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Choosing Your I.T Outsourcing Service

Many businesses today use a mix of application platforms, making it difficult to deploy applications and information to all users. When you begin choosing a I.T Outsourcing Service vendor, you have carefully weighed the advantages and disadvantages, and finally decided to outsource your project. Is there a surefire way to choose an outsource I.T Outsourcing …

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Get a second chance when your PC crashes

It’s a common scenario. You’re working at your computer when all of a sudden, with no warning, the PC freezes. Nothing seems to be working. The screen goes dark. You may even be unlucky enough to see the dreaded BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) informing you that an error has occurred and Windows® will be shut down. You’ve just been the unfortunate victim of a system crash. If this happens to you, it’s likely that you’ve recently added a new program, device, driver or application that your machine doesn’t like, and this is its way of making its feelings known. Sometimes, a simple reboot of the PC resolves the issue. But sometimes it doesn’t. You reboot, Windows loads, and the computer crashes again, or continues to behave weirdly. What can be done to end the recurring nightmare and return your computer to a more stable state?

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How to Protect and Improve System Performance

IT professionals are heroes of the workplace. Whether with cunning wit or a Phillip’s head screwdriver, they solve most any computer emergency. However, keeping a computer running at top speed is usually preventative maintenance instead of last minute, adrenaline-surging, virus-vaccinating heroics; Here are the key points to maintain peak performance across any network The hard-disk is the slowest part of any system Say you are operating a 2.5 GHz processor. That’s 2.5 billion operations every second. A large number of Hard disks only spin at 7200 rotations per minute, or 120 cycles per second, or 120 Hz. This means your CPU is more than 20 million times faster than the hard disk. The hard disk still has mechanical components.

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I.T contract work

I.T professionals often work contract jobs, essentially spending several months on a project with one organization and then moving on to a new assignment elsewhere. Sometimes this work arrangement is by choice; other times it’s a way for techies to earn a living between full-time jobs. Even if techies learn the ins and outs of contract employment over the course of their careers, they still have lots of questions about it. So if techies have questions, we’ve got answers. What’s the difference between being a contract employee and an independent consultant? Contract employees are hired by consulting or staffing agencies and then placed in assignments at businesses that need help on projects. Independent consultants typically market their own services to businesses and bill them for those services. The term “consultant” is often used to refer to both situations. This article refers to contract employees. Who pays me as a contractor …

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The perfect Hard Drive Data Recovery

People tend to trust their computers for some reason, and when the disk drives fail they feel betrayed, who preaches the gospel of frequent backups as the best way to avoid having to spend $500 or more recovering lost data. When looking for the best data recovery provider there are literally thousands of options. Doing a quick Google search of the term “hard drive recovery” yields over 500,000 results. With so many options, the toughest part of the process may involve the decision on where to send your drive. When you’ve lost your data, you only care about getting it back, right? In order to get your data back, you want the absolute best Data Recovery Resources for you at a price that fits within your budget. So how do you go about finding “The perfect hard drive repair” provider? Most consumers looking for data recovery will consider the company’s …

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The green I.T

Green IT is all about moving forward, right? Well, not quite. Most companies need to take a step backward first, and perhaps a step sideways, too. Let me explain. We’re seeing rapid growth of computing resources within companies worldwide: server growth at 28% per year, storage growth at 45% per year, MIPS growth at 17% per year, and desktop growth at 1.3 times the rate of labor pool growth. What impact does this growth have on the climate? And what can IT managers do right now to reverse a negative trend? Take a step backward With technology continually expanding, most organizations follow conventional wisdom adding capacity to do more business. The word “adding” is key here. Few IT managers are looking for the “right” capacity.

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The cool future IT positions

Looking for a career challenge? Here are new job titles cropping up in IT departments across corporate America, as well as a brief job description for each one.  Information steward Reporting to the CIO, the information steward is responsible for how information is handled and stored across the company. The information steward determines who has read, write and copy access to information. This person is also in charge of how information is secured, backed up and archived. The position involves compliance with industry-specific regulations, as well as the new e-discovery rules for litigation. In an era of stolen laptops and exposed credit card numbers, the information steward is responsible for keeping the CIO out of the headlines.

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