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WordPress Password Security: Why It’s Important

| February 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

WordPress password security is more important than it’s given credit for.  Just ask anyone who’s had their website hacked.  Hackers can turn access to your website into money in their pockets and damage your online reputation at the same time. WordPress Password Security is Your First Line of Defense Here is an interesting video illustrating […]

ALERT: Fake “Microsoft Support” Telephone Scam

| January 23, 2014 | 1 Comments

Several customers have alerted us to a telephone scam involving attackers that call pretending to be “Microsoft support”.  The attackers will try to sell you an extended warranty and ask you to log onto a website with the intention of taking over your computer.  If they are successful, they will lock you out of your […]

Learn More About Windows 8.1 Here

| November 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

Windows 8.1 is now available as an update exclusively from the Windows Store built into Windows 8.   This is the first Windows update I am aware of that is not available through the Windows Control Panel. Tip#1 – If you don’t see the update in Windows Store, download all Windows update from the Control […]

Posting Code

| August 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

When it comes to posting code samples on a website there are many reasons not to use blockquote tags.  The first being that it could accidentally be processed as source code.  Beyond that it’s just not easy to read. The interesting aspect of this post is the difference between code wrapped in <code> tags vs […]

Test Post, Testing Google Authorship

| July 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

Success! Test post, By Brent Carter