Tag: Computing

29
Feb

Tips to help you with Microsoft Outlook

There’s nothing new about Microsoft Outlook. People have been using it as their default email for years. Gmail, Hotmail and Ymail have grown in popularity, but some small-business owners prefer to use Microsoft Outlook. They lead busy lives and want to be able to quickly and easily communicate with clients, prospects, colleagues and employees. Outlook…

28
Feb

The Future Of Technology

Here’s a video that shows what the future could look like in 2020 according to Microsoft:

24
Feb

Helpful Free Windows 7 Utilities

The red carpet may be rolling out for Windows 8, but Windows 7 has its own merits that may have been overshadowed lately. While the computer savvy wait breathlessly in anticipation of Windows 8’s debut, others are just beginning to upgrade to Windows 7. Windows 7 utilities can be useful for the average consumer or…

21
Feb

Welcome to the Big Easy

Sooner or later every small-business owner has to upgrade his company’s software. No matter how well the old software seems to be doing, at some point, it will start to fail or fail to support newer technology. That time may be now for some. Others may simply prefer to stay current with new software and…

21
Feb

Microsoft Introduces ReFS for Windows 8 Server

For those who are following the developments of Microsoft Windows 8, another feature has been introduced:  the Resilient File System (ReFS). According to Microsoft, despite being server only, clients will be able to access ReFS stored data. The new system has an NTFS base with new architecture and engineering that will accommodate 21st century “storage technologies…

20
Feb

How to Create an Effective E-Newsletter Campaign

E-newsletters are a great way to keep clients and prospective clients informed about your business and the products or services it offers. If you’re going to embark on an e-newsletter campaign, you will, of course, want it to be effective. The first step toward an effective e-newsletter campaign is identifying your target audience. What kind…

17
Feb

More Windows 8 Features Worth Getting Excited About

You don’t have to be computer savvy to appreciate Windows 8 and all it has to offer, although it certainly helps if you are. Microsoft has, in fact, included some features that are tailored to home users. Features like the Metro interface, the touch screen and the app store have been discussed and discussed some…

15
Feb

Microsoft Moves to Eliminate Threats

On February 14, 2012, Microsoft published two security bulletins, which you can read here and here, about vulnerabilities in several of its software products such as Windows XP Service Pack 3, Windows Vista Service Pack 2 and Windows 7 for x64-based systems and Windows 7 for x64-based systems Service Pack 1, all of which received…

4
Feb

Coming Soon: Windows 8

Remember all those commercials for Windows 7? You know, the ones where everyone imagines himself more beautiful than he is in real life and takes credit for the ideas behind Windows 7? Well, Microsoft is fast approaching the day when it officially introduces the Windows 8 operating system to the general public. Let’s hope the…

26
Jan

How to Make Your Company More Secure

The story of the lost or stolen laptop with ultra-sensitive information on it is all too common. A research study conducted in 2008 by the Ponemon Institute and sponsored by Dell, estimated that business travelers lost more than 12,000 laptops per week in US airports. Those numbers have surely increased in the four years since….

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