thing, it has a different aspect as well and that deals with your privacy. Does it not bother you […]

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How businesses can improve office security

March 15, 2012

If you run a small business it’s essential to tighten up your security measures in every way, shape and form. This means buying asset tags for your computers, downloading the right software and locking up at night! Everything from Trojan horses to burglars can threaten your company – so here’s how to keep things safe. […]

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GFS Backup Explained! (Grandfather-Father-Son Backup)

May 30, 2011

The most critical – but least appreciated – part of any IT admin’s job has to be data backup. Nobody notices when you do it right, but everyone hates you if you do it wrong. Few people understand the skill and experience required to keep critical business data protected. Too often, people just assume that […]

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iPhoto ’11 bug may cause data loss – update before launching!

November 1, 2010

There’s a serious issue with the new iPhoto ’11, announced as part of iLife ’11 on October 20th. If you’re an existing iPhoto user and you have an iPhoto library with photos in it, you’re at risk of losing all your photographs when you upgrade to iLife ’11 because it will also upgrade your iPhoto […]

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Ever Felt Like Smashing Your Company Servers? This Is The Next Best Thing!

September 21, 2010

For all of us that work for large companies, I think it’s a forbidden fantasy that we’ve all had: Walking into the server room, and knocking over all the servers just to see what would happen. That was certainly the case last month, when a man walked into the server room of a home loans […]

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HP SimpleSave 2TB USB – A Fine Choice, But With Few Downsides

June 14, 2010

I recently purchased the HP SimpleSave 2TB USB drive as I was in need for a bigger backup and media storage drive. The HP SimpleSave 2TB is a 5400rpm drive so it’s not blazing fast but it’s plenty for backup and storage, at least for my needs. The case itself is glossy, piano black I […]

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10 Essential WordPress Plugins for Affiliate Marketers

June 7, 2010

WordPress has garnered much love from the blog community for its ease of installation, ease of configuration, and ease of modification. Many sites are even starting to use it as a content-management system (CMS) to drive the entire site, not just the blog or news portions. The power of WordPress really shines when you begin […]

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Mozy – Online Backup. Great, Except For Restoring iPhoto & Aperture 3

May 25, 2010

Dear Mozy, First let me say how thrilled I was when I first learned about you and your online backup services, I especially liked the part where I could get 2GB free and expand it with 0.5GB for each friend I referred – a great way to start out with your service. I also liked […]

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Get 2GB Free Online Backup Space With Mozy (Plus 500MB Extra)

April 24, 2010

I’m very happy to provide you with this tip on FREE online backup space for your Windows or Mac computer. There are several “cloud based” online backup providers out there these days, but I was looking for something for a client of mine, who needed to backup several Gigabytes of data to an external site, […]

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I Finally Managed To Screw Up My Mac – Snow Leopard Guest Account Erased My Files

September 10, 2009

I don’t know what happened and I never thought I should say this, but I finally had my first really bad “whoops” with my Mac, after being a Mac user for over 3 years. By accident I clicked the “guest account” when I was going to login and it tried to login at my guest […]

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