March 31st, 2012 (tomorrow!) has been deemed World Backup Day to encourage people around the world to backup their irreplaceable and valuable data!
Tap the title bar (and save tireless scrolling to the top). This works in many apps. Often you’re working or looking at something 5, 10, 20 pages down and you want to get to the top. Rather than swiping like crazy to get back to the top, simply tap the title bar and you’ll instantly [...]
Unexpected calls to homes from all over the world continue with callers’ statements like: “We are calling you from [XYZ] company and noticed that your computer is infected with a virus.” Unaware clients are then misled into giving remote access to home computer(s) to the caller, who proceeds to install what appears to be anti-virus [...]
Our team is truly global, and here are just a few photos of our Nerds in action all around the world. Check out the rest of our photos at NerdSpotting.com.
The amount of programs installed on a computer is one of the most common causes of sluggish computer performance, and can directly affect the security of your computer, and how reliable it is.
Network-Attached Storage devices are very useful and provide a centralized, redundant location for any type of files your staff can access from any computer on the network.
Old Systems on your NerdsBackup account are generally created when you move to a new computer. The data on your new computer is backed up but it does not over write your previous data. Each system on your NerdsBackup is identified by its computer name. The Old System will be marked as inactive once it [...]
We know you want to save your money, not spend it, and the money you do spend must have value and a solution attached to it. We get that. That’s why we don’t charge for the time it takes to do a job, but rather for the service itself. Whether it takes us one hour or four hours, you won’t pay a cent more.
In a recent episode of the podcast Windows Weekly, There was a discussion about whether Windows 8 will target consumer or business clients, and all three hosts seemed to agree that it will target consumers and businesses in the years to come, once things are improved and fine-tuned.