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Beware of Domain Name Parking Scams and Schemes

August 22, 2013 Bill Hartzer

If you own a domain name, and you don’t currently have a live website on that domain, then one option is to park that domain name and potentially earn revenue from it. Keep in mind, though, that if you park a domain name, and plan on eventually using it as […]

Set Up A Cisco Linksys AC-1750 Router: A Review

February 14, 2013 Dave Taylor

I’m wondering if you can step me through the process required to configure one of the new Linksys routers, specifically the AC-1750? I’m excited to get 802.11ac and its huge speed improvement, but am leery that it’s going to be a bear to set up. Got one? Can you help?

Zero-Day Exploit Fix Released For Internet Explorer 8

January 3, 2013 Zach Walton

Microsoft would love it if you used Internet Explorer 9, or IE10 on Windows 8. That’s not going to happen, however, as many users are still on Windows XP where Internet Explorer 8 reigns supreme. Those users are now under attack as a zero-day exploit has been found.

How To Save Your smartphone From Malware

December 30, 2010 Brajeshwar Oinam

Every day, millions of people all over the world flip open their smartphones and connect to the same Internet that they have used for over almost two decades. They are mesmerized by the way technology has evolved, but never stop and think about how little the Internet itself has changed. […]

Enemies of IT: Requirements Creep

July 29, 2010 Michael Marr

Information Technology can be loosely defined as implementing technology to improve upon a business process. Many businesses fail to properly document the full procedure and scope of a business process, as many processes are generally handed down from one worker with the responsibility to others that replace them and/or others […]

Start Your Process With Future State

May 6, 2010 Mike Kavis

As I have mentioned in numerous posts over the last several months, I am finding that things like process, governance, architecture, SOA, cloud computing, and others are much easier in my new startup world than in my old corporate world that I battled in since the 80’s. Even though I […]

Modernizing Your Data Center With Cloud Computing

March 25, 2010 Mike Kavis

There is a huge debate going on about private clouds and whether they are really clouds or just a buzzword for modern day on-premise data-centers. An article called Are Private Clouds Hogwash? does a great job of capturing the debate that has been raging on for over a year now.

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