It’s true! A University of Arizona study commissioned by the Clorox Co. found that the office desktop had 400 times more bacteria than the average office toilet seat. Prevent your computer space from being a bacteria breeding ground by following these suggestions. Clean your keyboard First you will need a can of compressed air, a
Since the 1980s, consumers have enhanced their computer experience through purchased software. Within months the software became outdated! Today computer users experience immediate access to up-to-date programs through on-demand cloud applications. Here are Frankie’s “must-have apps.” 1.Gmail. Besides easy access anywhere, anytime – Gmail has an awesome spam filter, large storage amounts, an excellent search
As cloud computing expands, and we access personal information via the Internet, we recommend the following tips to increase your privacy and security in a virtual environment. Read End User License Agreements so you understand the risks of cloud computing downloads. Carefully review privacy and security settings – particularly on social media sites such as
If you have ever used web-based email (Hotmail, Yahoo mail, Gmail, etc.), watched YouTube, or used a search engine – then you have been “there, up in the clouds!” As the cloud gets smarter, so too, computer users must get smarter. Best practices must include both local and offsite data back up and password management.