Imagine the alternator on your car died. You can run down to the local Pep Boys, buy a replacement, and install it in your own driveway or garage. You’re back on the road again and you saved a ton of cash instead of taking it to the dealer. Cell phones, tablets, computers and other modern […]
YouTube has lots of new offerings up its sleeve, such as its special interface made just for touchscreens and keyboard shortcuts. It also has an option for viewing using limited data usage for when you’re not on wifi.
Germany’s Federal Office for Motor Vehicles (KBA) sent bad news to Tesla owners when it announced that it wouldn’t approve a feature on the roads if it’s described as “Beta,’ regarding their AutoPilot feature.
Everyday, computer users unwittingly fall victim to social-engineering attacks. What most people don’t realize is that these types of hacking events cannot succeed without their permission. Being aware of prevalent scams is the first step in prevention. Social engineering occurs when a hacker or cyber thief pretends to interact with you in a legitimate way that lowers your guard.
Sam Bergin, President of MacServ IT recently attended the trade show, DattoCon16, hosted by Datto in Nashville, TN. The focus was disaster recovery and business continuity. They specialize in creating products that provide the ability to get servers back up and running within minutes instead of days (or longer…) While a backup is critical, it doesn’t help you if you can’t get your business back up and running quickly.