How often do you take your car in for a tune up? Your car and your desktop computer may not seem to have a lot in common, but both are very important devices used on an almost daily basis. They are both subjected to the same stresses that comes from constant use, but most people are far more likely to take their car in for a regular oil change than to clean up their computer's inner components or run a system diagnostic.
The Home Phone provider you choose should not only offer excellent service, with great voice quality, few dropped calls and no downtime, the service should also be affordable. In this era of mobile phones, the need for a phone at home is more about convenience than necessity, making cost an increasingly important factor. When researching costs and consider the available technologies, you should understand that charges usually include more than just the posted monthly rate. Knowing what you are signing up for is essential.
Over the course of an extremely short period in human history, the Internet has evolved from a means of wireless military communication to being the backbone behind billions of daily financial transactions, communications and memes - lots and lots of memes. It’s actually quite extraordinary when you really stop and think about how intertwined this technology has become with modern life. Have you ever taken a step back and given some real thought about whether your High Speed Internet plan is right for you?
It’s that time of year when we take stock and think about things we can change to make our lives better. Although New Year’s resolutions sometimes get a bad rap, a little introspection is a good thing if it provides us with a framework for bettering ourselves. The most common New Year’s resolutions are usually fitness related and with good reason- what’s more important than your health, right?
The last decade has seen the Internet evolve in leaps and bounds – specifically in technologies pertaining to the cloud, big data and pay-for-play computing services. Amazon Web Services officially launched in 2006; prior to that, on-demand utility computing services were only prevalent in university labs and high-end enterprise data centers. These days, anyone can deploy and run a virtual data center in the cloud, as cloud computing pricing models allow customers to pay only for what they use, and scale their usage up or down based on demand and/or budget.