If you use the internet, ?There is over 90% chance your computer is infected with spyware? – Source CNN.
Just think about it. You probably have at least one, if not more computers in your home. Most computers today have internet access. And if you receive email from others and surf to a couple of sites can you be almost completely sure you have some kind of spyware installed in your computer.
How dangerous are spyware?
Let me give you a short list of things spyware can do,
? Spyware can run completely hidden on your computer
? It can slow down your computer a lot
? It can spy on you and send everything you type to someone else
? It can record everything you do, allowing someone to see it later
? It can spy on you and send account information, passwords, credit card numbers and similar to a third party
? It can ?steal? files, pictures, videos and more from your computer
Some spyware will do just a few things and others everything from the list above, and more Continue reading →
With VOIP technology, you can now place a phone call to someone on the other side of the world using your broadband internet connection rather than a telephone. VOIP technology, in essence, takes the analog signals from your voice and converts them into digital signals able to travel over the internet. Then, at the other end, VOIP converts the digital signal back to the spoken word. Types of VOIP service vary.
Some VOIP providers only allow you to call other users of the same VOIP provider; other VOIP providers allow you to call anyone with a telephone. To break it down, there are three basic types of VOIP service: With an ATA (an analog voice adaptor), which is box that connects your computer (or your internet connection) to your telephone for VOIP use Continue reading →
If you want to save money on your telephone service using the internet, you will need to sign up with a VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) service provider. They will sell you the necessary equipment and assign you a number, which is used like a regular phone number.
VOIP providers are useful and very cheap. Most providers offer VOIP connections free of charge. They make their money by charging for calls to the regular telephone network. Most providers allow you to call any phone number in the world for a moderately low fee. For modest monthly fees (about $8-$20), they offer unlimited calls to certain geographic areas Continue reading →
Web browsers are software applications which translate HTML (hypertext markup language) into recognizable web pages, allowing users to browse the internet. The first modern web browsers were created in 1993, and have been continually updated, advanced, and improved since that time. Some of the most popular web browsers currently in use include Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator, and Mozilla Firefox.
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As the Internet continues to populate with websites trying to turn a buck, two drastically different schools of thought have developed on how to advertise online – “Push” and “Pull.”
“Push” advertising involves the use of “in-your-face” advertising tactics such as pop-up windows and direct email. “Pull” advertising entails using search engines and posting articles that literally “pull” interested consumers to a website on their own terms Continue reading →
Rack mount computers are essentially computer servers. Computer servers are not the ones you play games on or send emails to your friends with.
Servers perform a small number of specialized operations, some as little as a single operation, but they have the ability to perform it millions of times over and over again, quickly and flawlessly. And when one server is no longer adequate to handle the volume of transactions that a business may require, other, bigger, more powerful servers are needed. When the new servers arrive, they are networked into the system and to save space, are mounted on racks Continue reading →