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Monthly Archives: June 2018

Hiring Computer Troubleshooters

There are many providers of computer repair services. However, you should hire the best IT experts to fix the computer problems of your business computers. There are several things that you should look out for when hiring experts to fix your computer IT problems.

They include:

Knowledge: The best experts to repair your business computers should be knowledgeable technicians. These should have undergone professional training and acquired relevant experience in fixing different computer problems.

Concerned about your business: Hire experts who care about the success of your business. The best experts should know the impacts of the failure of your business IT system. As such, they should fix your computer problem efficiently and effectively.

Dependable: Look for experts that you can depend on to fix any computer problem. This also means that the experts should be available any time you need them. They should also respond quickly as promised and solve the problem professionally.

Comprehensive solutions: There are many interconnected threats that face your business IT system. They include viruses and malware which can interfere with the proper functioning of your IT system. The best IT experts should provide comprehensive solutions to these problems.

It is highly important that you consider the professional qualifications of the computer IT expert that you hire to fix your business computer problems. This is very important because only IT experts who have undergone professional training can provide the best small business IT support. Therefore, consider the level of professional training of a technician before enlisting their service.

About Types of USB Cables

USB-Mini

The USB-Mini is a smaller version of the standard cable and a practical choice for connecting the portable devices. It is useful for hardware like camera and MP3 players. This type is rarely used in modern tech and replaced by the USB Micro.

USB Micro

The USB Micro is the preferred choice for connecting memory sticks, flash drives, or similar to the latest mobile devices. It has the ability to read data without having to rely on a computer.

USB 3

The USB 3 cable is a high-speed and versatile option. It is designed with backwards compatibility to make it easy to use with the early USB ports and cables. There is a slight change in the shape of the connector pins to make it more durable and able to stand up to repeated use. Also, there is also a USB 3 micro cable that is built with more pins to make it more efficient at transferring data.

USB-A

The USB-A is a preferred choice for using with power outlets or computers. It has multiple uses including data transfer, connecting devices to computers or charging devices. This type of cable can only be connected in one way.

USB-B

The USB-B is the most practical choice for connecting an external hard drive or printer to a computer. This type of USB cable isn’t very common.

USB-C

The USB-C is one of the latest developments to easily connect devices. This cable is appreciated for its high power flow and high-speed data transfer. Also, the cable is reversible for greater flexibility in use.

Build a Gaming PC

Believe it or not having the fun and satisfaction of choosing your graphics card, processor, power supply, motherboards, RAM, hard drive and a case will not lead to a final installation disaster.

You won’t need a soldering gun, sophisticated testing devices or worry about a hospital trip via electrocution! Most of the parts in your home-made computer build will quickly snap together. A few screws will need to be tightened, so if you can use a simple screwdriver you are golden.

The most difficult technical task you may encounter could involve applying some thermal paste between your CPU and heat sink unit. If that task gives you sleepless nights, don’t worry. Many CPU’s have the heat sink and fan attached.

You can build a computer in three easy steps.

The first step is developing a budget for a gaming computer. You can create an economical gaming system for $500 or go radical and spend thousands and thousands. A great homemade computer, handling any of today’s most popular games is usually built for right around $1,000.

Once you have a budget, look at what components are needed and the case you want to put them in. Here is where you play the mad scientist. Here is where you will have the most fun by researching the best brands for your dollar, seeking the coolest looking components and making sure they are all compatible and will fit nicely into the case you chose to house them in.

The assembly, which I said is a snap, is the icing on the cake, the achievement of your goal! It’s now time to load your favorite game and soak in the high!!

Green Data Centers Save Energy

The IDC report also finds that energy efficiency progress is slowing. Once the obvious efficiency projects such as isolating hot and cold aisles are completed, additional investment in energy efficiency becomes harder to justify either because of the cost or because of a perception that new initiatives might increase risk. IT managers are highly cautious about implementing aggressive energy management programs because they’re concerned that such measures could threaten uptime IDC reported.

How To Make Your Data Center Eco-Friendly?

1. Consolidate Servers: Turn off any dead servers and optimize your existing servers.

2. Upgrade Servers: Move to energy efficient servers.

3. Change To High-Efficiency Power: This removes inefficiencies with multiple AC/DC conversions.

4. Monitor Power Use: Continuously check the servers for optimal efficiencies. This allows a data center to only use the amount of power needed and doing away with obsolete servers.

5. Implement Natural Cooling: Create effective cooling methods to use outside air. This reduces energy costs by 40 percent!

6. Improve Air Management: Redesign air management to prevent re-circulation of hot air from IT systems.

7. Find Optimal Environment: If possible, pick an environment that has cooler temperatures, low humidity and good airflow availability.

It may seem like the burgeoning of these solutions has reached its peak. But according to the worldwide public relations firm OpenPR, the Global Green Data center market was valued at USD 35.8 billion in 2016 and is expected to reach a market value of USD 148.22 billion by 2022, growing at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 26.20% between 2017 and 2022. Environmental regulations, rising energy costs, expansion are a few challenges driving the need for energy efficient, sustainable infrastructures. Building a green infrastructure requires a holistic approach to the entire infrastructure and not just the IT equipment.

It is absolutely essential for a solutions provider to offer customizable and holistic data center solutions to companies around the world. They need to assess your needs and provide the right solutions to consolidate, redesign and relocate if necessary for optimal IT efficiency.

An industry-coveted IT team, who have extensive experience in design, implementation and operation of large, medium and small scale levels can make this possible.