‘Blog’ Category

April 16th, 2019 7:00 am

Getting a new office: When to think about network cabling


We had a client once who was building out a new office space, but hadn’t planned out where their cubicles were going to be. When we came in to do the cabling, they just picked a spot and we ran all the cables.
And then they decided to put More >

April 2nd, 2019 7:14 am

Cabling 101: What type of cable do I need for our office?


Our clients tell us they avoid contacting a cabling pro because they don’t know enough about the topic to ask the right questions. Yet with all of the devices a business needs to operate efficiently, avoiding your IT provider isn’t really an option.
We get it. It’s difficult to know More >

August 10th, 2018 1:43 am

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 with a huge battery

by Ameer Khan

According to CNN, Samsung unveils its newest Galaxy Note soon to hit stores “August 24”. With all the new updates its not cheap “The Note 9 starts at $999.99, while the 512GB version will cost you $1,249.99.”

 
With further research from Samsungs Note site it will contain More >

June 24th, 2018 1:30 am

Fixed Memory Prices Breaking Anti-trust Laws

pcgamesn state that Chinese memory manufacturers have been fixing memory prices

“Samsung, Micron, and SK Hynix are all being investigated by Chinese antitrust regulators and could face a fine of up to $8 billion. That’s going to make the potential $400 million fine Samsung is paying out for some FinFET More >

May 31st, 2018 7:35 pm

Is your Internet Security is Jeopardy?

Last month the FBI released news that a worldwide cyber attack might be endangering your network. Their recommendation for the time being is rebooting your network router to factory setting and set up your network with different credential.

The FBI currently has this to say
 
“Mollie Halpern:
Reboot your router.
 
That’s the recommendation More >

May 27th, 2018 10:15 pm

Uber Shutting down Self Driving programs in the Arizona

From Matt McFarland from CNN
 
“The tech company announced on Wednesday it will lay off 300 Uber workers in Arizona. It said it will focus on its autonomous vehicle efforts in San Francisco and Pittsburgh.
Most of those impacted by the layoffs are vehicle operators, who were paid to supervise the More >

May 10th, 2018 7:33 pm

Windows 10 April 2018 Update is crashing some systems with Intel SSDs

Shawn Knight from Techspot

Microsoft’s Windows 10 April 2018 Update starting rolling out to the general public on April 30 but has since been halted for some users.
As outlined in a recent Microsoft Answers post, systems with certain Intel-branded solid state drives may enter a UEFI screen reboot or crash repeatedly when upgrading More >

April 25th, 2018 1:37 am

AMD releases Ryzen Gen 2 Processors

AMD has recently released its second generation Ryzen CPUs this April 19th 2018

https://download.amd.com/video/108020_PinnacleMotionHero_1920x600_LOOPED_webm.webm
Gaming beyond Imagination. 2nd Gen Ryzen™. The Intelligent Processor-AMD
 
From Gordon Mah Ung from “PCWorld
“The new 2nd-gen Ryzen chips are based refined CPU cores that AMD calls “Zen+.” While the first-gen Ryzen chips were built on a 14nm More >

April 15th, 2018 1:27 am

Alexa’s deranged laugh scaring the public

From Phonedog Media Family,
“Many owners of Alexa devices have recently reported that their voice-powered smart speaker let out a creepy laugh out of nowhere. “Lying in bed about to fall asleep when Alexa on my Amazon Echo Dot lets out a very loud and creepy laugh… there’s a good More >

April 8th, 2018 1:37 am

Facebook suspending Canadian Political Data Firm

From CNN: https://www.cnn.com/2018/04/07/politics/facebook-suspends-canadian-data-firm/index.html

“Facebook announced late Friday that it is suspending AggregateIQ, a Canadian data firm, for its alleged ties to SCL, the parent company of Cambridge Analytica.

“In light of recent reports that AggregateIQ may be affiliated with SCL and may, as a result, have improperly received FB user data, we More >

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