Improving My Technology Skills

Improving My Technology Skills

  • How To Burglar Proof Your Front Door

    If you think your home is safe from a break-in simply because you lock your doors and windows, then you are probably wrong. Only about 30% of burglaries occur through an open door or window. Burglars have no problem using force to get into a home, and reports indicate that force is used about 95% of the time during a robbery. While this is true, criminals will do their best to look for houses that can be accessed fairly easily with minimal trouble.

  • 5 Reasons Your Small Business Needs A Remote Tech Support Subscription

    If you are a small business owner, it is likely that you rely heavily on one or more computers in your office. There are several things that can go wrong with computers, including viruses, slow boot-times, lost data, and difficulty connecting peripheral technology to your network. Unfortunately, many small businesses are unable to afford hiring a full-time IT specialist and many business owners do not plan for computer issues. A subscription to a remote computer repair service can put your mind at ease and keep your computers running.

  • Remote Control Security Cameras: The Difference Between A Static And Dynamic IP Address Connection

    It's shocking, but approximately 75% of all crime committed in the United States is property crime. Implementing appropriate security systems on your property can effectively deter crime. In particular, installing security cameras can significantly reduce the risk of being victims of property crime. You can easily access security cameras even when you're at a remote location over the internet. To do so, high speed connection is required. Depending on the type of internet connection you have, you will need to remotely access your security cameras with either a static or a dynamic IP address.

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Improving My Technology Skills

As soon as I started a new job, I realized that I should spend a little time honing my technology skills. I wasn't that familiar with the program that the rest of my team was using, but I knew that understanding the jargon would significantly help my career. To sharpen my technology skill set, I started staying after work to practice different aspects of the software. It took me a few months, but eventually I knew the program better than anyone else at work. My blog is all about learning more about technology, so that you can stand out from the crowd.

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