Monthly Archives: March 2009

GhostNet Hacker Spies On Governments

GhostNet Hacker Spies On Governments

March 30, 2009

Heard about GhostNet yet? Its very disconcerting because it targets government computers and attempts to forward emails, documents and passwords. By most accounts (ZDNet, PC World, Forbes, InfoWorld), 103 countries have been infected with GhostNet spy virus. It all started with the Dalai Lama. The Tibetan leader with offices in India, Brussels, London and New […]

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Layoff’s leave companies with Unused Hardware and Software

Layoff’s leave companies with Unused Hardware and Software

March 20, 2009

With more than 4.4 million jobs lost since December 2007 it has become a common ordeal for companies to cut jobs in order to save costs in today’s economic recession. With so many people being left out of work a new problem has arose concerning unused software and hardware. The question of what to do […]

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Los Angeles Computer Service

Los Angeles Computer Service

March 9, 2009

Computer service and repair is a growing business in Los Angeles, and ComputerServiceNow.com is your source for onsite computer service, in Los Angeles and nationwide, with onsite professionals ready to assist you and your business with all your computer service needs. When and if a problem should occur with your computer, remember ComputerServiceNow.com can have […]

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Dell IP Phone System – Review

Dell IP Phone System – Review

March 4, 2009

Dell has partnered with Fonality to manufacture and sell an IP phone system for small and medium business (SMB). The Fonality phone system is built on Asterisk, which is an open source PBX and telephony platform. (http://www.asterisk.org/). Fonality is an enterprise class; professional grade IP based phone system. The hardware is standard Dell systems, you […]

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Decline In Computer Sales – Increase In Computer Service

Decline In Computer Sales – Increase In Computer Service

March 3, 2009

Following the dot com bust of 2001 PC shipments fell 3.2% that was the worst decline of the times. But a report released this week shows that shipments will drop to 11.9% a staggering number from just 8 years ago. This drop is being blamed on the fact that users are holding on to their […]

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P2P Software leaks blueprints to presidential helicopter

P2P Software leaks blueprints to presidential helicopter

March 2, 2009

Security firm Tiversa has discovered blueprints of Barack Obama’s presidential helicopter, Marine One, being hosted by an Iranian IP address. “We found a file containing entire blueprints and avionics package for Marine One,which is the president’s helicopter. What appears to be a defense contractor in Bethesda, MD had a file sharing program on one of […]

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