Unfortunately, it’s very common in this industry to come across people who feel like they have been lied to by a web designer. It’s an unsettling feeling, especially considering the amount of money a website can cost you up front, and how much more it can cost in sales if it’s done wrong. But how do you know if you’re being duped or not?
Are you using a computer at a place of business (including a home office) that has an internet connection? Is your connection shared with other computers in the same building? If you view your computer's network, do you see other computers? If you do, this article is for you. We're going to talk about setting up a network that only contains the computers you want it to.
Well, I'm assuming most of you got some sort of new technology yesterday. Be it a phone, tablet, computer, smart TV, or smart watch, you've probably spent some time setting it up and readying it to fit into your everyday life. Here are a few tips from Visceral Concepts as you get used to your new gear.
Since we brought up Linux yesterday, I thought it would be a good idea to do a little intro to the operating system. Here's our plan to test and review 5 Linux distributions over the next 5 weeks, with a final recap and comparison on week 6.
Watching people panic as their phone is about to die mid-day has always baffled me. I realize that people really don't know what ways their phone uses battery. So, here's my little attempt to help fix that.
This week in business news we're putting the focus on DC. The President's State of the Union Address gets a check up, women owned businesses get more assistance, and the federal government hits it's small business spending goal.