6 Signs Your Computer Needs More RAM

How much does Random Access Memory (RAM) does your computer have? Not to be confused with disk space, RAM is responsible for storing and reading data on the fly. Each time your computer is turned off, data stored in RAM is automatically deleted. Unfortunately, insufficient RAM may result in several symptoms, some of which include…

On-Premise vs Cloud Storage: Which Is Best?

The amount of data consumers and businesses create continues to grow at an exponential rate. In 2018, it was reported that over 2.5 quintillion bytes of data were created each day. It’s safe to assume that number is even larger now. As a business owner, one of the decisions you’ll have to make is whether…

6 Reasons for Slow Wi-Fi

How fast is your business’s Wi-Fi? It’s frustrating when you try to download or upload an otherwise small file over Wi-Fi, only to discover that it will take a half-hour to complete. Problems such as this are all-too-common in today’s high-tech working environment. Normally, though, slow Wi-Fi is caused by one of the following. #1)…

Reimaging vs Reformatting: What’s the Difference?

If your computer is running low on storage space, you should consider either reimaging or reformatting it. Both processes will free up space by deleting files. While similar, though, reimaging and reformatting aren’t the same. Each process works in a different way, so you need to familiarize yourself with their nuances before proceeding to reimage…

Full Disk Encryption: A Beginner’s Guide

Ask any information technology (IT) professional and he or she will likely agree: Encryption is one of the most effective ways to safeguard data from prying eyes. It doesn’t necessarily prevent hackers or nefarious individuals from accessing data. Rather, encryption prevents these unauthorized users from reading and, therefore, using the data. As a result, dull…