As months and years pass by, even the most powerful computer can start to slow down and show signs of age, much like a car. But as with your automobile, there are steps to take that will minimize the creeping sluggishness and keep your laptop running as fast as possible for as long as possible. Here are a couple of easy steps you can take to keep your computer from slowing down.
Government IT: Hot Tech Trends In 2016
Local, state, and federal governments are aiming to make their tech initiatives more open, responsive, technically up-to-date, and secure this year. Can they pull it off?
Goal Setting Doesn’t Work (And Santa Claus May Not Exist)
By Darren Hardy When we were kids, we thought we could write down a list of everything we wanted and mail it to the North Pole. When we grew up, we realized there wasn’t really a big roly-poly guy who delivered presents. A real person had to earn the money, march through shopping malls, wrestle the presents home, wrap them up, and place them under the tree.
How to Delete Something Permanently From Your Computer
Dragging a file to the trash bin isn't enough to destroy your most sensitive information. Here are easy and effective ways to delete something permanently.
Tip of the Week: Simple Device Turns Your Car Into a Wi-Fi Hotspot
The Zubie dongle is a great way to get smart car technology in your older non-electric car.
Custom-Length Patch Cables I Black Box
Why compromise your work by using the wrong cable length? Call Cable 911 at Black Box and order the custom-length CAT5e or CAT6 patch cables you need right away. Black Box eliminates long lead times for custom cables by offering same day shipping on orders placed by 1PM EST*. Best of all, you won’t sacrifice quality because we test every custom cable we build.
Free MarkLogic NoSQL database tutorial
First in a series of videos covering key concepts about creating Operational Data Hubs in MarkLogic using the Data Hub Framework. Part of the Operational Data Hubs series. Learn about MarkLogic with Free Training.
How virtualization roots out malware
Every IT solution in your organization will encounter malware at some point or another. Some solutions are malware liabilities, others are assets. When it comes to virtualization, there are several cyber security benefits for improving your malware readiness. One of our favorites is called sandboxing, and it’s a good one for you to know about What is sandboxing Sandboxing is one of the rare concepts in virtualization that the average person can usually grasp in just a couple short sentences. Essentially, sandboxing is the practice of tricking an application or program into thinking it is running on a regular computer, and observing how it performs. This is especially useful for testing whether unknown applications are hiding…
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Have you ever wished you could have one-on-one assistance with your Tableau dashboard? Or a chance to discuss your data strategy, additional tools, performance issues or technical challenges with an expert? InterWorks' Chicago team has got you covered. We are opening the doors of our Chicago office at WeWork's Grant Park location for a full day of office hours to offer customized Tableau assistance in a personalized setting. Here's how it works:
Five tips to prevent VoIP eavesdropping
Eavesdropping is the intentional act of secretly listening in on a conversation, usually not for the best of intentions. Although today the act also includes VoIP telephone systems, it’s not a recent trend. As exemplified by the SIPtap attacks of 2007 and the Peskyspy trojans of 2009, cybercriminals have had their eye on VoIP ever since it was introduced to the market.