Technology is ever-increasing, and it isn’t just concerned with nerdy types that attended MIT, or the ubiquitous hackers that seem to be everywhere. A word that those of us who just use ordinary technology such as smartphones, tablets and laptops are likely to add to their tech vocabulary is…Wi-Fi 6.
Bobby NiswongerEagle Scout of Troop 48
IT Technician, Web Designer...Read More
Emails offer a more convenient and quick way of effective communication. They come in two types; business and personal emails. Email etiquette refers to the guidelines that one should follow when writing an email. These rules exhibit politeness as well as professionalism when communicating via emails. One should consider them well before sending an email.
Why Use Email?
It takes 20 years to build a reputation and one or two minutes of a cyber affair to ruin it. Imagine logging into your best-loved social media platform only to find your personal information available to anyone who looked. Eerie, it is, right? Such can be mitigated by incorporating Multi-factor Authentication (MFA).
A password alone is not enough to protect your data from prying eyes....Read More
Are you tired of using Microsoft Paint to edit your photos? Today’s your lucky day. Canva is a web-based photo editing software that allows you to customize your photos to their fullest extent! Anywhere from icons, to Facebook posts, and even .gifs! Canva has everything you’ll need to have a professional touch to any piece of media you upload either to your website, social media, or even...Read More
Computers are a near ubiquitous part of all our lives in the modern era. Technology is one of the defining characteristics of western society. Computers allow us to do things that were impossible for previous generations.Yet the question still lingers. Which is the best type of computer for you, a laptop or desktop? This question is deeper than it first appears. Let’s dig a little deeper...Read More
Windows 7 is Coming to an End
Windows 7 has been around for nearly ten years. We’ve all had our fair share of ups and down on the operating system, but for the most part, it’s been a great run. For most of us utilizing a computer in our every day lives, we’ve used Windows 7 at least once. I got my first computer in 2009, rocking Windows 7 with an AMD Athlon 64 X2 and 2GB...Read More