Daily Archives: Thursday, April 26, 2012 8:10 pm

A view like no other

Had to share a pic of one of my students.  Josiah works with computers, cells,  networking and Wi-Max. “No known office has a view like mine”~ Josiah

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First look at Google Drive – storage in the cloud

If you have a Google account, you can now get 5gb of storage in the cloud.  I signed up three days ago and just got a notice that I could try Google Drive out.   Following the link to their … Continue reading

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Almost Half Of All Used Hard Drives Contain Info From Previous Owners

By “almost half,” we mean a whopping 48 percent. A full 11 percent of the hard drives contained personal information, while 3 percent of the 200 drives tested contained really, really personal information, including copies of passports, resumes, tax info, … Continue reading

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Microsoft Security Essentials offers new update

I’ve used Microsoft Security Essentials for over a year now with zero problems.   Microsoft is offering an edition upgrade for MSE.  Go over and install or upgrade now.  Link Already have it?  You can do a Windows Update and … Continue reading

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Originally posted on TCAT Shelbyville – Technical Blog:
Why?  The Golden Question All over the internet you will find information on ‘How to Subnet’.   Suddenly you are thrown into a world of bits and binary and given charts of ‘How…

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Originally posted on TCAT Shelbyville – Technical Blog:
Ever wonder what cloud computing is?  Rackspace has an excellent program that you can take for free.   Cloud University offers ten detailed modules along with a exams for each module.  …

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Nissan Hack A Harsh Reminder About Protecting Data Stores From Spies – Dark Reading

Nissan’s disclosure this week of a malware attack in which attackers stole employee user-account credentials was a chilling reminder of the reality of industrial espionage. Nissan Hack A Harsh Reminder About Protecting Data Stores From Spies – Dark Reading.

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