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Computer Tip of the Day: Browse Safely

Browse Safely

All of us at one point or another have used the internet for work, school, entertainment, etc. We spend countless hours browsing the news, shopping, watching videos, even ordering food all from our computers or smartphones. In fact, in 2015, it was estimated that young ones between the ages of 16 and 24 spent more than 27 hours a week on the internet. But as activist Simon Wiesenthal once said, “The combination

A New iPhone Bug Allows Anyone Access to Private Photos

iPhone Bug

If you downloaded Apple’s latest iOS to fix last month’s passcode vulnerability for the iPhone, you’ll be dismayed to learn that another security flaw has recently been discovered in the latest iOS version, 12.0.1.  Read on to learn more about this latest vulnerability, whether or not a solution has been issued by Apple, and what you can do in the meantime. The New iPhone Vulnerability If you have a current

Computer Tip of the Day – Organization makes for Productivity

Organization

There is nothing worse than getting an email from your boss, asking for a file and not being able to find it where you thought you saved it!  Keeping the workspace organized does not just mean the desk, it also means your computer file system! Staying organized and keeping everything in its place saves time, stress, and saves you from having your boss impatiently waiting for you.  Whether you use the

Outsourcing on Long Island: It’s Just Better!

Outsourcing

If one is not computer-savvy or does not have extra time for managing computers, the job should be outsourced to experienced professionals. There are far too many disadvantages possible when attempting to manage a computer — or a network of them— without sufficient experience. The following are some benefits of outsourcing: Reduced StressBetter-Managed TimeBetter ROI — Return On InvestmentBetter Security Anyone who has attempted the simple and seemingly mundane task of sending an E-mail

Understanding Computer Operating Systems

Operating Systems

What’s better? Is it Microsoft Windows, Apple Macintosh, Apple iOS, Android, Linux, or something else?  These are all examples of computer operating systems installed on common types of computer hardware such as desktop, laptop, tablet, and smartphone computers. Other common questions that arise when deciding to acquire or purchase a computer include: Does the operating system installed significantly increase the cost of the computer? Can the operating system run the programs needed to carry out the desired