Data Residency is a subject that has become more popular over the past few years, but not everyone knows what it means yet, and not everyone agrees on its signficance.
“Data Residency” means where your data is physically stored. The rise of the cloud gave us the ability to store things anywhere on Earth (or elsewhere, theoretically), and then concerns began to rise about what country our sensitive data should be stored in. Read more
This is a common question when someone first calls us for help.
It’s a simple question with an easy answer. And we do give the answer when people ask. However, the question misses the mark a little, and it is a signal that I will at some point need to go into education mode with this customer about what we do and how we do it. Our Hourly rate is more expensive than our monthly rate because our hourly rate does not keep you out of trouble. Read more
Technology seems fragile in a lot of ways. When compared to other products that we buy, technology is infamously fragile. Imagine if you bought a car jack that sometimes didn’t work, and you had to twist it and wiggle it a certain way before it would start lifting your car. That sounds dangerous. In fact, lifting your car is the jack’s main purpose, so if it doesn’t do it well, maybe you should throw it out and buy a new one. Most of us would. Read more
If you’re still asking whether or not you need to upgrade from XP to something else, the answer is yes, unless you are about to give up technology for good.
Your choices Read more
- Windows 8 PC
- Windows 7 PC if you manage to buy the license
- Mac computer
- Linux computer
- iOS (Apple) tablet
So you just bought yourself a fancy new Apple OS and/or iOS device – congratulations! May your Apple product serve you well for years to come. Read more