Geek-Speak: A Guide to New & Outdated Technology Terms
Brush up your knowledge of tech-talk. Know what's hot & what's not in tech lexicon with this infographic on evolution of technology terms in our daily speak
The Computing Habits of the Pros #infographic
Problems with computers are common - and usually result in a call to tech support. We asked more than 1,100 IT professionals to share their best strategies for minimizing issues. Find out how you can keep computer issues from ruining your day.
Data Loss and Data Recovery #Infographic
Sudden data loss can be catastrophic for anyone unfortunate enough to find themselves in a position where their computer has malfunctioned or vital components of their machine have been damaged. Family photos, business records and other personal documents can be gone in the blink of an eye. It is important to note however, that just because data appears to be gone does not mean it cannot be recovered. You should able to identify the circumstances behind your data loss to be able to plan your…
CompTIA A+ | Microsoft MTA O/S: Power Devices and Supplies - ASM , Rockville , Maryland
Power Supplies Okay, now that we’ve tested our AC outlet and put some protective power devices into play, let’s go ahead and talk power supplies. The power supply is in charge of converting the alternating current (AC) drawn from the wall outlet into direct current (DC) to be used internally by the computer. It feeds... Read more »
Network Components : Basics
In the network technology, a distinction between active and passive network components. Network components are needed to create a network.
US Announce 200 Petaflop Supercomputer To Compete TaihuLight
China and the United States compete at the forefront of the supercomputing race. China currently leads the way with the announced Sunway TaihuLight supercompute
Do You Know Where Your Data Is? #infographic
Every day, we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data. 90% of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone. Do you know where your data is?
How to Create a Strong Password and Why You Should Do This Now [Infographic]
Are you using simple passwords such as password, abc123, or qwerty? Do you write your passwords on a Post-It note you stick to your computer screen? Have you been using the same password on multiple accounts? Or do you create passwords that are unique and strong for each of your online accounts? The recently discovered Heartbleed Internet bug put a bright spotlight onto passwords. The bug caused most websites, even the most secure ones, to be vulnerable to hackers, potentially exposing user…
How To Set Up a VPN (and Why You Should) #infographic
Infographic: How To Set Up a VPN (and Why You Should)No matter how secure you believe your internet connection is, hackers are becoming more and more sophisticated in the ways they access people's personal information. Only through encryption, hiding your traffic and obfuscating your IP address can you stop those trying to sneak on to your network. That's why many users are using VPNs to protect their privacy.
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Last week our nation celebrated the contributions and achievements of small businesses with the 50th anniversary of National Small Business Week. President Obama paid tribute to the spirit of small business owners in his kickoff speech, highlighting the critical role that SMBs play in the U.S. economy. There are over