How To Tell If Your Hard Drive Is Failing

29 July 2020
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Has your computer been acting up and you are not sure what is wrong with it? The problem could be due to a failing hard drive. Since your boot is an essential part of your computer, it is important to know the signs that the drive is failing and needs to be repaired. Crashing The first thing you'll likely notice is crashing. There may be times where the computer randomly shuts down, especially when you access a file or try to open a program that is not already open and in the computer's RAM. Read More 

What Is Printer Toner Made Of?

17 April 2020
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Inks have been made from all sorts of materials over the course of generations, including the blood of certain types of animals and animal secretions. Today, modern printers use ink known as toner that is essentially a powder. Over the years, the materials used to create printer toner have become more sophisticated and have integrated a broader range of minerals. The Composition of Toner The printer toner is effectively plastic. This characteristic allows for the toner to be moved around using static electricity. Read More 

Tips For Addressing Common Cybersecurity Issues

16 December 2019
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Protecting your company's digital existence is important. You need to be able to keep your company data as well as your client information secure from potential digital intruders. The better prepared you are, the easier it is for you to ensure your network integrity. If you're preparing a cybersecurity plan, there are some things that you should pay attention to. Here are a few key things that you need to address. Read More 

3 Benefits Of Using A Managed Service Provider To Maintain Your School’s IT Infrastructure

5 August 2019
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Integrating technology into lesson plans makes the school day more engaging and interactive. It's also a good way to prepare your students for the workforce — technology is becoming an increasingly important part of careers, even those outside of the IT sector. However, integrating technology into school life requires a stable internet connection and up-to-date computer equipment. Some schools — especially smaller, private schools—may lack the staff necessary to maintain all of their IT infrastructures. Read More 

Online Learning: When Class Entry, Sound, And Interaction Go Wrong

19 February 2019
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More and more, online learning is entering every school and every classroom. From kindergarten through Master's programs, people are learning through classes and lessons online. Homeschooling is taken to a new level, too, allowing kids to sign in to uniquely url-ed classrooms that allow them to interact with their teachers and other students. However, all of that online learning comes with its own set of problems. Check out the usual online learning issues, and what to do if you find yourself in this position. Read More