Difficulties With Storing Confidential Information


Collecting and storing any sort of confidential data must always be done with the utmost care. The Data Protection Act 1998 outlines the procedures that must be followed by law when storing any personal information about somebody else for business purposes. It requires businesses to only use information for the specific purpose it was provided, states that no information may be passed onto a third party without express consent, and allows individuals to retain the right to access any data stored about them at any time. Read More »


4 Questions to Ask Yourself When Buying a Computer

4 Questions

Buying a computer is a big decision. And it’s not an easy one. The money you spend on your computer is an investment that can have a large impact. This is why it is important to know how to make the right decision for you and evaluate your choices with intelligent criteria. Here are the four questions to ask yourself when buying a computer. Read More »


Traffic Stats: June 2012

Traffic Stats - June 2012

Technically Easy didn’t see anything too exciting with regards to traffic levels in June. The steady trend of visitors that has been seen in the past couple of months continue throughout last month as well. While having steady traffic is great, especially with Google’s algorithm changes, I am continuously looking for ways that I can increase the number of monthly visitors. I am more focusing on diversifying my traffic sources, which seems to be a harder task for me at the moment. Read More »

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Garmin Nuvi 1490LMT Review – Great GPS Device with Lifetime Maps

Garmin Nuvi 1490LMT

Every single Garmin Nuvi GPS has its own charm and appeal and this 1490LMT is no different, especially considering how low the price is. Garmin are the world leader when it comes to GPS devices, and it’s easy to see why when you look at this new unit. It manages to combines some very powerful features with superb routing accuracy and a sleek modern-looking design that sets it apart from the competition. The Nuvi 1490LMT is even more compelling as a purchase when you see how easy the user interface is to use. Read More »

Hardware Reviews

5 Games to Play at Work (Without Getting Caught)

Bored at work?

Overworked and underpaid? Want to get your boss back for constantly avoiding any kind of work and yelling at anyone else who pauses for a moments rest? Feel like you might melt into your desk with boredom? Unfortunately, installing Diablo 3 to conquer those hours of tedium might not be as inconspicuous on a work PC as you’d dreamed. Fortunately, there are a plethora of addictive games out there that, from a distance, simply look like you’re working on an Excel spreadsheet. Read More »


Macintosh Applications for Small Business

Apple Mac

The subject of small business involves many aspects. Traditionally, small business is known to be a considerable part of any separate countries’ economics in general, and millions of people are involved into it. And not in vain – after thorough thinking we have to confess that small business has a few very significant pluses that […] Read More »


The Top 5 Free Cloud Computing Companies

What is Cloud Computing?

Our data files and folders are commonly stored in our computers. We also use external storage devices such as USB, DVD and CD’s to keep an extra copy of our most important files. However, storing data in this manner is not enough and has not become outdated. There is a big chance of losing these files if something happens on our computer hardware or we lost the external storage device. One of the good things that the Web has given us is the use of a cloud backup service for free. Read More »


Top 6 Must Have Apps For Your New iPhone

Find My iPhone

There are hundreds of thousands of apps on the Apple’s app store and after getting your new iPhone and playing around with the default apps you might find yourself wondering where on earth to start from. Here is a list of great apps that you just must install into your iPhone first before you think of anything else. Read More »

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