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How To Make Your Family Feel Safe After A Break-In

Posted by on Jan 16, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

After a home robbery, you probably feel violated and fearful that the thieves will come back again. These feelings, among many others, are felt by everyone in the family, from the littlest toddlers to the oldest grandparents. Luckily, there are a few things you can to do make your family feel safe once again. While it’s obvious to install an alarm system, there are additional things you can do. Keep reading to learn more: 1. Get Guard Dog – Or Pretend You Did If you’ve ever contemplated getting a family dog, now might be the time. Dogs are great at making people of any age feel safer in their own home. Bullmastiffs, Doberman Pinschers, and Rottweilers are considered to be the top 3 best breads for guarding homes. Giant Schnauzers, Pulis, Komondors, German Shepherds, and Staffordshire Terriers also make...

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3 Types Of Geothermal Power Plants

Posted by on Jan 2, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Geothermal energy is much cheaper than many other forms of energy, including fossil fuels. As a result, more people are becoming interested in how geothermal works to create power to provide energy to their businesses and homes. The general way that geothermal energy is generated is by using the process of hydrothermal convection, which occurs in nature without any assistance. Cool water will go into the crust of the earth. Once it reaches the crust, the water is heated up and is forced to move towards the surface of the crust, where it becomes steam. Once the water becomes steam, it is fairly simple for a generator to capture the steam and turn it into energy. There are three different models of geothermal power plants that can be set up. 1. Dry Steam Power Plant In this type of...

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Labeling Your Company Computers With Asset Tags: What Tags Are Most Useful

Posted by on Dec 10, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Asset tags are can be beneficial for your company computers for a few different reasons. They can help prevent theft and can make it easier for you to keep up with all of your equipment a bit more easily, for example. Not all asset tags are created equally, however, so you should consider having them custom-made. When you do, make sure that you include these things for optimum results: Your Company Name What good is an asset tag if it doesn’t show ownership to your company? By having your company’s name put on your asset tags, you can show possession. In the event that your computers get stolen, this tidbit of information can be very helpful in the recovery process. Plus, many people will avoid stealing computers at all if they know that they are labeled with a certain...

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Two Inconspicuous Ways You Might Get A Virus On Your Computer

Posted by on Nov 27, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Owner a computer is almost a necessity in this day and age, but doing so does not come without a new set of worries and an entirely new meaning to what you formerly knew as a virus. Computer viruses, usually designed by hackers who are up to no good, can come in the form of trojans, malware, adware, and worms, all of which can attack your system in a unique way. Clicking Links In The Wrong Email Everyday, your email can see hundreds of new messages. Most of these will come from your personal contacts or Internet interest and activities, but in every few hundred emails, there will be a few dubbed as spam. However, there is a fine line between spam and a threat to your computer’s health. Just by clicking a link in the wrong email attachment,...

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Four Freaky Facts About Copy Machines

Posted by on Nov 25, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Copy machines are handy devices, to be sure. They allow both businesspeople and ordinary consumers to reproduce documents, photos, and other items so that they have an original and can provide a copy to someone else if need be. Most people are familiar with how copy machines work, but there are a few things that people may have never heard of and so are not aware of. Here are five freaky facts about copy machines that may surprise you and may help you out later on: 1. Copy Machines Store Information Like most devices with computers in them, copy machines have memory in them. Whenever you photocopy something, the computer scans it and saves that information in its internal memory. Therefore, if you ever get rid of or recycle your copy machine, you need to wipe its memory completely...

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