Tuesday, November 21, 2017

How To Find The Best IT Help To Resolve PC Issues?

With such a large number of PC systems in the contemporary world, and it has become too difficult to avoid issues that arise while using computer systems for work. Regardless of whether this means innovation, computer repair is something that we can’t ignore. Fortunately, PC repair services are easily available, but it’s all about choosing the best one.

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You'll discover many service providers who offer IT Help at affordable prices, but you must choose the ones that offer top-notch results as well. Have a look at some crucial info shared by Roger Samara about computer repairs.

You Can Try To Fix The Issues On Your Own


Most people don't consider trying to repair the PC on their own. The pressure or stress of losing data, or your non-functioning PC can undoubtedly make you too angry to discover a solution quickly. However, quite often the easiest to resolve PC issues are the most common ones. Thus, it is really a smart idea to examine any troubles that you're having with your PC so you can repair them easily on your own.

Related: Tips and Techniques to Boost Speed of Computer


Hiring Professional IT Help


In case, you've drained every single available option for you, and you figure out that you may require some additional assistance to tackle a PC issue, at that point hiring an expert for IT Help may offer the right assistance. Expert guidance is available in various structures, but it can be divided into two noteworthy parts: PC repair shops, and calling a professional in your place.

A lot of people visit a computer repair shop. These are often situated in a local spot near their house. PC repair shops have the ability to resolve various PC issues, and can be trusted with your PC. However, it’s a bit of a hassle to take your PC to a repair shop.

On the other hand, hiring professional for IT Support is one of the most convenient ways to get your computer repaired in no time.

A technician comes to your home or workplace to take care of the issue. Such services may be somewhat more costly than going specifically to a PC repair shop, but, it is considerably a lot easier and empowers you to accomplish more tasks while your PC is being repaired.

It is reasonable to say that individuals who have a busy or hectic life will most likely choose to have PC issues resolved at home or office by professional technicians.

However, it’s advisable that you should call a professional for IT Help when you have time. That’s because you never know how big the problem is or how much time will it take for the professional to resolve the issues in your computer.

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

CTWP has best service technician in America

Ken Dishon, of CTWP Document Imaging Solutions, earned the Best Technician in the United States by Kyocera for the 2016 Service Award National Competition Monday, Sept. 11. He competed against the best of the best from each of the national regions. CTWP’s Corsicana office is located at 111 W. Fifth Ave.

Dishon started the competition by taking an online test, testing his knowledge of Kyocera products, networking and color theory. Out of over 500 people that took the test in the United States, his score was one of the top five in the South West Region. His score earned his a spot in the South West Region Service Award Semi-finals. He then competed against the other top finishers in the Regions. There was a written test to further test his mastery of the subjects covered in the online test. The next part of the Semi-final was hands on troubleshooting. A number of machines were set up with the various problems and each person had to find and correct the problem in the shortest time possible. There was also an interview portion where questions were asked showing his ability to deal with customer concerns in a professional manner.

After winning the Region Semi-final competition Dishon was invited to the Finals at the National Training Center. The competition there was the same format as the Semi-finals but the test and troubleshooting problems were more difficult.

Roger Samara is a Computer Technician at Asiatic solution with 10 years of experience. He is master of Computer's world and he is passionate about his work & new technologies introducing in Computer's world. He is fully dedicated to his work. Determine user's technical needs and provide them with appropriate solutions. Install hardware, software and device drivers on standalone computers. Install and configure computer networks including LAN and WAN. Manage network configurations to ensure that all computers on a network can communicate effectively .Test computers peripherals, hardware and software to ensure that they are working appropriately. Upgrade software, patches and operating systems on a continuous basis. Install and configure monitors, keyboards and printers. Troubleshoot hardware and software problems. Act as a technical resource in order to assist users with resolving computer issues. Ensure that all computers are secured effectively by installing and updating antivirus software.

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Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Removing a virus without using any anti-virus software

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Virus is a computer program that can copy itself and infect computers.
 
The term "virus" is erroneously used to refer to other types of malware, including adware and spyware programs that do not have the reproductive ability.
 
A true virus can spread from one computer to another (in some form of executable code).
One of the ways by which a virus can infect your PC is through USB/Flash drives.
 
Common viruses such as 'Ravmon' , 'New Folder.exe', 'Orkut is banned' are spreading through USB drive .
Most anti virus programs are unable to detect them and even if they do, in most cases they are unable
to delete the file, only quarantine it.So in our post we use command prompt to remove harmful files that
any anti-virus can't. 

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017

The countries with the world’s fastest mobile internet


If you’re after blazing mobile data speeds, you should go to South Korea, Norway, or Hungary. Those are the countries with the fastest mobile internet connections, clocking over 30 megabits per second on average, according to new research by data analytic firm Open Signal.

Open Signal measured data speeds that the average user in 87 countries would experience, meaning that both 4G and 3G speeds were aggregated instead of measured in isolation. The average global speed for an LTE, or 4G, connection was 17.4 mbps, from an earlier Open Signal study, meaning the average mobile data connection in the top three fastest countries is nearly twice as fast as the global average.

The Open Signal report reveals another trend at work: Even as mobile data speeds increase, users are spending large amounts of time with mobile devices connected to wifi networks. For instance, mobile users in South Korea spend 50% of their time connected to wifi; in Norway it’s 55%, and in Hungary it’s 53%. This suggests that mobile data links aren’t being used to replace wifi networks, but to supplement them, the report says. By Roger Samara


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Monday, February 20, 2017

Roger Samara | Summerlin Air Force veteran carves niche as computer technician

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When Kevin Hoffnagle left the Air Force after serving in Afghanistan, he found it tough to get a job.

He didn’t find anything for a year. Then he turned to Veterans Affairs, who set him up with The Learning Center, 777 N. Rainbow Blvd., Suite 150.

Hoffnagle used his GI benefits to train as a computer technician. He was familiar with the work; he once took apart and rebuilt his computer. Without a car, he walked an hour each way to training.

“I’m real fit now,” he said. “It made me lose weight.”


The course was six weeks of classroom instruction, followed by a three-month unpaid internship. Besides vocational training through the VA, The Learning Center offers Purple Heart recipients a 12-day Microsoft Office Suite course (usually $2,595 ) free.

Hoffnagle’s internship was done at TLC Computer Solutions, 7501 W. Lake Mead Blvd., Suite 112. Owner John Sinchak said he considered hiring Hoffnagle after the 12-hour a week internship was over, but said it would take another six months to get him trained for a technical position that was opening up. So he kept him on over the summer to see how did.

“We knew Kevin was dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder and we knew about his back injury, so he came to us with those issues, which might be a deterrent to hire on a regular basis,” Sinchak said. “… Because he’s put so much effort into the program, we wanted to work with him and bring him into the organization.”

Hoffnagle proved to be a good fit as a back-room technician.

“I think this is the kind of environment that is good for him. It’s small enough we can keep close tabs on him, where in a larger business he might get lost in the shuffle,” Sinchak said.

This Christmas, Hoffnagle became certified and is now gainfully employed at TLC.

Part of the reason, Pinchas admitted, that he was working with The Learning Center was because the program provides a rebate for the veteran’s salary for a few months. Hoffnagle also received an allowance from the VA, covering tools, equipment, clothes and other items he might need during training.

“Since I know what I want to do now, it helps me (increase) my knowledge base,” Hoffnagle said. “To have this program available, it gives you a safety net you can use, even though you have to be a certain percentage disabled to use it. They get you into a (career) you can be good at.”

A fellow worker, Matthew Winther, had nothing but praise for how the Air Force prepared Hoffnagle for approaching any job.


“Kevin’s a real hard worker,” he said. “He’s got that military attitude. He comes to work and gets right to it. If I didn’t make him stop, I’m sure he’d still be here when I come back the next morning.”

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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Juniper signs up tech alliance to secure software-defined networks

The alliance partnerships are to deploy security solutions for software-defined networks.

Juniper Networks is forming a collaboration alliance in order to expand software-defined secure networks.

Partnerships have been formed with a number of security providers across critical areas such as, endpoint security, cloud access security and network access control.

Together, the partners will integrate their individual technologies with Juniper’s Software-Defined Secure Networks (SDSN) platform. This is to allow customers to create cohesive security infrastructures for advanced threat intelligence sharing and prevention.

The companies joining Juniper’s existing alliances include Carbon Black, Netscape, Cipher Cloud, Fore Scout and Aruba.

Carbon Black is to deliver its endpoint security solution, this will be integrated with Juniper’s SDSN framework to extend its network solution and include endpoint visibility, protection and control.

The joint solution from the two companies will provide either a flexible on-premises, cloud or hybrid solution based on what the customer needs.

Netscape Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) solution will join together with Juniper’s enterprise security solutions. The purpose of this is to extend enforcement to the cloud to enable cloud awareness on firewalls and the ability to block employee access to malicious cloud services.

Cipher Cloud’s CASB platform is to target enterprise security solutions with visibility, adaptive control and strong encryption for cloud apps and data.

HPE Company, Aruba’s alliance with Juniper will see its Clear Pass security portfolio integrated with Juniper’s campus and branch network products and firewalls to deliver a unique solution that identifies next-gen security attacks for security and IT teams.


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