David Everitt recently made an appearance on EBW.TV in Port Huron, Michigan, to discuss The Cloud, and how businesses can use it to their benefit.
Have you seen malware on your computer? It’s not from the FBI, and there’s no guarantee paying the ransom will gain you access back to your computer, or disinfect it at all.
In this week’s Tech Tip of the Week on the Jim Relken Show, David Everitt talks about the effect age has on business technology.
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q0eatP3-UFc[/youtube] David Everitt (a Nerd in Port Huron, Michigan) describes the security risks of wireless networks and why it’s important to separate your Guest Network from your Business WiFi Network. This video is an clip from the full episode of the Jim Relken Show on EBW.TV. More episodes can also be found there! We look [...]
How much do you really understand your network? Do you know what kind of data and how much of it is traveling across your network and to the internet during peak periods? Is your network truly protected from all potential threats? These are the kind of questions you or your I.T. people should be asking. It can be very difficult to know what type of security software or appliance you need if you’re uncertain what risks you’re trying to prevent against.
Are you looking to print from your computer or laptop to a remote printer at the office, at home, or a friend’s printer? There are several services that offer the ability to do this, including Google Cloud Print.
Most of us struggle with networking, especially those of us just starting a new business as an entrepreneur. Many questions jump to mind – what do I say? Who do I talk to? Should I hand out my business card? How do I build relationships and connections? How do [...]
This past week, a well-known journalist had his Apple and Google accounts compromised when a hacker used Social Engineering to pose as him, resulting his Apple devices being wiped remotely, his email account was deleted, and his Twitter account was hacked as well.
Last night (or early this morning, depending on where you live), NASA scientists and engineers successfully landed the Curiosity rover on Mars 350 million miles from Earth at a speed of 13,000 MPH, and landed it perfectly using a jet-fired hover crane, which lowered a nuclear-powered 1 ton robot onto the surface of Mars. NASA [...]