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Did you know that Internet users send 294 billion emails each day?

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Eight Keyboard Shortcuts To Work More Efficiently

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If you aren’t using keyboard shortcuts, you should start now.

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Minecraft 1.3 Patch Update : Port Number No Longer Needed On URL

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In the 1.3 patch for Minecraft, there is an awesome workaround…

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Tips • How To Make Your Wireless Network Faster

What’s the point of paying for an ultra fast internet connection if your wireless network isn’t up to snuff? Follow these tips to make sure your wireless network is as fast as it can be.

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Happy Tax Day!

Happy Tax Day! Enjoy 20% off! *Not valid on renewals. Expires April 16th.

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What is DNS?

What is DNS?

Let’s start with the basics, the basis of the system. DNS stands for Domain Name Service. What is DNS? It’s like the whitepage directory for the Internet. You supply a name, DNS supplies a number. The name in this case is specifically a hostname and the number is an IP address. Without DNS you would have to remember

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How to Setup a Home FTP Server with a Dynamic IP Address

FTP sites (which stands for File Transfer Protocol) are great for file sharing and the ability to access and edit files remotely over an IP-based network.   You can easily download music, videos, and other large files that would normally be impossible to share via email. The only trouble is many ISPs only offer dynamic IP addresses, making it nearly

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Domain Management Concepts: Thinking Strategically About DNS

Many times, it’s only after a DNS has come under attack or after it has suffered unwanted downtime that we start thinking strategically about DNS. DNS is an integral component of your overall website strategy.  Individuals and enterprises alike spend valuable resources creating and promoting their brands and forget about managing perhaps the most important aspect of it – their domain name.

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[TIP] Register Your Own Domain Name

I just recently read a case that is currently being disputed in court. The claim? The complainant, TCR Business Systems, asserts that the Respondent (a former employee) registered a domain (under their direction) and the respondent is now claiming ownership of that domain.  The problem? TCR says that the respondent was told to register the domain,

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[MAC OSX] Cool Hidden Easter Eggs!

Check out these cool Easter eggs… Do you know one that isn’t listed? Leave it in the comments! Enjoy! Important Dates in History 1. Open the Terminal.app. You can find it in the Applications folder > Utilities or hit the command+space bar, this will open the finder in the top right corner of your screen.

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