Most people don’t give a second thought to the keyboards they use with their computer systems. Some of them feel “cheap” and “plasticky.” While others have a soft, satisfying touch. Continue reading
Originally posted 2015-01-21 10:24:35. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
The Recycle Bin has saved many an accidently deleted file for being lost forever. You know the score; you delete something, find out you actually need it, then go to the Recycle Bin and recover it. Easy as pie.
Well, maybe. Unfortunately, most people rely on the Recycle Bin too much. Here are just three reasons you shouldn’t place your trust in it.
- Some Drives Don’t Use the Recycle Bin
Not all files even use the Recycle Bin. These include removable flash drives, disks, and any drives that you connect to across a network. When you hit delete on a file or folder held in such a location, it is permanently deleted instead of held in the Recycle Bin. It can be an easy mistake to make, especially in larger offices that rely heavily on collaboration. If files are not stored in the Recycle Bin, you’ll generally need a third-party program for any hope of recovery.
- Files Can Be Too Large
Something most people don’t understand about the Recycle Bin is that it only takes files and folders of a certain size. In most cases, the default Recycle Bin will be set to take files up to 10% of the size of your overall quota. If you try to delete a large folder or file, you could end up deleting it permanently. It’s rare for files and folders to reach such a size – thing is, they’re usually the most important ones.
- Using the Windows Command Prompt Bypasses the Recycle Bin
Some people delete files and folders using the Windows Command Prompt. When you do this, files are deleted right away instead of being sent to the Recycle Bin. All you need to do is hold down the Shift key when you delete a file – this tells Windows File Explorer to bypass the Recycle Bin. Okay, you might not do this yourself, but one of your employees might, and it is your data they are going to be handling.
Originally posted 2017-12-22 12:22:49. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
There are more and more scare stories of online security threats. The news has been awash with online hacks lately. This year we have seen celebrities being hacked and had their personal photos leaked. Closer to home, internet banking fraud is a very real threat. On a much small level, we have all come across strange email attachments. Many of us will have experienced a hacked Twitter account and tweeted spam without realising.
Originally posted 2014-11-22 10:47:41. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
With the rise of mobile technology, credit cards, fibre internet connections and many more ingenious inventions, we live in the ‘now’ era. We have become accustomed to getting our deliveries in as soon as possible, connecting to friends immediately, finding out cinema screenings with the click of a button and more. It should come as no surprise that we also feel this way about paying for things. Continue reading
Originally posted 2015-10-07 13:47:52. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
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There was a time when everyone had to be in the same office. Every aspect of the job was in-house and few businesses outsourced work. Doing everything in-house may have worked forty years ago, but it is now an outdated way of working. Continue reading
Originally posted 2014-07-19 02:19:46. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
Most companies with an online presence, or even just the beginnings of one, understand how valuable the content they produce can be. It either takes hours to write or necessitates the hiring of a freelancer, but many pieces will only be read by a significant amount of web users during their first week or two online. Continue reading
Originally posted 2016-08-26 16:57:39. Republished by Blog Post Promoter