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Knowledgebase – Tips and Tricks

Knowledgebase - Tips and Tricks

While you should never attempt to repair digital media or recover your own files, you can often prevent file damage by taking immediate action after a disaster. This part of our blog contains tips to help you avoid data loss.

Manage your SSD

Manage your SSD the right way – Part Two

In our last blog, we covered the proper planning of your SSD’s file structure, how to move previously installed programs, and how to adjust the system folder pathing. This time, we will cover the care and feeding of your drive so that simple mistakes can be avoided. Follow these simple suggestions and keep your SSD lightning fast and viable for years to come.

Manage Your SSD

Manage your SSD the right way

The best upgrade you can purchase for a PC is a Solid State Drive. The differences between the average mechanical HDD and the average SSD are significant: lowered disk access speeds, faster boot times, and fast application launches. However, SSDs aren’t perfect and their limitations should be understood in order to make the most of their benefits.

Tips and Tricks

Selectively delete your browser history

When securing sensitive and private data on a PC, most users refuse to consider securing or deleting their browser’s history. This is the record of every internet site and page that a user has visited since the browser was first used or the last history was cleared. For most PC owners, that means their browser history contains everywhere they have visited on the web. Everywhere.

Security Mistakes

Biggest Security Mistakes You’re Making Online

We live in a technological age that allows anyone with access to a computer and the web the ability to do just about anything they can imagine. The downside to this freedom is that many people choose to use their freedom to prey upon others. That is why it is so very important to understand the mistakes we make when using the web and learn from them.

Setup a new PC

Set up a new PC the right way

Even though your new out-of-box PC looks like it is ready to use, there are a number of steps to take before it is prepared for every day, efficient use. Have you removed all of the prepackaged programs that you don’t need? Can you set aside enough time to finish the full range of Microsoft updates? Have you backed up the system yet? These are just a few of the steps needed to prep a new PC once you get it home.

Security Breaches in 2013

Worst Credit Card Breaches of 2013

Identity theft can happen online or offline. If the credit card security of a store is compromised offline, then it could very well be compromised online as well. There are a lot of lessons consumers and companies can learn from the worst credit card breach incidents of 2013.

Self-Encrypting Drives

Self-Encrypting Drives: Top reasons you should purchase one

Following the barrage of revelations concerning governmental spying on digital networks and the high-profile data breaches of the commercial sector, the security of private data has never been more important. A simple way to guarantee the safety of your data is to use a form of encryption when storing important files. There are many options for encrypting information available today, from free public key protocols to enterprise-grade encryption systems, but one of the most effective technologies is the self-encrypting drive.

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