Two must-have features for laptops
Article written by Cscl2002 While PC sales are in decline, sales of laptops and other handheld mobile devices are gaining ground. Laptops have a shorter life span compared to PCs several years ago and in 2010 upgrades were expected in every three years. However, due to the rapid changes taking hold in the industry, today… Read more
Have you rebooted your computer lately to make it run smoothly?
Article written by MacXcess We all face it sometimes or many times over. When the PC gets too crowded with everything, it becomes slow to start, react to your clicks slower and do many other things. If you haven’t rebooted your computer recently, rebooting your computer is one of many solutions available to make your… Read more
How to Secure Your Home’s Wi-Fi Network
Summary: Wireless networks are prone to cyber attacks. Be sure to take the appropriate steps to avoid leaking sensitive information. Wi-fi networks, needless to say, are literally everywhere you look – coffee shops, libraries, restaurants, and even bars. Let’s say you decide to go to a restaurant and connect to the Wi-fi network to stream… Read more
How to Begin Your IT Career
Here are some tips that you’ll need to start a career in the Information Technology field. The Information Technology (IT) field is a growing industry that is always undergoing rapid changes due to continuous advances in computer science. With job rates forecasted to grow by a substantial number, the time for you to hop on… Read more
Finally Windows 10 is here
After months of ramblings and speculations Microsoft’s Windows 10 will be available on July 29, 2015. The best news is it can be downloaded free of charge for those non-corporate users who are using earlier versions of Windows 7 and Windows 8 that came out in 2012. Windows 10 is a more refined version and… Read more
SQL still dominate as the preferred enterprise language
Article written by Nate’s Ebook News Introduced as one of the first commercial languages in early 1970s, the Structured Quarry Language (SQL) is a special programming language that is designed to manage data in relational database management system. It contains a data definition language and data manipulation language. Designed by Microsoft for enterprise environment it… Read more
What’s new with PC sales?
Article written by Computer Science Resources After slumping sales for several years, PC sales appear to be stabilizing. In 2014, the down side was limited to about 2 percent from a 10 percent slide experienced previously. The top five PC makers, Lenovo, Hewlett-Packard, Dell, Acer, and Apple are still accounting for more than 65 percent… Read more
Here’s how Apple fix hardware problems
Article written by Find Comment Hardware manufacturers, take a page from Apple. When it introduced iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus on September 9, 2014, its team of first responders known as AppleCare immediately went into action. What do they do? They gather information from customer returned products about new hardware issues and generate reports… Read more
Disk-drive market is consolidating
Article written by A Tech Inc Disk-drive or sometimes called hard disk drives (HDD) market is now evenly shared by two behemoths, Seagate Technology and Western Digital. Recent market consolidations pushed them not only to the top but also to share the leadership. Within the last year and half, Western Digital acquired two startups, Virident… Read more
Who is winning the enterprise storage battle?
Enterprise storage is data storage designed for large-scale, high-tech companies. In the information technology field, storage devices play a significant role. They are a must for online storage, backups, archiving and disaster recovery. Many see more than $8.1 billion a year total storage industry market growing more than eight percent a year. According to Morningstar,… Read more