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Technologies Review | June 22, 2018

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Have you Protected all your Important Files ?

November 21, 2012 |

Everybody’s got valuable information of some sort that they hold dear. For some, it’s precious memories in pictures, or family videos. To you, it may make perfect sense to plan your taxes and balance your personal finances in an organized manner. Why, some of the music you grew up listening to is fast fading into oblivion. It took forever to find the perfect recipe for Sunday pot roast like grandma used to make. These are just a few examples of your highest priorities for which you rely on your trusty personal computing device as a secure storage option, elevating your PC, laptop, palmtop or smart phone to becoming your prime source of solace. At the end of the day it’s simply because your world – how you live and work, depends on it.

Now, pause for a moment – and imagine how totally devastated you’d be, to find out one day that all your critical … Read More

Power Save Option or Sleep Mode

October 4, 2012 |

Power save mode is an option which can be easily activated with the operating systems such as Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7. Activating this mode will ensure that your monitor is off when there is no activity in your PC.

Turning the monitor off doesn’t mean that processes going on in the computer will be stopped or hard drive will stop working. It depends upon the user to fix duration for which he wants his monitor to be at an inactive state, it may be 10 minutes, 20 minutes or an hour.

As nothing is done during this state of monitor, it is also referred to as ‘Sleep’ mode of the computer.

Power saving option varies slightly in different O.S.

Windows XP:Users can change settings by going to ‘Control Panel’, there you can find ‘Power Options’ which include System Standby, System Hibernate and more. There you can select the option according to your … Read More

Cubicles Vs. Private Offices: Which Is More Efficient?

July 21, 2012 |

When shopping for the proper business establishment in the sunny city of Miami, you must remember that you will also need to locate office furniture in Miami, Florida. If you are considering individual private offices, you will need to invest in more furniture and technological supplies; if you choose to go with cubicles, you will find that things will become much cheaper. There are several benefits to each, but you should consider each option carefully before making a final choice. The right choice will keep employees happy, and your business productive.

Cubicles: Saving Space and Enjoying Cost Efficiency

    Cubicles tend to be much cheaper than private offices, and are best suited for businesses that employ several individuals. Individual offices can absorb a lot of space in a business; therefore, a building with lots of offices will cost you much more to rent or purchase than a building with a large room to house … Read More

VoIP vs. Telephone Conferencing

June 4, 2012 |

The way we do business today has changed dramatically. Companies large and small are continuing to find ways to scale back on expenses while remaining competitive in this global marketplace. More companies have discovered conferencing software as an effective means of communicating not only within the organization but also with customers, vendors and strategic partners. Both VoIP conferencing and telephone conferencing allow participants to engage without spending time and money on travel related expenses. While similar, let’s explore the features and differences between the two options.

DIFFERENCES BETWEEN VoIP and TELEPHONE CONFERENCING

VoIP stands for Voice Over Internet Protocol. With a VoIP setup, conferencing software must be installed on either a computer or a mobile phone, and an Internet connection must be present. It’s important to note, though, that some VoIP conferencing providers allow participants to join the meeting by simply using a telephone. (This option, however, is not always the most reliable.) VoIP software … Read More

Vizio XVT3D650SV

November 17, 2011 |

Every good review needs to open with the bottom line. The 65-inch LCD 3D HDTV Vizio XVT3D650SV is great machine. It delivers high quality, a plethora of useful features, and a substantial offering of inputs.

At $3,699.99, the XVT3D650SV might not be the cheapest option, but its loads of features justify its otherwise skeptical cost. The screen is a glossy black that doubles as a mirror when the images aren’t streaming. The body is 2.3 inches thick, and the additional 2-inch border around the screen is a flat black. A wide speaker occupies the bottom border, and that omnipresent Vizio circular logo is backlit when switched on, just like all Vizio models.

It might not be super-thin, but it’s small. The 26-inch stand is oval-shaped, and somewhat wobbly, despite the fact that it cannot be rotated. You might prefer mounting it on a spacious wall. Make sure you have help lifting the 93-pound monster.

The … Read More