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We have already touched on the importance of keeping a backup of your data. What do you do if you need the data that has been backed-up? The process for copying backed-up data to computer system(s) is called restoring . In this post, I will focus on PC and Mac workstation restores and how the restore process works. […]

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May 21st, 2012 | Filed under Indianapolis IT support

Although the iPad craze started in April of 2010, the business world has been looking for a tablet solution for much longer. My personal introduction was over a decade ago when a sales person at the engineering firm I worked for bought a “convertible notebook”. This device allowed him to flip the screen and write […]

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Apr 7th, 2011 | Filed under Indianapolis IT support

Windows 7, Microsoft’s newest operating system – OS,  is finding success with small business.  Besides the fact that it is becoming increasingly difficult to purchase a computer with Windows XP, Windows 7 sales are penetrating business as small businesses upgrade their computer systems. One point to note with Windows 7 launch is the confusion about the […]

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Dec 28th, 2009 | Filed under Indianapolis IT support

Microsoft is hoping the buzz on Apple’s early release of its new Mac OS X, Snow Leopard, has sufficiently died down.  They are moving forward with their own marketing push for their desktop/laptop operating system Windows 7.  Windows 7, Microsoft’s follow-up to its much maligned Vista operating system, must make an impact within business and […]

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Sep 14th, 2009 | Filed under Indianapolis IT support

There is usually much anticipation when Microsoft is set to release the next version of its ubiquitous Windows software. In this case, waiting for Windows 7, I don’t know if users and businesses really care as much as they did in the past. Is it because the Windows OS reached its peak with XP, especially […]

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Jul 22nd, 2009 | Filed under Indianapolis IT support