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Say Goodbye to Internet Explorer; Microsoft is finally replacing their vintage browser

Microsoft will be phasing out Internet Explorer and introducing a new browser later this year, marketing head Chris Capossela confirmed. The next browser will use a new name (for now it’s codenamed “Project Spartan”) and have entirely new branding. At the Microsoft Convergence Conference last week, Capossela said “we’re now researching what the new brand,

26 Mar 2015
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8 Easy Ways to Spring Clean your Computer + Infographic

With sunny days ahead, you may be planning to do some spring cleaning around the house. Don’t forget to include cleaning your computer on that list of projects. Besides literally cleaning/dusting your keyboard, mouse, fan and monitor, you can also do these eight things internally to make your computer run faster and smoother. Clean up

19 Mar 2015
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7 tips to avoid getting a computer virus

7 Tips to Avoid Getting a Computer Virus

Although proper network and internet security takes advanced tools like antivirus software, that is not enough to keep you safe; you must also be aware and prepared.  Here are our recommendations that will help you stay safe on the internet. Good To Know Know how to spot a fake email and check an email’s legitimacy.

12 Mar 2015
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Top ten most vulnerable operating systems and applications of 2014

The Most Vulnerable Operating Systems and Applications in 2014

Most people consider Mac or Apple the safest operating systems and know Windows as the less-cool, virus-prone alternative. However, according to the US National Vulnerability Database (NVD), Mac OS X and Apple iOS were the top 2 most vulnerable operating systems in 2014, with Linux Kernel in third place and finally Microsoft Windows 2008 in

05 Mar 2015
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How to remove Lenovo Superfish

Superfish is not Super Fly

Lenovo has been selling computers with a pre-installed adware program that could allow hackers to (pretty easily) steal personal information such as passwords and bank credentials. The adware, created by a company called Superfish, was intended to deliver users targeted ads based on their browsing history and online activity. Although many people have found the

02 Mar 2015
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Content Marketing Trends of 2015

Content Marketing Trends in 2015

Much like the ever-changing persona landscape [link], content marketing changes each year to grow and keep up with target markets and consumer mindset. Get a head start on the competition and make the most of your marketing efforts with content that is relevant and on-point with these top content marketing trend predictions for 2015. A

19 Feb 2015
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The Future of Google Glass

The Future of Google Glass | A Summary

Google announced last month that the Google Glass project is “graduating” from the famous Google[x] lab and the Google Glass Explorer Edition will no longer be available while the company works on a brand new version. The new team, led by Ivy Ross, a jewelry designer, and Tony Fadell, a former Apple product executive and

12 Feb 2015
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Gartner’s Technology Predictions for 2015 and Beyond

By 2015, there will be more than 40 vendors with commercially available managed services offerings leveraging smart machines and industrialized services. These machines will affect both physical labor and tasks based on complex knowledge. However, Smart machines won’t replace humans entirely “as people still need to steer the ship and are critical to interpreting digital

05 Feb 2015
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2015 Annual Browser Review + Infographic

PDF DOWNLOAD: 2015_Annual Browser Review This year’s annual browser review covers not only the top three best browsers but the top ten most popular browsers compared to each other. The infographic lists the browsers from best to worst based on the following performance statistics: Speed & Compatibility Features Security Help & Support Overall Rating Download this year’s

22 Jan 2015
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You’ve Been Hacked! How to Know and What to Do | Antivirus, Task Manager, or Registry Editor are Disabled

Weekly released mini-blogs featuring signs you may be hacked and how to fix them. Anti-virus, Task Manager, or Registry Editor are not working and you can’t start them. If a hacker can first compromise the security of your computer then they are free to carry out much more comprehensive attacks against you. So this is

08 Jan 2015
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