I’m happy to announce the launch of our new website: https://silvercomputer.net
To better understand the improvements featured on our new site, we should first take a moment to discuss some of the failings of the old website: http://silverleafcs.com
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Project Fi is a new mobile phone carrier offering from Google. Since I signed up for the invite-only service back in March 2015, Project Fi has become available to the general public, and has emerged as a cost-effective and reliable alternative to traditional carriers like AT&T and Verizon.
If you’re in the market for a new Android phone, and you aren’t completely happy with your current mobile plan, then Project Fi is probably worth a look.
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Buying a computer is no easy task, and with the cost of many of the machines out on the market today, you want to make sure you’re making the right purchase so you don’t blow your money on something that stops working for you within a year.
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How we use (or misuse) email can have a big effect on our personal and professional well-being.
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Cloud Computing is Secure, Proven Technology with High Adoption Rates
If you’re nervous about cloud computing, you’re not alone. A new report on IT decision makers shows enterprise trust in cloud security at its lowest — yet they’re flocking to use it.
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Net neutrality is the issue at the center of debate over the fate of the Internet. Tech giants like Facebook and Netflix are battling with service providers like Comcast and Verizon over “fair use” of that precious Internet resource: bandwidth.
It’s easy to forget that the Internet wasn’t always congested with millions of kitten videos and other bandwidth-hungry forms of streaming entertainment, and at one point it’s main usage was actually for sharing information. Continue reading “Net Neutrality, Technology, and the Democratization of Knowledge”
While much attention in the media has rightly focused on the theft of credit card information at large retail operations such as Target and Micheals, other security breaches have been underreported. One particular and unexpected example is the hacking of home devices other than laptops, desktops, and tablets.
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Often times I find that clients prefer to buy new computers rather than pay for costly repairs on old, broken computers.
And who could blame them? When you consider the low cost of buying a new laptop or printer, buying a new device and tossing out the old one is an easy decision for most people.
But the decision of how best to dispose of old devices should not be made lightly, as improper disposal of electronic waste (e-waste) has extremely harmful effects on the environment – particularly in developing countries.
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I picked up the new iPad Air, released not even a week ago. Here it is:
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