How Should I Back Up My Computer?

February 25, 2015

95% of computer users store information on their computer that they don’t want to lose. If you are one of these, then you should be backing up your computer. If you don’t, you run the very real risk of losing the information stored on your computer. If you think it can’t happen to you, think […]


Laptop COA and Recovery Discs

July 20, 2012

About a year ago in July of 2011, our newsletter included an article entitled, “COA’s and Laptops” (  That article talked about how the Certificate Of Authenticy sticker on laptops often gets rubbed off making it difficult to reinstall Windows in the event of a hard drive failure. In August of 2011 our newsletter included […]


Business Continuity Plan

June 22, 2012

You have probably heard the term, Disaster Recovery. A Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) is a plan for how you will recover if your business encounters some sort of disastrous event. In recent years, the term Disaster Recovery Plan has been replaced with the term Business Continuity Plan. This not just a plan for how your […]


Mirror Your Hard Drive

March 25, 2010

When you hear the word RAID, you probably think of the bug spray. Us techno-geeks, however, think of Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks. Originally, RAID was invented so that you could put together several small, less expensive disks and make them work as one larger disk which would cost more than the cost of all […]