December 10th, 2015 by Sal
Disaster strikes, you see it happening in slow motion, your toddler decides he wants to share his sippy cup contents with you and bang! Apple juice is spilled all over your computer. You mouth the words…”Noooooooooo”, but it’s too late. Suddenly, your computer starts making a clicking sound, and in a panic, you attempt to shut it off as smoke begins to billow from your CPU.
As funny as this sounds, it is a reality to many people. And it can happen to anyone. Computer crashes are indiscriminate, hitting anyone and everyone. Do you have a computer back up service? If not, now is the time to get one. One of the best and easiest available to you today is mypcbackup. You can find them at http://www.mypcbackup.com.
Mypcbackup is an online computer backup service with a myriad of features and benefits. You simply sign up, download the software (which automatically detects …
September 30th, 2015 by Mustapha
Have you ever considered what could possibly happen to your computer if there Were no external hard drives? It would probably explode from data overload! That is an exaggeration, but it clearly illustrates external hard drives are vital. Most vital for data storage, external hard drive total capacity is now higher than the ordinary computer’s data capacity. You can store more than a hundred movies in an external hard drive. Do that to your computer and it will surely slow down. A great back-up tool, external hard drives can save what is in your mainframe computer’s data. Regular internet access also exposes your computer to viruses, so having an external hard drive is important. However, this data storage tool, when not used properly (and even when properly used), can also breakdown. Because of its huge data storage, you cannot just throw it outside the window.
You expend your energy trying to rescue your files. One way to do that is through external hard drive recovery – an application that can be installed in your external hard drive to salvage your files. We are fortunate to have such advanced services that can assist us in case our back-up external hard drives fail. There are many wonderful software that offer external hard drive recovery to select from, so when you encounter any external hard drive problems, check out the best applications and pick the one most suitable to your need.
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September 27th, 2015 by Sal
IBM finally has one up on Gateway 2000. Starting this month, corporate buyers can page through IBM’s new direct mail catalog and pick out the mainframe computer of their dreams. No, they can’t buy a $1 million item over the phone. Not yet, anyway. But this shows IBM’s often-maligned mainframe division has abandoned its traditional plain-vanilla marketing approach for an in-your-face style aimed at transforming its dinosaur image.
Using a mainframe meant compulsory hiring of horned-rimmed glasses-wearing studs.
And here’s the surprise: It’s working–at least to some extent. “Two years ago, it was politically incorrect for an IS guy to recommend buying mainframes to his boss,” says IDC Research analyst Steve Josselyn. “Now it doesn’t have the same smell to it.”
In fact, the scent is getting downright sweet. IBM’s numbers show a 60 percent increase in mainframe MIPS sold last year, allowing its System 390 revenues to remain steady at $5.9 …
September 12th, 2015 by Sal
Another example of fast mobile Internet access is the Nokia Communicator 9210 handheld computer, which doubles as a phone. When connected to the Orange network, the 9210 is able to provide Internet access up to 28.8kbps through a technique known as high-speed circuit switched data.
This effectively gives users two timeslots on the network, doubling the bandwidth on downloads from 14.4kbps to 28.8kbps for a cost of 25p per minute on the Orange network. Ray Haddon, Nokia mobile phones business development manager, says that at this speed “it becomes feasible for users to download their e-mail”.
Another new phone from Nokia is the 7650, a GPRS-based phone equipped with a mini digital camera. While geared to the snap-happy consumer who can use the phone to take and send e-mail pictures directly, it can also be used in certain business areas. One example Haddon suggests is insurance damage assessment. “An insurance assessor could
September 3rd, 2015 by Mustapha
I am absolutely loving this text right now, called: Buena Vista in the Club: Rap, Reggaetón, and Revolution in Havana (Refiguring American Music). It’s absolutely fantastic stuff overall. Can’t wait to get more of his stuff.
Geoffrey Baker, senior lecturer in the department of music at Royal Holloway University of London, takes a piercing look at the hip hop and reggaeton scenes in Havana, one which sets out to reach beyond the construction of the Cuban hip hop culture that results from its extensive documentation in journalistic accounts, film, musical recordings and academic literature. In this book, Baker, as an academic researcher who is an outsider to the cultural phenomenon is positioned ‘outside the main current of the production of knowledge about Cuban hip hop’ (p. 3), thereby offering a critical revision of the paradigms that have shaped the understandings of Cuban popular music. Buena Vista in the Club is, thus,
September 2nd, 2015 by Mustapha
You can back-up and design infrastructure for preventing data loss because of hard drive failures. In addition, you can also take some measures so that the rate of failure can be minimized. There are some tips that can help you with these issues.
First, you should have ensured that your server has enough ventilation to prevent overheating. Make sure that you are protecting your system from power surges. Try to avoid running your RAID array too hard when it is excessively fragmented. Your drive set can fail if it works to hard, and too much. Excessive vibration can result in the drives crashing.
Also, take steps to stop the vibration of your server rack if needed. Reliability of drives may vary according to models and manufacturers. As an example, a Western Digital hard drives may fail quicker than a Seagate drive does. A Mac laptop hard drive may be easier to recover than a Windows PC or a raid drive failure. So be careful depending on what sort of storage device you are running. Read the rest of this entry »
August 28th, 2015 by Sal
When your computer experiences hard drive failure, it will immediately stop functioning normally and there are several reasons your hard drive encounters this problem. The worst part of encountering this problem is that you will no longer have access to your files or data. This is why it is advisable to have external storage so you can still retrieve your files in the event of failure. You have to be aware of the worst hard drive destroyers so you will have an idea how you can avoid them. Your computer can be more exposed to hard drive failure when there is inadequate cooling and ventilation.
If physical force is applied, this can also result in hard drive failure. Some of the examples of physical force are jarring, dropping and bumping your computer. This damage is known as a head crash and the damage should be taken seriously because it could mean replacing your hard drive. Water damage can also cause failure and this can be due to a liquid spill or flooding. If your computer encounters this problem, the hard drive is often beyond repair. You also need to run a virus scan because malware infection can cause serious damage to your computer. Make sure you avoid these destructive conditions to prolong your computer’s longevity.
Why To Find Cheap Data Recovery Service In Your Area
Getting information from a damaged hard drive is no easy task, so you would not make the mistake of hiring the wrong cheap data recovery service just for the sake of not researching their service thoroughly. So when you would like to contact one, you would like to make sure that you do not put the phrase “cheap data recovery services”, not including the quotes but rather you may want to search for “best data recovery service in” and then followed by your country or city. Doing this search would ensure that you get the best companies and then choosing the cheapest that would benefit you the most.
This way you could find a cheap data recovery service that would actually recover your data instead of just taking your money and not bring back the data as they are supposed to do. In the worst scenario, hiring one of those services without reading any reviews would actually result in not only losing the data, but even losing any hope to retrieve them again. This is why making your data the highest priority is what makes you willing to pay for these services even if they were a bit higher in cost as you don’t want to lose your work forever just to save some money.
You Have A Faulty RAID 5 Hard Drive; What Next?
Some people always think that repairing a faulty drive is easy. However, in the event that you have a faulty RAID 5 drive you are not going to be up to the task yourself. These drives have a different type of technology not the same as the disks we are used to using at home. To repair a RAID 5 drive array, start by using their official diagnostic tools like these. Most manufacturers will have their diagnostic software on their official websites. Check to see the drive manufacturer and look for their software. The diagnostic tools will show you the different types of sectors that have issues. Some sites will give you tips on how to recover RAID servers after the analysis is complete.
After the analysis is complete, it is possible for someone to know whether it is possible for him or her to repair the drive. For those who cannot, call in an expert to help repair RAID 5 drive. Read the rest of this entry »
August 26th, 2015 by Mustapha
I know that you are not supposed to talk about books online, but I can tell you that this is probably by far one of my favorite books right now. It’s called UrbanScience: Education for the Hip-Hop Generation. It’s absolutely awesome. I ended up coming across a great review of it, too. It pretty much says it all as far as I’m concerned:
Straight rows. Uniforms. Cafeteria food. Duck-Duck-Goose. Aerosmith. English only. Some of us learned to navigate this foreign terrain. We had teachers who met us halfway and made us feel welcome, appreciated, and accepted. Others did not fare so well. They felt bad about school, never feeling part of the culture. School was something they had to do. It made them feel deficient, and they couldn’t wait until each day was over. Those who stuck it out made it to high school; some dropped out before eighth grade. …
August 24th, 2015 by Sal
What a difference a few months can make. Since late 2001, Apple has updated its entire product line, making now the perfect time for Macworld to take stock of the latest crop of Macs.
One important update is the unique flat-panel iMac, which we review here along with Apple’s other new additions: the 14.1-inch iBook and the 800MHz, 933MHz, and dual-processor 1GHz Power Mac G4s. And to help you understand the differences between models, Macworld Lab tested representatives from all the Mac product lines. We’ll also give you pointers on what to consider when deciding which new system is best for you. Read on for a look at the current world of Macs. Or check out our friends at MacZealots.com.
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