Computer Information Technology
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iMap Weather has a fullscreen mode that gives current radar information, ChaserTV live and pre-recorded videos and more. Fullscreen Mode Link
Windows Blue will be free upgrade for Windows 8 customers.
Here’s a cool time-lapse satellite of the Earth – Time.com After the initial start-up screen, you can zoom in on any city in the world or use the tab below the initial view to Explore the World. Las Vegas – Before Las Vegas – After
There’s big talk about Rabbit TV, the usb stick that delivers TV, live streaming, movies and more. Curious about any technology that is out there, I purchased one for $9.99 at a local drug store with a one year free subscription. Rabbit TV promises free TV, classic TV, movies, movies on demand and more. […]
Think you really know Geography? Geoguessr is an online game that uses Google’s Street View. With a small map in the corner of Google’s Street View, you pin where you think the Street View scene is. You then submit your guess and the distance from the real location is measured. It’s […]
This excellent post comes from MakeUseOf. “Did You Know Windows 8 Has a Built-In Time Machine Backup?” “We sometimes forget with all the focus on Windows 8′s new “Modern” interface, but Windows 8 has a variety of great desktop improvements. One of them is File History, a built-in backup feature that functions similarly to Apple’s much-loved Time Machine. […]
Reblogged from Tech - for Everyone: Enable Safe Boot Before You Need It (Or It'll Be Too Late) (And You'll Be Sorry) If you have a computer running Microsoft's 'new' Windows 8, I strongly recommend you take the following (quick and easy) action - promptly. Don't dilly, or dally, do it now! Take it from […]
“One of the US’s critical military and espionage contractors QinetiQ North America (QNA) was successfully pillaged for huge amounts of top-secret know-how by the infamous Chinese ‘Comment Crew’ or PLA 61398 hacking group in a campaign stretching over years….” Chinese ‘Comment Crew’ hackers emptied QinetiQ of top-secret military data. Networkworld (ShareThis)
“Anonymous’ failed attack against Israeli websites last month has left security experts cautiously optimistic that the hacktivist group will be unsuccessful in its plans to disrupt U.S. government and banking sites. Anonymous plans to launch distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks on May 7 against nine government sites and more than 130 financial institutions….” Experts […]
“There are two kinds of people in the world: Those who have lost critical data, and those who will.” How to Build a Bulletproof Cloud Backup System Without Spending a Dime. (Shared – CIO)
“There’s a war going on, and it’s raging here at home — not in the streets or the fields, but on the Internet. You can think of it as a war on the digital homeland. If you work for a power company, bank, defense contractor, transportation provider, or other critical infrastructure type of operation, your […]
The error that you may see if you are currently using Moodle may be seen after cron runs or when heavy access occurs. The error, !!! Can not find data record in database table course_modules. !!! The error is related to heavy transactions and what we believe is caching corrupting the database. To fix the […]
Excellent post from Jennifer at Bits of Bytes. Outlook Error — NormalEmail.dotm.
The Microsoft Surface Pro can be an asset to the Information Technology industry with its versatile ability to accept hardware and applications already in the industry. Microsoft Surface Pro with Microsoft GPS during wireless site surveys. inSSIDer on Microsoft’s Surface Pro Ubiquiti Spectrum Analyzer and the Surface Pro Microsoft’s Surface Pro can us [...]
So your new SSD drive is thin and you can’t align it in your hard drive dock to clone the drive. What do you do? Make it work.
Have you recently purchased and cloned your old HDD with a new SSD? Here’s some tips. There is a balance of performance vs. extending the life of your SSD. Make sure your SATA controller is set to AHCI mode. Set AHCI mode in the BIOS if this is not enabled and make changes to the [...]
If you have been exposed to Malware/Viruses you may notice that when you go to view files, they are hidden. How do you unhide these files? Go to a command prompt as an administrator and type the following - cd\ (Hit Enter) attrib -s -h -r c:/*.* /s /d (Hit Enter) This process [...]
Dawn Babian, System Analyst is the representative for NCWIT. “NCWIT works to correct the imbalance of gender diversity in technology and computing because gender diversity positively correlates with a larger workforce, better innovation, and increased business performance. Increasing the number of women in technology and computing also has the potential to improve the design of [...]
Back in 2007 we published an article on ‘The Challenge of Teaching Information Technology‘. Recently we were also asked to write and article for TricomTS’s blog The Right fIT (Their Corporate Website is here) on Educating Tomorrow’s IT Professional Today. So why do I write these articles? Because Information Technology is growing. Boot camps are only [...]
With Flightradar24 and PlaneFinder (also with apps for all major phones), you can find information when tracking a loved one’s plane or before traveling.
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