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IMAC Services – Install, Move, Add, Change – A One-Stop Solution for Changing Business Needs

14th February 2012
The world of information technology is marked by rapid and relentless transformation, with system upgrades and reconfigurations, the frequent modification of IT systems, and physical relocation of equipment to meet operational demands – just to name a few... Read >
Author: Ramy Stuart

ID Scanner : How to Choose the Best ID Card Scanner

08th August 2011
AgeScan is a touch screen, rugged handheld ID Scanner - gravy solid to get a record of verified IDs to protect you from tremendous fines and to figure a lusty marketing database. Warnings are displayed through banned customers, VIP customers, shortcoming ... Read >
Author: LucyJones

What Are The Most Essential Office Supplies Needed?

04th April 2011
Office supplies are required in every organisation for a comfortable work environment. Corporate offices consider it vital to provide an amiable work scenario where employees are given comfortable work atmosphere. This in turn helps to boost the morale of... Read >
Author: Anamika

Different Types Of Computer Accessories

03rd December 2010
In recent days, computers are coming with many varieties of accessories. These accessories can be brought separately because these are not the part of a computer; it is only the external device and can be purchased from anywhere. The performance of an a... Read >
Author: Marcs Smith

Dealing with AV Equipment Obsolescence in Business

26th August 2010
In 2005, the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) brought out startling statistics, which showed the degree of obsolescence in AV and related products. According to the agency, about 2 million tons of discarded material could be attributed to old TVs, sc... Read >
Author: seanmurphy242

Advantages and Disadvantages of Dell and Hewlett Packard

10th August 2010
Dell and HP are known worldwide for providing exceptional and technologically advanced laptops and desktops. Not only computers, even their printers, scanners and peripheral devices are highly rated. Even though both these companies enjoy a steadily growi... Read >
Author: James Langer

How to Choose the Best Bluetooth USB Dongle

12th July 2010
A Bluetooth USB Dongle is the same thing as a bluetooth dongle adapter, or simply bluetooth dongle. It is a device which makes use of the Bluetooth wireless technology to connect a Bluetooth-enabled device, such as bluetooth headphones, to one that is not... Read >
Author: Jadan C.

What is ComboFix?

17th May 2010
One of the widely used programs on the Internet that is gaining popularity is the ComboFix. This is a powerful anti-malware program, which scans your computer for malware and attempts to remove them permanently and reboot your system. Another additional f... Read >
Author: IvanBabbinski

Is The Balancing Act and BrandStar Entertainment a Scam or Rip-Off Investigator?

01st July 2009
(Pompano Beach, FL)---. The Balancing Act on Lifetime Television is an educational and entertaining morning show focusing on helping women lead more successful lives. Because of recent consumer reporting, viewers have been asking if the Balancing Act and ... Read >
Author: brandstar53

What’s the difference between CMYK and RGB?

27th June 2009
CMYK and RGB are two different colour models, and understanding the difference can mean producing a great-looking insert rather than a muddy, disappointing one. We'll have to delve into a little science to explain this difference. The RGB colour model is... Read >
Author: Keith Macgregro

Photo Recovery Software - Mac iPhoto backward compatibility issues lead to data loss

13th February 2009
iPhoto is an Apple provided software application for Mac OS X, which can import pictures from scanners, digital cameras, Internet and picture CDs. iPhoto supports most of the common photo file formats and lets users to easily manage them by labeling, sort... Read >
Author: Naveen Kadian

Blog Writing: Don't Bury the Lead!

13th February 2009
Don't bury the key information of a story somewhere in the body of the article -- put it first. Newspaper reporters learn quickly not to "bury the lead" and it's at least equally important for bloggers and others who write online. People don't read on ... Read >
Author: Ted Demopoulos
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