Monthly Archives September 2013

The Top Three Choices for Making Calls from Your Computer

Make free calls from my computer

Did you know that Alexander Graham Bell originally proposed that “Ahoy” should be the greeting people say when they pick the phone? Thomas Edison, instead, suggested “Hello.” Today, many people are interested in knowing how to make free calls from computers. Here are three ways you can make a call without actually lifting up a phone.

1. iCall

“Can I Make Free Calls From My Computer? Really?” You might be wondering. It’s a fair question, considering services like Skype will charge you a small fee for every call. One free option is iCall. Not only does it allow you to call and receive phone numbers, but it also allows you to create conference calls, instant message, and set up HD video chats. The only things you need to pay for are the optional choices of receiving calls wit

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Give Your Business a Boost by Developing a More Comprehensive Web Presence

Online reputation management

A staggering 93% of all online experiences begin with a trip to a search engine. As a result, they have become a major influence in both the way people use the internet, and how businesses approach marketing. In order to take advantage of the fact that web users perform billions of searches every day on sites like Google, which owns almost three quarters of the market share in the United States, they will have to develop a comprehensive SEO campaign. Since some businesses are not fortunate enough to have the resources and talented employees needed to do all of that work in house, choosing to outsource SEO services can be a worthwhile decision.

Perhaps the greatest advantage to using Seo resellers is that they are compri

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Is Your Computer Information Safe?

Advanced malware protection

One of the biggest threats to corporate data and systems traditionally comes from insiders, as they have access to data and systems and actually pose more of a potential threat to do malicious or accidental damage, more so than an outsider. If your company has an enterprise firewall, you can trust that no one will be able to access and take privileged data from computer networks.

An example of insiders causing problems with sensitive information would be in San Francisco in 2008. A disgruntled city administrator locked access to an important network by resetting administrative passwords to its switches and routers, then refusing to divulge the passwords to officials. This of course is highly illegal, but poses a realistic threat to the world of cyber security.

In 2011, there were nearly 43,000

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Protect Your Employees’ Mobile Devices With Patch Management Software

Computer inventory software

The number of smartphone users in the United States is roughly 65 million. In 2010 alone, 19.5 million tablets were sold. Of those who use these devices for mobile web service, a substantial portion of them, greater than 30% in fact, do so for business purposes.

And with many companies utilizing a “bring your own device” or BYOD policy, it is more important than ever that employees have access to the top iphone security available. This can be achieved by working with other businesses that specialize in mobile device management. Their

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