2016 Job Prospects for Computer Science Graduates

According to Computer Science Zone based on data found by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, over the next 10 years there will be 1 million more computer science-based jobs than there are students, resulting in a potential loss of $500 billion in salaries. Crazy, right? It’s not secret that technology has grown dramatically over the last decade with societies constant  Read More →

Why Renting Computers for Your Business is Better than Buying Them

If you’ve been buying computers for your company over the years, you may have an assortment of brands and different versions of operating systems and software. Perhaps the equipment is getting out of date and hard to maintain. There’s an alternative to buying new computers every time you need them. If computers are essential for your business, and if your  Read More →

How to Use iCloud Keychain

The iCloud Keychain keeps your Safari website usernames and passwords, credit card information and Wi-Fi network information updated across all of your approved Apple devices that use iOS 7.0.3 or later or OS X Mavericks v10.9 or later. It can also keep your mail, contacts, calendar and messages accounts updated across all of your Mac computers. Here’s how to use  Read More →

Tips to Help Your Computer Keep its Cool

Computer parts generate a lot of heat when the computer is on. In a properly configured PC, much of this heat is moved out of the computer’s case by several fans but, if they’re not removing the hot air fast enough, serious damage could occur. Obviously, your goal should be to keep your computer as cool as possible. There are  Read More →

Things to Consider Before Switching from a Windows PC to a Mac

You’ve been comfortable with your Windows operating system for years, but now you’re considering buying a Mac. There’s no doubt that the Apple Mac is a fine machine but, when you’ve been used to working with Windows for so long, you may find that learning how a Mac works offers more challenges than you were anticipating. There are a few  Read More →

10 Things Every Computer User Should Know

Even if you’ve been using a computer for years, you may not consider yourself completely tech-savvy and there’s a lot of useful information you may not know that could save you a lot of aggravation or prove to be just plain useful. Let’s look at 10 things every computer user should know. Understand How Your Network Functions Become familiar with  Read More →

Workplace & Gender Diversity In Technology

Imagine you open your morning paper, browse through the ads section, and find out about a great multinational company looking to hire someone with your skills. You send in your resume, get called in for an interview, ace it like you were born for the job and a few days later, get the congratulations call from the hiring manager. Bustling  Read More →

Take Your Computer Outside and Work in the Sunlight

With the advent of warmer weather, it would be nice to be able to do some of our work on a laptop outdoors where we could enjoy the fresh air and sunshine. A portable personal computer should allow you to work in all lighting conditions, whether inside or out. After all, the laptop was developed so that it could be  Read More →

Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid to Buy a Refurbished Computer

If we’re honest, most of us would rather have a brand new computer than something that’s been pre-owned, but there’s a big up-side to buying a refurbished computer and that’s the price. Here’s why you shouldn’t be afraid to buy a refurbished computer. What You Need to Know Maybe you’ve had the experience of buying something expensive and, after taking  Read More →

How to Make Your Older Desktop PC Wireless

Just about any desktop PC can support a wireless Internet connection, even older ones. Here’s how to make your older desktop PC wireless. Check for Spyware First, you’ll need to make sure that your PC is free of unwanted spyware or other harmful files that could make your wireless connection slow. For an older desktop PC, especially, scan your computer  Read More →