This is GetMorePC podcast number three. I wanted to talk about a server. What is a server and do you need one? A lot of people think, “Well I don’t need a server. What do I need a server for? Why do I need a computer that nobody is going to work on in my company? This is just an extra expense.”
I want to talk to you about three things that you should be paying somebody to do in your company, and of course, these are technology things because I am an IT guy. I’m always thinking about techie stuff that people should know about. I want to do this podcast for you all to really get you thinking
This year I'm going to Las Vegas, but not because I just want to go to Vegas. Rather, because I want to take part in the Consumer Electronics Show 2015, also known as CES. Now for me, CES has been a destination I’ve reached only in my dreams. I’ve always followed the show, watching updates from my
Okay, I'm so excited about going to CES 2015 in Las Vegas, NV that I can barely stand it. But my wife says I should just calm down and bang out a blog post about my preliminary thoughts. So I will. I've never been to CES, but I've followed the event every year since I've been aware it existed.
When it comes to computer repair, there really are just two ways to do it, either you do it yourself or you hire a professional to do it for you. For me, however, I would only ever call on a professional when for the more advanced stuff like repairing the motherboard and other hardware concerns. As
There seems to be a never-ending dialogue these days about the increasing digitization of business. Across all industries, more and more work is being conducted online, and for the most part the gradual transition is resulting in improving efficiency and convenience. The clearest example in the past