Enhance Your Video Surveillance With Flexible Computer Features

Video recording has changed a lot over the past few decades, and like many other industries and technologies, computers have become a major game-changer. Modern surveillance cameras are both easier to connect to a computer system and equipped with better ways to avoid computer infiltration, but there are ways to get the best of both worlds. If you want to keep your surveillance closed off from tampering while still getting some nice features, take a look at those features and your security options. [Read More]

No Room For Amateurs: 3 Times When Your Business Really Needs IT Support Pros

Having competent, well-trained IT support staff is needed at 3 key times in your company's yearly operations. Here's what you need to know to have tech-savvy help available when you need it.    You need IT experts when it's crunch time. Whether you're harvesting grapes or building new homes, when you're up to your eyeballs in processing sales and making payroll for your busy season, you need an IT support team that will keep all of your systems running smoothly. [Read More]

A Guide To Getting A Static IP Address

If you do a lot of business related web browsing and are interested in security over the long term, investing in a new static IP address may be a great way to go. There are many IP brokers that you can reach out to that can help you out. Prior to purchasing an IP address, it is important that you learn about what a static IP offers, in addition to some considerations to bear in mind as you shop. [Read More]

How to Investigate a Malfunctioning Electric Water Heater

If you're having trouble with your electric water heater, you may have more problems than just a shortage of hot water. You may have no hot water, or not enough, but you could also have water that is too hot. Many of these problems are caused by minor electrical problems or settings on your thermostat, most of which you can quickly test yourself. Check the Fuse Box When power is cut to your water heater, you may not notice it for a few days until all the hot water inside has been used up, so don't rule out a broken circuit just yet. [Read More]