Microsoft Pushes Forward with the Surface Hub 2

Most Don’t Even Know about the Surface Hub Microsoft continues to innovate.  While Apple dominates the news these days, and they have taken over the phone market and a good portion of the personal computer market; Microsoft isn’t exactly shrinking.  In fact, they’re forging ahead with some innovating devices that are tailored more to the business world instead of the personal device world. [caption id="attachment_3591" align="aligncenter" width="700"] Photo from the MS Surface Hub Page[/caption] One of those innovations is the Surface Hub. …

Cloud Based Storage Helps Your Business

Make the Change from Server to Cloud Have you ever wondered, “What is the cloud?”  You’re not alone.  If you have email, Facebook, or any other online account you use it, and you have been using it for years.  The cloud is a somewhat mystical name given to any online storage.  As internet speeds have improved over the years, the cloud has become more popular for storing not just some pictures, but literally every bit of data that you own. …

Your Computer May have Stalkerware

Are You Infected? Last week we talked about how you can tell if your computer has a virus.  Of course, most viruses aren't actually viruses.  They're malware, ransomware, spyware, and other wares.  But there's another bit of coding that you need to watch out for.  You want to make sure that you aren't infected with stalkerware. We have heard of it before.  In fact, we wrote about how to avoid some of it in the past (a small portion is remotely…

5 Signs Your Computer Has a Virus

Know How to Spot a Computer Virus Have you stopped to contemplate what a computer actually is?  It is a series of metal, plastic, glass, and silicon, which forms a physical object.  On their own, they’re rather worthless.  But when they all work together, they create a whole new world.  A virtual world which if computers vanished, it too would vanish. Computer viruses, in that sense, aren’t actually real.  They have no physical properties, and the worst they can do is…

You May Have to Dongle Separately

Getting Rid of the Dongle Apple has been in the news a lot lately.  They're likely on the hook for billions of dollars in taxes to the Irish government, they're negotiating better prices on screens, and the latest report is that you will probably have to purchase a dongle separately when you buy a new phone.  That's right, that tiny cord won't come packed with your phone. This is among other news that the iPhone X may be on its way…