10 Questions to Ask When Creating a Cybersecurity Plan for Your Business

April 23, 2013

Practical tips for protecting your company from hackers and other online threats.

Hector Ariceaga‘s insight:

10 basic, common-sense points regarding security. Use it as a checklist. Do Not Ignore; your personal and business data are under assault. 

See on www.entrepreneur.com via: pdxtech-info

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Dropbox Vs. Google Drive: Which Cloud Storage Service Is Better?

April 19, 2013

It’s time to weigh out the pros and cons. ;

Hector Ariceaga‘s insight:

Obviously there are many other great cloud storage services available so I will share a more comprehensive comparison list later. However, I really like the feature-by-feature analysis of these two by Business Insider. So there you go.

See on www.businessinsider.com via: pdxtech-info


How to make Windows 8 look like Windows 7

April 12, 2013

We reveal how to water down or ignore some of Windows 8’s more controversial features and restore functionality you thought had vanished.

Hector Ariceaga‘s insight:

We keep getting asked “where is the Start Menu??!!”

As Win8 becomes the default on new PCs, many people just wish they could load the familiar Desktop along with the accompanying Start Menu.

There are other applications that help you accomplish this. However, Skip Metro Suite is the only one (that I am aware of) that helps you do both all in one place.

Look for the grey Download button towards the bottom of their page (http://winaero.com/download.php?view.33). It can have lots of other confusing download buttons. Ignore them.

Step by step instalation  instructions from c-net.com

The program is free. However, satisfied users are encourage to make donations. If you donate, best do it through a single paypal transaction. No need to offer up more info than necessary.

Give it a try.

See on reviews.cnet.co.uk via: pdxtech-info


The Dropbox Blog – Yahoo! Mail + Dropbox

April 2, 2013

Dropbox is a free service that lets you bring your photos, docs, and videos anywhere and share them easily. Never email yourself a file again!

Hector Ariceaga‘s insight:

Struggling Yahoo has just landed itself a nice little deal with it’s integration of Yahoo Mail to Dropbox. This may not a a threat to the likes of Google whigh offers the larger Drive, but it is still significant.

See on blog.dropbox.com via – pdxtech-info


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