Migrating your data from Windows to Mac

There are now more Macs than ever being used around the planet, thanks in part to the constant improvements to macOS that make it more powerful and less difficult to use. Moving data from a Windows PC to a Mac is now easier with the latest update to the Migration Assistant in macOS Mojave. In […]

The Definition of “Password”…by dStringer

PASSWORD

a secret word or phrase that must be used to gain admission to something.

a string of characters that allows access to a computer, interface, or system.

 

It's just obvious that one of the main focuses of an I.T.company is cyber security.

WE GOT YOUR BACK…UP, THAT IS by dStringer

We have dedicated many posts to Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Planning. We have talked about how vital this process is in protecting and saving your business from any disaster, big or small.  Of course, one of the necessary components for a buoyant BCP is data backup.

THE DOMINO AFFECT…by dStringer

I'm sure many of you watched with amazement, and a bit of fear as did I this past weekend, as the snow just kept on falling in New York and other eastern states.  This latest weather phenomenon literally paralyzed most of the eastern seaboard and was severely felt in many surrounding states as well.

BUSINESS CONTINUITY…MYTHS AND MISCONCEPTIONS by dStringer

Companies today face an unprecedented number of problematic occurrences. The frequency and severity of weather-related events seem to be increasing and reliance on a complex network of technology and supply chains is expanding. Both trends leave businesses vulnerable to a variety of existing and emerging risks.

THE SKY IS FALLING…by dStringer

When we think about potential disasters that could affect us both personally and professionally, it is common to picture the most dramatic of natural disasters...fire, flood, earthquake, tornadoes.  And absolutely, there is a distinct possibility that you will experience at least one of these natural disasters in your lifetime.

HOW ABOUT A NERDY YEAR IN REVIEW? by dStringer

We are rapidly closing in on the end of 2015...and with all the security breaches, disaster preparedness, corporate hackings and everything else I've blogged about this past year, I thought we'd dedicate our last blog of the year to a fun, little review of the ten best "nerdy' gadgets of 2015...

So let's begin, shall we??!!

10. SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE EDGE

In Samsung's vision of the electronics future, curved is the new flat.

Ho Ho Ho…or OH NO! OH NO! OH NO!!! How to Avoid Holiday Cyber Criminals by dStringer

The first week of December has come and gone and most of us procrastinators are finally beginning to start our Christmas shopping.  Shopping on line has become so easy lately, that this year, on line sales are rivaling "Black Friday" sales.  In some cases, you can order as late as Christmas eve and have your gift delivered on time!  So simple and convenient.

I DON’T NEED NO STINKIN’ TECH SUPPORT…by dStringer

In today's "instant gratification" society — in which heightened customer expectations and 24x7 accessibility demands really burden small business — little time remains for much else. Small businesses often don't have the resources or inclination to track the latest computer news, security threats, or even common break/fix tips.

It Ain’t What It Used To Be…Tech Advancements in Diabetes Care…by dStringer

November is Diabetes Awareness Month; sad to say, this disease has touched my family very deeply.  I watched my grandmother lose her sight, watched my uncle disappear piece by piece.  Now a couple of cousins are suffering through the trials and tribulations of Diabetes BUT...with so many wonderful technological advancements, the suffering is perhaps a little less traumatic.