Tips For Moving Computer Equipment In Your Office

Posted on: 21 March 2019
From time to time, you'll probably need to move the computer equipment around in your office. You might need to move it so that you can clean the area thoroughly, for example, or you might need to move it to a different location. By following these tips, you can move your computer equipment easily without damaging it. Use a Server Jack for Heavy Items For one thing, you might find that some of your computer equipment is pretty heavy and therefore tricky to move.
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Having Trouble Updating Your Company's Windows 1.0? 6 Major Problems An IT Consultant Can Solve For You

Posted on: 26 November 2018
While your company probably isn't still using Windows 1.0, originally released in 1985, your company is likely facing a number of confusing technological challenges. Hardware and software evolve seemingly at the speed of light, leaving many small (and large) businesses in the dust. Don't be left behind! Consider the ways in which an IT consulting service can keep your systems up and running -- and highly competitive. 1. Security Threats 
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3 Areas Of Expertise Often Offered By IT Support Specialists

Posted on: 20 June 2018
In a business world that so heavily revolves around and relies on technology, there is a greater need for people who are available to tackle all those complicated and time-consuming tasks. Thankfully, there is no shortage of IT support specialists out there who can help you with everything from setting up and securing a new network to tracking down issues. What most business owners do not know about IT support specialists is that they often have certain areas of expertise to offer.
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Two Design Tips For Roping In A Commercial Publisher With Your Author Website

Posted on: 8 February 2018
Although self-publishing has become a viable and powerful way for authors to get their books in front of readers, many writers still dream of landing contracts with commercial publishers. If this is your goal, then you absolutely must have an author website, but it's not enough to just throw up a template on your domain name. Here are two things your author website must have if you hope to attract the attention of a commercial publisher.
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