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Office 365 Can’t Be Beat for Small Business

ffice 365 was officially launched nearly two years ago, and it offers a number of advantages over traditional Microsoft Office software for small businesses. As tablets and smartphones have become more practical for business use through bluetooth keyboards and better … Continue reading

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Music Streaming

he interwebs offers a slew of music streaming services, all of which can be accessed from your iPhone, iPad, Android phone or tablet, laptop, desktop, and in some cases even your smart TV or set top box like Apple TV … Continue reading

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Customizing Android

e’re taking a break from terminology this week to cover some basic information regarding the customization of Google’s smartphone operating system – Android. First, for those not in the know: Google, unlike Apple, provides their mobile operating system under an … Continue reading

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The Demystified SSD: Part II in Terminology

SSD – solid state drive, a type of storage device. ecause you are reading this blog (from “web log”), you are using the internet and have therefore probably heard of a hard drive. That’s the relatively heavy, rectangular thing inside … Continue reading

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Terabyte: Part I in Terminology

Nobody likes to appear ignorant. Yet among the technologically challenged, it is almost a source of pride to not know what the heck those computer guys are going on about. Well snap out of it! We now live in the … Continue reading

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Moore’s Law and the Binary System

n 1965, an engineer at the Fairchild Semiconductor Company wrote a paper for Electronics magazine in which he predicted that the number of transistors within an integrated circuit would double every two years. As the years progressed, this prediction was … Continue reading

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Password Security: 101

aise your hand if you have more than one computer. If you are reading this on your iPad or even your phone, then you should have a hand in the air. Every device with a microprocessor is a computer – … Continue reading

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The Cloud: What is it, Why do I want it, and How much does it cost?

e’ve all been there. Your trusty old computer was getting slower and louder, but as long as it turned on, all was well. Then one day, completely out of the blue, silence. No lights, no sounds. In an instant, photos … Continue reading

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Access your computer anywhere

o you store things on your computer that you’d like to access while at work, on the bus, or while out and about? Do your parents in a different state need computer help? If you like the idea of being … Continue reading

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Delete instead of Archive your Gmail on iPhone

f you use the Mail app on your iPhone to access one or more Gmail accounts, you may have discovered that, by default, you are unable to delete e-mails. Instead, e-mail is simply archived, removing it from your Inbox but … Continue reading

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