Whether you are looking to install a business phone system or replace an old model with a new phone, you will need to understand the options that are ...
Technology has infiltrated everything from computers to phones to cars and now...thermostats. If you're looking to wisely invest in a home temperature control system, the Nest Learning Thermostat by Nest Labs is a smart way to manage your home's climate.
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.
It's Apple's biggest change since the birth of the iPhone. The aesthetically different iOS7, Apple's free software update from iOS6 for iPhone and iPad, is now gracing the devices of many and, while still struggling with some bugs, is proving quite popular.
he world's longest-ever supported operating system, Windows XP, has a retirement date of April 8, 2014, after which date Microsoft will no longer support the operating system. (Also retiring on this date is Microsoft Office 2003.) An unsupported operating system means the end of critical security patches and the start of major vulnerability to malware and viruses.
Those of us at DCG continue to make your - and our - network security our highest priority. It's both simple and vital that you ensure both your home and business network is secure from malware, viruses and hackers.
The National Security Agency (NSA) published guidelines on network security that we feel are crucial when working to keep your network safe.
I use Dropbox at home, and I'd like to leverage the collaboration features for my business. I've heard about major security flaws with Dropbox. After its recent updates, is Dropbox safe enough for my business?
I can confidently answer yes, Dropbox is safe to use, as evidenced by the fact that we use (and resell) Dropbox for Business here at DCG. It's been reported that Dropbox is the most popular cloud platform, even more popular than Microsoft, Google, and Amazon, and we can see why.
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 The second and most important drawback is vulnerability: Letting outdated software sit on your computer opens the system up to possible attacks of malware/viruses/hackers.
Organizational flowcharts and diagrams have long been a staple for both professionals and regular folks trying to organize professional and personal life. But it's expensive to create sophisticated charts, with popular organizational tools like Microsoft's Visio costing upwards of $300. Luckily apps like Visio have met their match with Dia, a free open sourced diagraming software that rivals Visio but costs its users nothing.
The folks at Fitbit have done it again, only this time they've done it smaller and simpler.
Their newest sleep and activity tracker, the Fitbit Flex, is a smaller, sleeker version of the Fitbit One and is winning rave reviews over competitors Nike+ Fuelband and the Jawbone Up.
Flex's newly designed basic rubber wristband has no display other than a few LED lights and is much more discreet than the other trackers.
Smartphones have become a daily saving grace for most everyone, while at the same time can cause a catastrophe if lost or stolen. These mighty devices, which hold a tremendous amount of personal information, are easy to lose, easy to steal, and can easily fall victim to viruses and spyware.