Small Business: Why Go Digital? What’s Wrong with the Paper?

Small Business: Why Go Digital? What's Wrong with the Paper?

You might ask the following questions: what are the benefits of getting my business digital? What’s wrong with paper and why should I use technology instead? This article will convince you that a digital document management solution makes your everyday work much easier and time efficient as you no longer need to deal with tons of paper documents. Read More »

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3 New Identified Trends In Home Security Tech

Home Security

While many of you would be aware of the importance of home security systems, it can get overwhelming if you’re still yet to purchase a unit for your home. Previously, the systems were merely considered as getaway parts, but there have been a lot of advancements in recent times such as wireless networking and integration of mobile apps which have enabled the systems to perform multiple functions at the same time. Read More »

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The Top 10 Things To Do If Your Blog Has Suffered A Cyber Breach

The Top 10 Things To Do If Your Blog Has Suffered A Cyber Breach

You build a blog, put careful effort into designing it either from scratch or through a CMS like WordPress, fill it with excellent content and take care to contract high quality hosting servers; then, one day you visit your main URL and find your browser warning you that it’s being directed to a high risk website, or maybe you type in your URL and nothing appears, just an error page! Read More »

Websites and Blogging

6 Myths Your Parents (or Grandparents) Still Believe About the Internet

Home » Internet » 6 Myths Your Parents (or Grandparents) Still Believe About the Internet 6 Myths Your Parents (or Grandparents) Still Believe About the Internet

You’ve probably been using the Internet since you were old enough to reach the keyboard. You know how to log in, browse your favorite sites, check your email, and download information you were searching for. But for older people, it may be a very different story. Here are 6 myths your parents (or grandparents) still believe about the Internet. Read More »

Internet

Java – A Huge Security Problem in Your Computer

Java - A Huge Security Problem in Your Computer

Many of the attacks on a computer system involves exploiting weaknesses in installed software. Everything from the operating system, Web browsers, office software, and software that just connects to the Internet, may have weaknesses that hackers can exploit to install malicious software. Most of the time malicious software that targets a particular application exploit is limited to a particular type of computer, such as Windows or Apple. Read More »

Security Tips

3 Ways to Deal With Tech Support

3 Ways to Deal With Tech Support

Sometimes calling tech support is like yelling into an empty cave and waiting for a response. The only difference is that the cave is usually more helpful. Although tech support does serve its purpose most of the time, there are a few ways to deal with the voice on the other end of the line when you feel you’re getting nowhere. Here are three ways to deal with these guys according to the type of problem you have. Read More »

Technology

Open Source Community Celebrates as Microsoft Loses Majority Share

Open Source Community Celebrates as Microsoft Loses Majority Share

The open source community scored a major victory this year as the Android OS took the dominant position in mobile market share, easily beating Microsoft’s closed-source mobile phone platform. ZDNet reports that the Android climbed to 75 percent market share in the first quarter of 2013, after enjoying explosive growth. Even though this isn’t a Linux platform, it is very encouraging news for all open-source fans. It is an especially promising sign for the upcoming Ubuntu operating system for smartphones. Read More »

Software

Does Your Camera Matter When Taking Photographs?

Canon 5D Mk III

One of the great debates online regarding photography is how much a photograph is dependent on the camera. As with any debate there are two groups: those that think a great photograph is independent on the camera, and those that think a photograph can be better with a better camera. To me, a great photograph is not one that is taken by a great camera, but one that is taken by a great photographer. Read More »

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