Why Cloud Computing Is Important
RecoverySoft / August 19, 2018

Help Companies Save Money Companies can save a lot of money in their investment into cloud computing technologies that can help organizations take the burden of acquisition of servers, software, and people that are needed to stand up enterprise services, shared technology solutions, and deployment of customized or custom off the shelf solutions that are needed to support mission requirements of the enterprise.These solutions that are normally performed "in-house" within the boundaries of the organization can now be performed by outside vendors that specialize in niche technologies allowing them to provide cheaper solutions to their customers. These vendors have the resources, servers, software, and infrastructure in place that are needed to provide a specialized service to an organization. Companies end up saving more money because they do not have to do all the work that is required to set up the service, they just sign up with the vendor and outsource the service to the third-party that manages the technology that is delivered to their clients. Help Small Business Become More Efficient The economy is making it really difficult for small businesses to compete with mid-size and large scale organizations to gain new customers in their industry. These new customers…

How To Protect Your Important Documents Using Encryption
RecoverySoft / August 14, 2018

A common fear that people (maybe you?) Have about going paperless is that hackers will somehow be able to get access to their private information. It is not an unreasonable fear, but there are things you can do to protect yourself. One of the best ways is to use encryption, which just means making it so that you, and only you, can get at your documents. That way, even if your computer gets hacked or stolen, people will be faced with a strange file that they will not be able to open any matter how hard they try. Think of it as having your critical documents locked away in a safe. How do you do this? There are a number of different ways, and no end to the number of software packages that you can buy, but here are two completely free solutions that are both great. As with most things, which one you use depends on what type of computer or operating system you are running. Encrypting Your Files On Microsoft Windows or Linux If you use Microsoft Windows or Linux, I recommend using TrueCrypt which is a free, open-source disk encryption software. When you use TrueCrypt, you will…

How To Protect Your Important Documents Using Encryption
RecoverySoft / August 12, 2018

A common fear that people (maybe you?) Have about going paperless is that hackers will somehow be able to get access to their private information. It is not an unreasonable fear, but there are things you can do to protect yourself. One of the best ways is to use encryption, which just means making it so that you, and only you, can get at your documents. That way, even if your computer gets hacked or stolen, people will be faced with a strange file that they will not be able to open any matter how hard they try. Think of it as having your critical documents locked away in a safe. How do you do this? There are a number of different ways, and no end to the number of software packages that you can buy, but here are two completely free solutions that are both great. As with most things, which one you use depends on what type of computer or operating system you are running. Encrypting Your Files On Microsoft Windows or Linux If you use Microsoft Windows or Linux, I recommend using TrueCrypt which is a free, open-source disk encryption software. When you use TrueCrypt, you will…

How To Protect Your Important Documents Using Encryption
RecoverySoft / August 10, 2018

A common fear that people (maybe you?) Have about going paperless is that hackers will somehow be able to get access to their private information. It is not an unreasonable fear, but there are things you can do to protect yourself. One of the best ways is to use encryption, which just means making it so that you, and only you, can get at your documents. That way, even if your computer gets hacked or stolen, people will be faced with a strange file that they will not be able to open any matter how hard they try. Think of it as having your critical documents locked away in a safe. How do you do this? There are a number of different ways, and no end to the number of software packages that you can buy, but here are two completely free solutions that are both great. As with most things, which one you use depends on what type of computer or operating system you are running. Encrypting Your Files On Microsoft Windows or Linux If you use Microsoft Windows or Linux, I recommend using TrueCrypt which is a free, open-source disk encryption software. When you use TrueCrypt, you will…

Important Upgrade for Every Computer and Backup Planning
RecoverySoft / August 2, 2018

One important upgrade every computer owner should perform is to have surge protection. Sure protection protects your desktop or laptop from a power surge that can happen during a storm. A surge protector is a piece of hardware that your computer is plugged into. The protector then plugs into the wall. Thus, it is an intermediary between your computer and the power outlet. The surge protector prevents dangerous levels of power from reaching your computer and causing overload problems. Here’s the scenario: You’re using your computer during an electrical storm. Lightning strikes and sends a high amount of power to your computer. With a surge protector, the surge protector notices the power is too high and prevents the high power from reaching your computer. Without a surge protector, the high voltage travels right to your machine, and you’re left to pray that it doesn’t overload your computer and cost you to have repairs performed. A surge protector can also prevent spikes that occur should the power go out and then come back on at a higher level. Thus, surge protectors are relatively cheap and are the standard in computer protection. A wise investment to be sure. The second topic for…

How To Protect Your Important Documents Using Encryption
RecoverySoft / July 29, 2018

A common fear that people (maybe you?) Have about going paperless is that hackers will somehow be able to get access to their private information. It is not an unreasonable fear, but there are things you can do to protect yourself. One of the best ways is to use encryption, which just means making it so that you, and only you, can get at your documents. That way, even if your computer gets hacked or stolen, people will be faced with a strange file that they will not be able to open any matter how hard they try. Think of it as having your critical documents locked away in a safe. How do you do this? There are a number of different ways, and no end to the number of software packages that you can buy, but here are two completely free solutions that are both great. As with most things, which one you use depends on what type of computer or operating system you are running. Encrypting Your Files On Microsoft Windows or Linux If you use Microsoft Windows or Linux, I recommend using TrueCrypt which is a free, open-source disk encryption software. When you use TrueCrypt, you will…

How To Protect Your Important Documents Using Encryption
RecoverySoft / July 28, 2018

A common fear that people (maybe you?) Have about going paperless is that hackers will somehow be able to get access to their private information. It is not an unreasonable fear, but there are things you can do to protect yourself. One of the best ways is to use encryption, which just means making it so that you, and only you, can get at your documents. That way, even if your computer gets hacked or stolen, people will be faced with a strange file that they will not be able to open any matter how hard they try. Think of it as having your critical documents locked away in a safe. How do you do this? There are a number of different ways, and no end to the number of software packages that you can buy, but here are two completely free solutions that are both great. As with most things, which one you use depends on what type of computer or operating system you are running. Encrypting Your Files On Microsoft Windows or Linux If you use Microsoft Windows or Linux, I recommend using TrueCrypt which is a free, open-source disk encryption software. When you use TrueCrypt, you will…

How To Protect Your Important Documents Using Encryption
RecoverySoft / July 27, 2018

A common fear that people (maybe you?) Have about going paperless is that hackers will somehow be able to get access to their private information. It is not an unreasonable fear, but there are things you can do to protect yourself. One of the best ways is to use encryption, which just means making it so that you, and only you, can get at your documents. That way, even if your computer gets hacked or stolen, people will be faced with a strange file that they will not be able to open any matter how hard they try. Think of it as having your critical documents locked away in a safe. How do you do this? There are a number of different ways, and no end to the number of software packages that you can buy, but here are two completely free solutions that are both great. As with most things, which one you use depends on what type of computer or operating system you are running. Encrypting Your Files On Microsoft Windows or Linux If you use Microsoft Windows or Linux, I recommend using TrueCrypt which is a free, open-source disk encryption software. When you use TrueCrypt, you will…

Important Upgrade for Every Computer and Backup Planning
RecoverySoft / July 24, 2018

One important upgrade every computer owner should perform is to have surge protection. Sure protection protects your desktop or laptop from a power surge that can happen during a storm. A surge protector is a piece of hardware that your computer is plugged into. The protector then plugs into the wall. Thus, it is an intermediary between your computer and the power outlet. The surge protector prevents dangerous levels of power from reaching your computer and causing overload problems. Here’s the scenario: You’re using your computer during an electrical storm. Lightning strikes and sends a high amount of power to your computer. With a surge protector, the surge protector notices the power is too high and prevents the high power from reaching your computer. Without a surge protector, the high voltage travels right to your machine, and you’re left to pray that it doesn’t overload your computer and cost you to have repairs performed. A surge protector can also prevent spikes that occur should the power go out and then come back on at a higher level. Thus, surge protectors are relatively cheap and are the standard in computer protection. A wise investment to be sure. The second topic for…

Important Upgrade for Every Computer and Backup Planning
RecoverySoft / July 21, 2018

One important upgrade every computer owner should perform is to have surge protection. Sure protection protects your desktop or laptop from a power surge that can happen during a storm. A surge protector is a piece of hardware that your computer is plugged into. The protector then plugs into the wall. Thus, it is an intermediary between your computer and the power outlet. The surge protector prevents dangerous levels of power from reaching your computer and causing overload problems. Here’s the scenario: You’re using your computer during an electrical storm. Lightning strikes and sends a high amount of power to your computer. With a surge protector, the surge protector notices the power is too high and prevents the high power from reaching your computer. Without a surge protector, the high voltage travels right to your machine, and you’re left to pray that it doesn’t overload your computer and cost you to have repairs performed. A surge protector can also prevent spikes that occur should the power go out and then come back on at a higher level. Thus, surge protectors are relatively cheap and are the standard in computer protection. A wise investment to be sure. The second topic for…