Posts Tagged ‘laptop’

 

Does the Touch Pad on Your Laptop Make You Crazy?

If you are like me, when I type on my keyboard, the touch pad detects my thumbs and the cursor inexplicably jumps to somewhere else on the screen. That slows down productivity and increases one’s propensity to use profanity. There is a better way…
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Docking Stations are Dead

Top level executives and owners often express frustration because they want to upgrade their notebook computer, but they don’t want to have to buy another docking station. The good news is that you can forget docking stations forever.
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You Don’t Care About Thinner Anymore

As the future becomes reality, what features will executives and workers demand? Users, including busy executives like you, know that laptops are now thin enough, fast enough, and lightweight enough. So, what do manufacturers have to improve in order to win your business?
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The Best Computer So Far

Busy executives need a lightweight laptop and tablet and the Lenovo Yoga computer is the solution. Want to synchronize your programs and data between your laptop and your tablet? That’s easy to do when your laptop is your tablet!
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Would you use an Air as your next Windows laptop?

I recently needed to replace a beaten and battered Windows 7 laptop with a new one. After looking at all the hardware on the market—different laptop models—I determined that none of them stacked up against my Intel based Apple MacBook Air hardware.
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Why chief executives get an iPad or another slate device

When I purchased my first slate computing device, I literally thought it would just be a toy for me to play with and I would never use it for anything serious. I could not have been more wrong.
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Are employees or guests connecting unauthorized computers to your network?

An IT professional discovered an unauthorized computer on the network!  “I know all our computer names and I knew this one did not belong.  I immediately called our consultants thinking we were being compromised. They said the computer was in our office.  I searched through the office and found that one of the (employees) brought in a (outside representative) into the office and set her up in one of our offices. She was allowed to plug her laptop in to our network and proceeded to access the internet.”   I frequently come across offices that freely offer for visitors to “plug in to the network” to check e-mail or access the Internet. Same with offering visitors wireless access.  The people offering access to complete strangers obviously have no idea of the danger.

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