Two Tips To Help You Avoid Getting Viruses On Your Computer

Posted on: 10 June 2017

If you've ever had a virus on your computer, you know how frustrating the experience can be.  You might be all set to type up an important paper or just be in the mood to relax by taking in some of your favorite short videos, only to find that your computer has become infected with a virus that won't let you do much of anything.  This is the point where you realize that you're going to have to pay a pretty penny to get rid of the virus, and it might be money you don't have.
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Outsourced Or In-House: How Do You Decide To Manage Your IT Services?

Posted on: 16 May 2017

Who is your IT managed service provider? Maybe you have an in-house IT managed service provider instead? If you do not have either, how do you manage your IT services at all? After spending a few moments reflecting on these questions, you should probably get started on finding somebody to manage your IT services. If you cannot decide whether to outsource this job to a company that specializes in IT managed services or hire someone to manage things in-house, here are some important differences to consider.
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Deciding Between Repairing Or Replacing Slow Laptops

Posted on: 19 April 2017

When a laptop computer slows down or needs performance enhancements, they're a bit more limited than desktop computers in terms of physical upgrades. At the software or virus removal level it's fine, but if you want to add incremental upgrades instead of replacing the entire unit to save money, your options aren't as robust. Before looking for a new laptop, here are a few repair angles that could get you up and running for cheaper.
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Why Consider Remote DBA Services?

Posted on: 20 March 2017

Database administration, sometimes called DBA, is an ongoing challenge for any company. You might already have an IT department in-house that works on maintaining the various databases you and your employees use; hiring support might be something you don't think you need to do. However, using remote DBA support can provide a number of the following benefits. Additional Support for IT Department Depending on the type of company you have, your IT staff might be swamped with more work than they can sometimes handle.
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