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Shiny New Gadget Of The Month: Rocketbook: A Super- Convenient Way To Store And Organize Handwritten Notes

Shiny New Gadget Of The Month: Rocketbook: A Super- Convenient Way To Store And Organize Handwritten Notes

If you’re like me, you still like taking notes with a pen and paper. Problem is, note pages can pile up, get lost and be a pain to organize. But thanks to a special notebook called Rocketbook available in September, you can still take notes the “old-fashioned” way of pen and paper, but then file, organize and store your notes digitally for quick access and retrieval!

Rocketbook looks like an ordinary pad of paper.

How To Backup Your Smart Phone

You regularly back up your computers (or at least you should), but do you do the same with your smartphone? Given the massive amounts of contact information on, photos, videos and other data we
all carry around on smartphones, it’s critical cal to back them up or risk losing all that data forever.

Protect Your Server From Heat Exhaustion

Do You Keep Your Server In A Closet?

If So, You Need To Read This Important Summertime Warning

Confusion. Dizziness. Fatigue. Muscle cramps. These are some of the first signs of heat exhaustion in humans. But did you know that your SERVER can also suffer from heat exhaustion and “meltdown,” causing slowness, blue screens, random reboots and complete meltdowns? If you keep your server in a closed closet or other small, confined space, here are three things you need to address during hot summer months to avoid premature loss of your equipment and data.

How To Avoid Runaway IT Projects That Empty Your Wallet

In 2002, McDonald’s decided to implement a system to provide their corporate executives with a bird’s-eye view of their 30,000 stores, to track, measure and monitor everything from profitability to cooking-oil quality. The project, named “Innovate,” was a massive five-year project with a billion-dollar budget.

“It Never Hurts To Ask”

“It never hurts to ask.”

We often hear that said. But is it true? Recently someone asked me for a favor. The request came in an impersonal form e-mail. I had some business dealings with this person many years ago. Since then, I had heard from them only once when they asked another favor.

Shiny New Gadget Of The Month: Navdy

Many of us realize how dangerous it is to check e-mail or text messages while we’re driving, but we don’t feel like we can afford to ignore our phone. Brand-new product Navdy to the rescue!

Navdy is a transparent Head- Up Display (HUD) that projects information as if it’s fl oating six feet in front of you.

The 5 Most Dangerous Pieces Of Information To Give In An E-mail

In the book Spam Nation, investigative journalist and cybersecurity expert Brian Krebs revealed the single most effective (and relied upon) way cybercrime rings gain access to your bank account, credit cards and identity. Ready for it? E-mail.

Whether it’s opening an attachment infected by a virus, or a phishing scam where you unknowingly give up your login to a critical web site, e-mail still remains the most popular and reliable way digital thieves can rob you blind, steal your identity and wreak havoc on your network.

An Urgent Security Warning For Businesses Running Microsoft Server 2003 (And A Limited Free Assessment Offer)

On July 14, 2015, Microsoft is off icially retiring Windows Server 2003 and will no longer be offering support, updates or security patches. That means any server with this operating system installed will be completely exposed to serious hacker attacks aimed at taking control of your network, stealing data, crashing your system and inf icting a host of other business-crippling problems you do NOT want to have to deal with.