Your business relies on a productive workforce and technology that needs to meet the demands of your business. Information technology systems play a major role in your workforce and the significance it has will only continue to increase. When looking at the state of the current marketplace we see four common IT concerns among our customers: • Keeping a lid on costs • Improve security and protect their data • Address problems before they occur

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Apache is a popular open-source, cross-platform web server that is, by the numbers, the most popular web server in existence. It’s actively maintained by the Apache Software Foundation. Because Apache doesn’t perform as well in some benchmarks, especially for static websites or websites with high traffic, some pros uses the NGINX web server instead of Apache. Though NGINX hasn’t been around for as long as Apache, it’s quickly grown in popularity and market share since its launch

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There’s nothing more frustrating than a sluggish computer, but rather than buying a new laptop or PC, here are 7 ways of avoiding a costly new purchase by making your slow computer run faster and giving it an extension on life.  Computer replacement costs are running in the $900 range, so every little improvement will save you money. Step 1: Reboot Slow Computer After restarting/rebooting the computer, whatever what was stuck on the computer before will

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Don't you hate it when you need to record screens and you find that your Camtasia Studio 8 screen capture tool has expired.  Grant yourself another 30 days by using this old registry trick.  I should not have to remind you that this trick is generally viewed as a nasty fraudulent trick, that deprives honest to goodness god fearing software developers of money. Applies to Camtasia Studio 8, Tested with CS 8.1 Start Menu -->

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After using Acronis to copy Windows 7 x 64 system disk image from an old Dell Core2Duo desktop to a custom modded Gateway/Acer desktop with Intel DQ57TM motherboard and 1st gen Intel Core i7 870 CPU, you see this message in the device manager: A driver (service) for this device has been disabled.  An alternate driver may be providing this functionality. (Code 32) Sure its an old Lynnfield Core i7, a first generation processor from

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Stop the pesky Adobe ARM Service Dead in its tracks with Group Policy, and thereby disable and turn off all those stupid and annoying Adobe Acrobat updates. Why Stop the Pesky Adobe ARM Software? Adobe ARM is the Adobe Reader Updater. Stop it dead in its tracks to prevent the annoying and nuisance help desk calls about not being able to update Adobe Acrobat, because we are only domain users. Use it to lock down

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