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Just a quick reminder that to all of our clients that there are only 26 days left remaining in Canada’s federal tax benefit on hardware and software purchasesDetails
Some residential clients (and even some businesses) knowingly run “open” or unsecured WiFi networks, seeing little risk in doing so. Some are happy to share their connection with neighbors.Details
$10USD will be donated by Nerds On Site to the Dragon Fly Community Foundation for each hosting account sold during the month of December, 2010. Here is the type of activity this money will support.
Did you get a shiny new computer or laptop for Christmas? Did it come with a 30 day antivirus trial, and a bunch of other software you’re pretty sure you’ll never use? Many computers come with pre-loaded software, simply because the manufacturers make partner deals with other vendors. Trouble is, most of that software only slows down the computer, and there’s no point having something installed that you won’t use.Details
Ever since iOS 4 release, more and more people are reporting an error on their Apple devices when attempting to download certain podcasts. The error as per this screenshot says: “Podcast cannot be played on this iPhone” where Podcast is replaced with your actual Podcast you attempted to download. I actually had this same problem…Details
When the Dragonfly Community Foundation started our work in Thailand, we knew people in many different parts of the country and had many places that we wanted to help out. Our home base of Khorat (Nakhon Ratchasima) is known as the gateway to the north-eastern region, an area where we’ve worked extensively, but somehow for…Details
2010 saw plenty of high-profile outages for social media sites like Twitter, Facebook and free hosting services, as well as at least four major outages for e-commerce services. There were also incidents that knocked government services offline for days. Read a full accounting of 2010’s major outages: http://www.datacenterknowledge.com/archives/2010/12/22/2010-the-year-in-downtime/Details