You will probably have heard the term RAID either when purchasing a high end desktop or laptop computer or more frequently when deciding to add network storage.
RAID Technology was developed as a way of utilizing multiple drives that operate together to effectively act as a single drive which will provide faster data processing speed & higher storage capacity.
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Cybersecurity is one of the biggest challenges in today’s world. It’s nearly impossible to do business without being connected to the internet so it’s a problem for almost everyone.
Keeping your computers and data safe on the internet takes some work but applications like Comodo Client Security make it a lot easier. You might be wondering “Is Comodo safe?” Let’s find out.
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The Perfect Gaming Set Up is a lot of high quality, top of the end stuff. As a company we have had a high demand for us to go out to customers’ homes to go out and set-up their Gaming PCs etc.
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In the first half of 2019, the amount of money stolen by scammers through bank transfers rose by 40% in the UK. Considering many of us have running subscriptions to things like Netflix and Tesco delivery, it’s easy to get complacent about communications surrounding your services.
For instance, there have been online scams circulating in the past 5 years with “callers” from big brands such as BT, O2, Microsoft, and Virgin. And now, we have the same Delhi, India call centres scamming, except with Amazon Prime. Read more “How To Identify IT Fraud: What You Need To Know & How To Avoid It”
Phishing is a term commonly used to refer to an email scam where an attacker, the sender, impersonate an important organisation and lure the recipient into thinking it is a genuine email. It is therefore clearly regarded as a sophisticated form of scam which mostly carried out by emails, but could be delivered via other media.
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Apple is known for having great customer service but if you’re no longer under warranty that expertise doesn’t come cheap. You can easily pay several hundred pounds for anything more than a minor problem!
You can try troubleshooting your own Mac next time. Here’s are some tips
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Password choice is increasingly becoming an important aspect when it comes to browsing the internet safely. Each website that we visit will most likely ask for login details in order for us to gain access to premium content. It is therefore vitally important to think carefully about the information that we provide to these websites and in particular our choice of passwords. In this article, we will discuss the significance of choosing a good password security policy and how to protect yourself by following some good security practices. In this website, we offer advice and tips on how to keep your PC secure and in good working condition.
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Is your Laptop or computer really old? Is it slow and sluggish? Have a lot of junk files you don’t need? Or is your PC just physically dusty? If yes to any of these, you’ve come to the right place.
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If you are encountering problems with your computer or laptop try this computer repair advice top tips as your first call for help. This, how to, computer repair advice and support guide provide useful troubleshooting tips for fixing your pc or laptop hardware or software when it malfunctions. This tutorial provides a guide for computer problems and solutions for various pc hardware and software problems.
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Microsoft Windows installation is nowadays mostly carried out using USB flash drives. This method is more convenient when compared to the traditional CD/DVD drive method. However, small number of users may still be using the traditional CD/DVD drives for installing windows due to its simplicity. In this article the focus is on preparing external bootable USB drives, which can be external USB flash drive or external USB hard drive. However, the same rule will still apply if you are using a CD/DVD drive with a slight difference.
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