What Makes A Password Good Or Bad?

12 July 2017
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Many websites and network-based services have password requirements that sound like something out of a World War II code book. There are reasons for the complexity in some cases, but since anyone can make up any password requirements they want, there are some silly and excessive requirements out there that do more harm than good. To understand the password requirement conundrum for both your own personal password creation and for writing site policies, here are a few password security details. Read More 

Two Tips To Help Keep Your Mobile Phone In Good Condition

17 February 2017
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If you're like many people, your mobile phone is essentially your life.  You have pictures, videos, contacts, and texts on it that mean so much to you.  Also, buying a mobile phone can be a substantial investment, especially if you're after the latest model.  Because of this, it's important to keep your phone in good shape.  Use this information to learn more about what you can do to keep your mobile phone working properly for the long haul. Read More 

2 Ways To Prepare Your Business For A Disaster

16 December 2016
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One of the worst things that can happen to your business is to end up losing quite a bit of data and productivity as a result of a disaster. A disaster that can end up destroying a large portion of your data can range from a massive power outage as a result of a major storm or a man-made disaster that is the result of construction in your area knocking out the power for a while. Read More 

How To Get The Sound Working On Your MacBook

15 November 2016
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If the sound on your MacBook is not working properly, there are a few things that you can try yourself to fix up your MacBook before taking it in and getting professional assistance with the issue.  #1 Reboot Your Computer The most basic things that you can do is reboot your computer. Often times, just shutting down and restarting your computer is all you need to fix the sound issues that you are experiencing. Read More 

Why Do Computers Crash?

24 August 2016
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Computers screens freeze, keyboards won't type, mouse pointers won't move or the entire computer simply shuts off. Although powerful and helpful, modern personal computers and their smaller mobile device versions are still far from perfect. There's no shortage of reasons why computers just fail to perform, and many users are either too new to their systems to figure out the problem or so experienced that they overlook the simple answers. Here's some computer failure insight that won't pinpoint every problem, but will give you a few options when faced with computer failure. Read More