Monthly Archives: January 2015

EaseUS ToDo Backup Server Review

EaseUs ToDo Backup Server is the complete solution of restoring and taking a backup of your complete Windows files. Also, you can take the backup of the complete settings, or partition your hard drives, and restore files completely from the hard drives. If you have lost your complete data from the hard drive, then you can use this utility tool ...

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iPhone 5C:

The iPhone 5C no doubt has established itself as the best gadget in Apple’s mobile series, as the Cupertino-based firm finally has broken up the rank from premium design and price by offering up a slightly more affordable device. But if you are thinking about it being a cheap iPhone, be warned that the iPhone 5C is no mid-range Android ...

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How to succeed in a late-stage OS migration (part II):

Just make sure that you do perform some basic sanitation issues up-front. Also ensure that you have applied all the most current updates to all systems. Plus, ensure your system management infrastructure has minimal failure points so it doesn’t become a bottleneck. It will need to have the capacity to provide deployment services and desktop management in parallel. Many companies ...

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How to succeed in a late-stage OS migration (part I):

Is your company is late to upgrading its OS? Well, feel relaxed. You are not at all alone here. More than 20 percent of US companies are yet to upgrade from the aging Windows XP. But there are ways you can turn tardiness to an advantage. It is something you have to do on your own. Most of the risks ...

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4 important IT security risks for businesses in 2015

Statistics collected by research firm Vision Critical as part of 2014’s Get Safe Online Week revealed that over 50% of people in the UK had fallen victim to some type of cybercrime. Online security is important for individuals and it’s also vital for businesses who increasingly rely on electronic data storage, communications and transactions. The hacking attack on Sony Pictures ...

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How to protect your business hardware (part II):

Physical protection: Many secure cases are also available for tablet PCs. If you have a Mac Book that comes along with Retina display, you can’t use standard locks then, as these notebook are too slim to function properly. The solution is to use a secure case such as the one from Mac Locks. Non-Apple users could consider STOP-Lock in order ...

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How to protect your business hardware (part I):

Under this article, you will learn some easy and commonly used steps in order to protect your business data and prevent hardware theft. According to a Freedom of Information request that was made by Via Sat, over 180,000 digital devices were reported to the police as lost or stolen last year. It was noted last year also that Glasgow City ...

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How about creating a digital camera with no rear screen? Pretty waste (part II):

The term ‘pre-visualization’ was almost normal vocabulary for thinking photographers, and often practiced in principle by those who hadn’t even heard of it. As Leica’s viewfinders never black out during an exposure, you must be able to see exactly what happened at the moment the shutter tripped, so in theory you don’t need to have to check the screen to ...

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5 Essential Things Your New Website Should Have

There’s more to running a really great website than just throwing a few pages together and calling it a day. Whilst you may well have the basics down, such as web hosting and securing your own domain name, there’s a lot more you can do to ensure that your new endeavor is a resounding success. Like what? Well, here’s just ...

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