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  • Educational Alternatives To Standard Video Games

    11 September 2018

    Many parents are not big fans of video games. The idea of their children spending endless hours online playing shoot 'em up video games, or fantasy role-playing games, is not that pleasing to most parents. The problem is that many children are so adamant about playing online games that it can be a trying issue for parents to try and wean their kids off them. This can result in a lot of fights and other issue that are just too stressful.

  • What You Should Know About a Career in Cyber Security

    6 June 2018

    As technology advances further, it has become important for businesses to focus on cyber security to protect their investment and their customers. If you are looking for a career that pays well and has a great outlook, you should consider cyber security. If you still aren't sure what cyber security entails, check out these five facts to help you determine if it is the right position for you. A Security Officer Manages the Computer Systems

  • Five Ways A PBX Business Phone System Can Increase Small Business Efficiency

    15 March 2018

    Any small business owner planning out a new company phone system should explore the available technologies. One available technology to consider is a PBX phone system. A PBX phone system, or a "private branch exchange" system, is a system that makes it possible to switch calls between local lines and inside users to make the most of a limited number of external phone lines.  The following are a few of the advantages that small business owners should evaluate when planning for a business telephone system:

  • 2 Easy Ways To Take Care Of Your Computer

    12 January 2018

    If you want your computer to continue to function as smoothly as it is right now, you need to make sure that you are taking care of it. Your computer requires a little care and attention in order to continue to operate effectively. Invest in Antivirus Protection Personal computers are frequently attacked by viruses and malware. Viruses and malware can lurk on your computer without you even being aware, collecting information and slowing down your computer.

  • Incorrect Password, Locked Out, Try Again: Phrases That Frustrate And How To Cope

    15 May 2017

    In today's world, most people have no less than a dozen websites each where they have to log in and provide a password. Every single site expects you to have an entirely different and complex password, too. That is just unreasonable. Nobody can remember that and no one wants to go through the hassle of creating a new password every time. If you are sick and tired of seeing incorrect password, locked out, and/or try again in ten minutes, you are probably just as frustrated as the next person.

  • 4 Tips for Choosing Accounting Software for Your Small Business

    18 January 2017

    As a small business owner, it is important to purchase accounting software that will allow you to keep track of your company's financial information, both for tax reasons and to monitor cash flow. With so many types of software on the market, it can be difficult to choose the one that best meets your needs. Use the following tips to help ensure that your small business buys the best accounting software for its circumstances.

  • Choosing Between Non-Transactional And Transactional Databases

    28 December 2016

    When setting up a database for your organization, you'll be confronted with the choice of setting up the database as a transactional or non-transactional database. These two database types are critical, as it will have an impact on how your applications are programmed and how your staff members interact with the database.  Transactional Databases Can Be Rolled Back The benefit of the significant resource and development costs is that a transactional database is ultimately more accurate.