Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Apple products have become the favorite accessories of many. Everywhere you go, you will see people carrying Apple gadgets like the iPhone, iPod, or iPad. The company’s knack for making popular products has given them a loyal following that has been rapidly growing in the past few years. The trouble is, while Apple products look good and are considered the personification of cool, they can be quite fragile; and as the touchscreens for Apple tablets and smartphones get bigger, they become more susceptible to damage. The Dangers Facing Your Gadget Damage from falling is the main danger for these gadgets. An iPhone or an iPod is often easy to hold with one hand, but an iPad is harder to balance. A single misstep can result in your tablet falling to the ground. If it falls on a carpeted floor, your gadget may survive unscathed; but if it lands on solid concrete or something similar, the screen could likely break into a web of cracks.
Wednesday, January 20, 2016
It’s hard to resist your toddler when they look at you with those round eyes as they ask to borrow your iPad. However, don’t be tempted to just hand over your gadget without protecting it first.
Wednesday, January 6, 2016
IT support is sometimes treated by small business owners as an option rather than a necessity. As a result, they may go years without knowing that their outdated computer system is costing them revenue. Upgrading software and hardware components may seem like an unnecessary expense, but more often than not, doing so offers a huge advantage.
Thursday, December 10, 2015
In today’s world of small technology, we see more and more cracked or damaged screens. The comfort of technology doesn’t come without a price. Despite the countless hours and money spent searching for that very evasive 100% protection for our screen, the iPhones and iPads of this era ultimately succumb to our clumsiness and, sometimes, to the little hands of our children. Let’s face the facts—there is no protection that is capable of preventing iPhone or iPad screen damage. There are a lot of “How To” videos that flood the Web every day. Although many sites like Youtube.com provide helpful videos, it still comes down to the fact that you need to be trained and have the right tools for fixing high-tech devices. The training can cost you a fortune. Everything in these devices are tiny, and it takes specialized tools and steady hands to take on projects like these.
Tuesday, December 8, 2015
A business in Minneapolis that could sport a small in-house IT team will normally need a budget ranging from $50,000 to $80,000. This already includes hiring a specialized technician. One indicator that a business, such as the one you are handling, requires an in-house IT support is when it already has 3 to 50 employees, all working on complex tasks. While having in-house IT allows you to have immediate solutions to your IT issues, however, the upshot can be costly. One increasingly popular and less expensive option is to outsource IT support to a small business computer support company. This type of company has custom-design support systems to meet the specific needs and not just the general ones. It is crucial to hire a specialized company so that you can ensure that your investment is providing a good return.