inetsafety.jpgIn today's world of technology, we are no longer tethered to the Cat5 cable at the end our Internet accessible device. With each new and improved device manufactured, wireless access is now the norm.

So how do you protect yourself, your data and your identity when using a standard that is inherently flawed in its security?

While my list of best practices is not all-inclusive, it's a start down the road to your wireless security:

read more: Wireless Security: Best Practices

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When it comes to having an organized desk area, I'm the first person to admit I'm not the greatest at keeping everything tidy. Since I fix computers for friends and family, I've seen worse "desk organization" than mine. So I guess I'm not that bad after all.

But to be honest, some of the desk organization problems I've seen (including mine) are not the fault of their owners. It's mostly because we all love our monitor…or two.

Which is a big reason we have less space on our desks. Were not going to downsize our monitors for more desk space.

read more: This Dual LCD Monitor Stand Solves Your Desk Space Problems

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Anymore on the Internet, just having a user name and password for logging on to web sites, is not enough for access.

Increasingly more and more web sites, especially financial sites such as banks, credit card companies, or anything that involves personal information, now require a combination of user name, password and answers to security questions.

And that's the way it should be, if you want to prevent someone from gaining access to your accounts and seeing personal information.

But with that "prevention" comes the problem we all face with multi-login access to web sites.

read more: How To Easily Remember Answers To Website Security Questions


Want to get a 3 licensed copy of Windows 7 Home Premium at a big discount before Microsoft pulls this limited offer for good?

Then don't delay and order your license here.

If you been thinking of upgrading to Windows 7 or have more computers in your house that are running older versions of Windows, then now is the time to take advantage of this limited offer.

read more: Get Windows 7 Family Pack At A Cheap Discount

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With today computers, the number of USB ports available on your Computer have become more important than how much memory is installed in your computer.

Just about every device from printers, external hard drives, keyboards, mouse, memory cards and cameras are all USB enabled, are all begging to be plugged into that last USB port on your computer.

With so many ports needed to accommodate these devices, what can you do to add more available ports quickly and easily with out the need to add more hardware inside you computer?

The answer is to just plug in Cables Unlimited USB1870 USB 2.0 7-Port Desktop Hub (see here).

read more: Easily Add More USB Ports To Your Computer With Cables Unlimited USB Powered Hub

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I admit it. When it comes to chewing up disk space, I can easily fill up giga-bytes of data in no time flat which usually leaves me with little available disk space.

Sure, I guess cleaning up old files will get me that much needed disk space back…only on a temporary basis. Sooner, than later, I'm just going to find other music mp3's, video files, what ever, and download to my computer, that will once again…you got it, fill up hard drive space.

So it was time for me to get a bigger internal hard drive that I thought would never prevent me from running out of disk space.

One problem, I just didn't want to go through the hassle of adding an internal hard drive to my computer (unplugging everything and digging the computer out from my desk).

Instead, it was time to find an easier solution to my disk space problem.

read more: How An External USB Hard Drive Quickly Solved My Computer Disk Space Problems

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