How To

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Protecting your personal computer isn't that difficult, right? Well, protecting all of the machines in your enterprise can be nearly as...

5 Easy Ways to Keep Your Business Secure Online


You don't want others getting their hands on your sensitive data, but at the same time, you don't want to spend the money to get your data...

Destroying Data DIY


Your online activities could open you up to a world of trouble, like hackers, identity thieves and malware. Here are some tips for keeping...

6 Free Ways to Take Control of Your Internet Privacy


Let's face it - no matter how dedicated you are to Linux/Unix, the majority of computers out there use Windows, and like it or not, you'll...

Windows Survival Guide for Linux/Unix Users


Disasters, both natural and human-made, have the potential to destroy data, which can in turn destroy a business. However, planning for...

Disaster Recovery 101


VPNs are becoming easier to set up than ever before. Here we examine how to set up VPN connections on several of the most popular types of...

The ABC’s of VPN Configuration


If you must have the latest shows without paying for them, there are less legal ways to get them. But use them at your own risk.

How to Cut the Cord - Illegally


Cut the cord and experience the future of TV guilt-free. We provide all the options out there for downloading, streaming and OTA.

How to Cut the Cord on Cable TV - Legally


One of the most misunderstood concepts among consumers is that of the gigabyte (GB). This infographic from Xigo explains what a GB is and...

INFOGRAPHIC: How to Stop Overages on Your Data Plan


Whether you want to stream a video or leave an anonymous comment, it's nice to be able to browse the Web without allowing the sites you...

How to Browse the Web Anonymously


If there's anything you need to prove to land a tech job, it's the ability to stay ahead of the curve. Using social media is one way to...

How to Use Twitter to Land a Tech Job


Windows 2008 may be the most space-hogging server to date, but this can be mitigated with careful planning.