Cyber security has become a hot topic for companies in need of IT services in Los Angeles. Whether you are a small or medium-size business, choosing the ...
In the event of a long and undoubtedly unwelcome power outage, it is important to perform a clean shutdown of your servers. Below is some important information regarding safe server shutdowns, and important steps to take while doing this.
Is your poor cell service (aka low- to- no bars) at home keeping you from getting rid of your landline? If so, good news: Your iPhone 6 has a built-in solution.
Instead of relying on cell towers (the culprit to poor cell service), the iPhone 6’s “WiFi calling” feature employs your home Internet to make calls and send texts, allowing your phone to call and text to and from places outside of the cell service’s radius while saving you on monthly minutes.
What makes a successful tweet?
Apparently, that particular tweet's amount of retweets. What makes a tweet get retweeted in bulk? That's the question. And together, Google and Cornell University found the answer.
Researchers from Google and Cornell teamed up and combed through roughly 1.7 million tweets to determine which ones got retweeted the most and why.
One of the most annoying things about typing on a smartphone is inserting punctuation. Toggling back and forth between the alphabet and punctuation layouts is a time-waster that can easily be avoided. Here are three tricks that allow you to punctuate your messages without switching from one keyboard to another:
1. Spacebar double-tap.
It's been out for a while now, and the reviews are stellar - mostly. Since Apple unleashed its iOS7, millions of users have updated their i-devices and are pretty happy with the cutting edginess of the new operating system. But there are some aspects that drive many users crazy as well, particularly how fast it drains the phone's battery.
Letting your computer's software get old has two major drawbacks. First, old software means you're likely missing out on important and useful updates to the programs. The second and most important drawback is vulnerability: Letting outdated software sit on your computer opens the system up to possible attacks of malware/viruses/hackers.
More and more documents are coming to us via PDF for signature, edits, etc. Managing and editing PDFs on your iPad has never been easier and more affordable thanks to PDFpen. This $14.99 iPad application from software maker Smile lets you electronically edit and deliver PDFs with your signature.
Windows 8 has arrived in all of its glory-and with all of its many, many changes. The absence of the Start menu is a particularly frustrating change for most users, who without it are having a great deal of trouble finding their installed applications.
Windows 8 may be infamous for that missing Start button, but it has a lot of added features as well, one of them being the ability to take a screen shot without any added software.
When you want to capture whatever is on your screen, simply press the Windows key and the Prt Sc key simultaneously.
If you're like me, most everyone you know comes to you with their computer woes, yet they can't clearly articulate exactly what those woes are. Enter Windows 7's Problem Steps Recorder, which will greatly enhance the way most troubleshooters troubleshoot.