13 April 2015
So your Dji Phantom 3 from a site like http://dronesetc.com just arrived at your doorstep and you are anxious to pull your first drone out of its box and get that thing flying! Temper your excitement, however. Before you start to soar your drone you should know that flying a drone isn't like flying a little toy helicopter in your backyard. The FAA has rules and regulations regarding drone use, and you can get in serious trouble if you don't follow the rules set by the FAA.
12 March 2015
Owning a piece of the internet can be done in a variety of ways. One of the more common ways is to invest in actual internet addresses and gateways. When the internet was first established, these address were known as IPv4 addresses. Now, IPv6 addresses are readily available for purchase as well. When you go to buy IPv4, it's important to understand the difference between the two so you can evaluate your value and potential profits over time.
10 February 2015
Tablet computer ownership in the United States increased from 3 percent of adults in 2010 to 34 percent by 2013. What's more, 70 percent of children in households with a tablet computer use these wireless devices. That aside, tablet computers are expensive toys, and when things go wrong, parents can face costly repair and data recovery bills. If your child regularly uses your tablet computer, learn how you can protect the device with these useful tips and tricks.
26 January 2015
As the demand for reliable and dependable data management grows, so does demand for colocation services. According to the Stack's Mark Turner, the value of retail colocation reached $2.83 billion in 2013, with a projected high of $5.27 billion expected as soon as 2018. So what's the big deal with the demand for colocation? As it turns out, there are several factors that continue to drive the colocation market, especially as cloud services grow in popularity among both businesses and consumers.
7 January 2015
Thanks to the prevalence of high-speed Internet connections and its ever-increasing speeds, plenty of small businesses have managed to shake up the way they do things. Nowhere is this clearer than in the communications arena, where many businesses are cutting copper cords in favor of Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) services. The two main choices usually offered are hosted VoIP and IP Private Branch Exchange (PBX). The following offers a detailed comparison of what these voice services have to offer.
12 November 2014
Most computer users have encountered the phenomenon known as the Blue Screen of Death (BSoD). The Blue Screen of Death, also known as a STOP Error, will appear when a computer system experiences a serious problem that it cannot handle, usually driver or hardware related. The BSoD generally causes the computer system to automatically reboot, but not before a blue screen appears indicating a problem. Learn the most common causes for the blue screen of death and how to fix them.
31 January 2014
If you own a small business, you know how important it is to effectively communicate your product and brand to potential and current customers. In today's digital age, where most customers are carry a powerful mobile device with them everywhere they go, one of the easiest ways to stay in touch with them is to create an app. If you don't know much about computer coding, however, this process can be very daunting; with a good idea and the help of an app creating program or programmer, you can have a functional, unique app that will help you to expand your business.