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Choosing The Right Help Desk

Posted on December 26th, 2015 by ScienceDude

rosOpen source help desk software was created in order to provide convenience to the business owners. Since it is a tool wherein customers can raise their concerns easily, it will not be hard on the part of the owners to manage their business well. They can offer 24/7 customer service support via the internet and they can have an overview on their strengths as a business. However, choosing the right open source help desk can be a difficult process. There are several online sources that provide help desk software for free. With numerous benefits …

HP ProLiant Disk Problems Are Pain In The Neck!

Posted on December 22nd, 2015 by ScienceDude

hpdpThere are so many people who patronize the computer brand HP, and many people become disappointed when they encounter HP ProLiant disk problems because of course, they thought this brand would be hassle-free and easy to use. Let us all face it, we can’t avoid disk problems. Hard disk problems are also hard to resolve. This is how hard things can be when you mess up a hard drive. Things get even harder when you find out that they can’t be reformatted (like memory cards) and reused.

There are always instances that your computer will encounter at least some logical disk issues. Although all can be retrieved with the help of a data recovery company, there is still a possibility that these files will never be recovered again. Thus, whenever you have any kind of logical disk issues that you know are not mechanical, the system should be checked as soon as possible in order to prevent losing all the files. Usually, logical disk problems exist when your computer does not turn on or when you hear a clicking, scratching, grinding or any strange noises. This will signify a damaged hard drive as it might be affected by an electrical problem or other external factors.

Furthermore, there are a lot of obvious signs with a damaged hard drive. This includes not able to save or open your computer system, as well as inaccessibility for your files. It can be beneficial to fix it all by yourself to lessen expenses but if you are not an expert, better find an experienced technician who can handle your drive problems. This person will probably quite easily recover your files, especially if you cannot handle the overall system failure.

When it comes to servers, it is always the best to be careful and take good care of your hard drive backups rather than try to look for a solution when a RAID array breaks or gets corrupted. If you own an HP device, you need to be extra careful because it is really hard to avoid having a major system issue and if it gets corrupted, it will forever be damaged and it sometimes is possible that the drives disappear forever. One of HP’s most trusted partners for fixing RAID disk problems is Hard Drive Recovery Associates of Irvine, CA. See their site here. HP and Dell RAID array recovery is their specialty.

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Defining The Portable Concept

Posted on December 11th, 2015 by ScienceDude

Just a couple of years ago, if you said, “mobile computing,” everyone knew what you were talking about: laptops. These densely packaged, battery-powered little PCs were popping up everywhere. But the rapid increase in processing speeds and chip densities, coupled with the advancement of display technology, has lowered the cost of computing power, sparking the development of whole new classes of computing and communications devices.

Today we have notebooks, subnotebooks, mini-notebooks, hand-held PCs, personal digital assistants, smart phones, and two-way pagers. But we don’t need to tell you that; you probably already have two

Laptops Will Always Be King Of The Portables

Posted on December 7th, 2015 by ScienceDude

Considering the tco premium most companies must pay for the care and feeding of notebook computers, you might expect Dan Barth to be looking to trade in his laptops for desktops the way sports memorabilia collectors are looking to unload their Latrell Sprewell trading cards.

But you’d be wrong.

Barth, CIO at Pinnacle Brands, a $200 million Dallas-based maker of trading cards, has shifted to buying laptops rather than desktop PCs exclusively, even though he knows that laptop total cost of ownership is higher–sometimes much higher. In fact, Meta Group Inc. estimates that because

Predicted Computing Megatrends Prove True

Posted on December 4th, 2015 by ScienceDude

Multimedia is the first megatrend that we will examine. Multimedia really means multiple data types or formats, not multiple media. Pragmatically, the term “multimedia” has been used to define computers with the capability to play sound and rich graphics sequences. Video and sound files are enormous relative to classical computer data. CD-ROM has been the only economical storage media and device capable of handling such files. Therefore, today’s multimedia computers all feature CD-ROM drives. I think of multimedia as computing’s attempt to mirror every form that human thought can take.

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