• What is a Device Driver?


    A device driver or a software driver is a specific type of computer software typically developed to allow interaction with hardware devices such as a mouse or a printer. This software causes an interface for communicating with the device through the specific computer “bus” or communication subsystem that the hardware is connected to. The software […]

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  • The Risks of a Hacker Finding Your Personal Information


    Everyone has heard of the latest scandal of the Home Depot being hacked and vital information for over sixty million people being stolen. Now what would a hacker want with the information some would wonder? The thought behind a hackers motives in most cases, is to just be able to hack the site that says […]

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  • CEO completes the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

    “I’m Spencer Pous, CEO of SJP Network Solutions, LLC and BluBroadband High Speed Internet. I have been challenged by WisperISP to complete the #icebucketchallenge. We are donating to the ALS Association as well. I am challenging our friends Tyler and Gary Shields of Cayman Wireless, Micah Berg, CEO of RealJoy Vacations, and Ted Corcoran the Greater […]

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  • Backing up Data Properly is Important

    Computer data can be very important, especially for those who make a living on the computer. Over the last several years, the computer has grown on all of us, making our lives so much easier. For that very reason, if we lost our computer data, it would completely destroy a majority of us. Losing data […]

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  • How Do Wireless Networks Work?


    Wireless networks work using radio waves instead of wires to transmit data between computers. That’s the simple version. If you’re curious to know what’s going on in more detail, then it’s all explained in this article. Ones and Zeros I’m sure you know that computers transmit data digitally, using binary: ones and zeros. This is […]

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  • Downloading Free Spyware Adware Removal Programs


    There was a time when the person did not have to worry about viruses, spyware, worms and other headaches. Unfortunately, these things are here and people have to deal with it rather than becoming another victim. Given that this problem affects everyone on a global scale, software companies have come out with various products to […]

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  • Link Load Balancing – “Take a Load Off Annie”


    Link Load Balancing evens out critical resources on data networks with unpredictable requests issued to a server. For example, a web site with heavy traffic may employ two, three or more servers in a link load balancing program. The link load balancing routines enable a network to “juggle” more traffic that otherwise possible If one […]

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  • Dust Kills!


    Between taking care of the house, kids, pets, and PTA, computer care is probably one of the last things that you are thinking of. Without a regular maintenance schedule however, you could find out (the hard way) that a neglected computer is an energy hog – one that works harder than it needs to and […]

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  • Submitting Your Website to Search Engines

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    If you have a web based business or if a significant portion of your business is done on the web through your website, then the best advertising and marketing is done by submitting to a search engine. No amount of press release, newspaper or radio ad, banner ad, spam email or newsletter will achieve the […]

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  • Internet Explorer Vulnerability


    A newly discovered flaw affecting several versions of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer has left a significant portion of the world’s web browsers vulnerable to attack. Disclosed in an unusual Saturday alert from Microsoft, the flaw is being called a serious “Zero Day” vulnerability by security company FireEye, which claims it affects more than 56 percent of […]

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