Has Firefox abandoned supporting your old legacy web app that your entire organization relies upon? Web programming technologies are changing all of the time and some of the well-known technologies are now considered deprecated by most browsers. For instance, most of your modern-day web browsers either do not support Adobe Flash anymore or they have […]
I have written several blogs on the importance of backups of your data. I recently completed an audit for systems and servers that we backup. The two major issues I found were first, backups failing due to software problems and second, backups running but not backing up the correct data. Between viruses and hardware failure, […]
AMD has made waves in 2017, first with their brand new Ryzen processor line. Not long after that they released a refresh of their RX 400 series GPUs, the RX 500 series. THEN out of nowhere they announced another CPU, ThreadRipper. This new CPU will be an answer to Intel’s “enthusiast” CPUs that feature extremely […]
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We have many happy Medical clients that lean on us to help them with HIPAA compliance. HIPAA compliance is a mine field that has costed Medical Practices millions. Let us help get you on track from procedures to firewalls and everything in between. We are happy to help with your EMR/HER, HIPAA Compliance issues, controlled […]
USB Type-C / Thunderbolt 3 Ports Most of us are used to the USB Type-A ports we’ve been plugging stuff into on our computers for years now. Whether it’s version 2.0 or version 3.0 (the faster blue one), we’ve been plugging devices into them to either transfer data back and forth (flash or external drive, […]
Buying a new PC or laptop is fun stuff, but it also poses a problem – what do you do with your old one? If it’s very old, then taking it to an electronics recycling center is the best option – there are several in and around Austin. Most will accept both computers and monitors, […]
An uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is primarily used to provide a backup power source to your computer and other devices plugged into it. In addition to acting as a backup when the power goes out, most UPS devices also act as power “conditioners” by ensuring that the electricity flowing to your computer and accessories is […]