Migrating from Windows Server 2003 is not optional — it’s a necessity

Change is inevitable. And with IT operations, that phrase couldn’t be truer. In April 2014, Microsoft stopped supporting Windows XP. And now Microsoft has announced it will no longer support Windows Server 2003 after July 14, 2015. The risk of running outdated, unsecure, and non-compliant infrastructure and software is too great to ignore. Migrating from Server 2003 to Server 2012 isn’t necessarily difficult, but moving your data and applications can be a logistically complex, worrisome task. Start thinking ...

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5 ways to reduce distractions in the workplace and get more done

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og:image Having easy access to sites like Facebook on all our devices makes us all prone to higher levels of distraction. The Internet—and social media in particular—makes it all too easy to lose two minutes here, another 10 minutes there. Not to mention the time it takes to get back into the task we abandoned to check on the latest Buzzfeed cat video or read through a ...

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New Features of iPhone 6


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With the release of the new iPhone, many iPhone and Apple fans are wondering what the phone has to offer. The question on everyone’s mind is, “Is it worth it to upgrade? And what can I expect from the newest iPhone model?” Obviously, there will always be the customers who buy it just to have the newest iPhone. ...

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“Bash Bug” Should Be A Wakeup Call

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The latest computer vulnerability identified by security professionals as the “Bash Bug,” not to be confused with any type of human sickness such as the”Flu Bug,” is causing all types of tech companies to panic. Bash is installed on many computers running operating systems derived from Unix, which includes Macs and web servers such as Linux. The good news is that ...

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Microsoft Unveils The Future Of Windows

 

On T_wsb_keyvisualuesday September 30, Microsoft announced that the new Operating System would not be named the much speculated Windows 9, but instead be named Windows 10. In addition, Microsoft provided a sneak peek of what Windows 10 has to offer for its end-users. Some of the new features Microsoft promises may surprise you, but one things is for certain is Windows 10 will be more ...

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Are You Dealing With The Right Tech Company?

92707860In a bizarre story in Cleveland, Ohio Barbara Celznick thought that she was dealing with a legitimate computer company, it wasn’t until the company tried to issue her a refund did she realize something fishy was taking place. A computer company called her out of the blue to tell her it spotted problems and convinced her to sign an expensive contract to ...

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Latest Scam: Hackers Pose as Microsoft Support

juneblogpicnewIt can be a very convincing scheme.  Some targeted individuals’ caller IDs have even read “Windows Support”.

What’s more, hackers may also pose as support technicians from Dell, McAfee, or Symantec.  They exploit these well-known names, possibly with caller ID or other phony evidence, to make them look credible.

Once a user gives credence to the scammer’s story, hackers take a variety of routes.  They may proceed to instruct the user to visit ...

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Five Ways Graphene Will Transform Technology

Scientific showing a piece of graphene with hexagonal molecule.Can you imagine a material that could be used to weave a net strong enough to hold a typical housecat, while being lighter than one of the cat’s whiskers?

This material, graphene, is a reality.  Its namesake is derived from the same material as it is: graphite.  Yes, the same material found in ordinary pencils, when ...

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Three Free Browser Add-ons Protect Your Privacy

webprivacypicIn the age of social media, we’re aware that we have voluntarily provided some personal information on networking and other sites.  It’s why we can surf the internet and use programs like Spotify, Facebook, and Pandora for free, because our personal data is used to specifically tailor advertisements to us.

But what about advertisers gathering and using information that we would rather be kept ...

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