Monthly Archives: May 2011

Cyber Attacks Against the U.S. Ruled As Acts of War by Pentagon

Cyber Attacks Against the U.S. Ruled As Acts of War by Pentagon

May 31, 2011

The rash of cyber attacks across the country recently have prompted some strong words from the United States government. The US Department of Defense has ruled that any attack on computer networks or sabotage of information systems stemming from other countries officially constitute an act of war and can be responded to with traditional military force.

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HP Set to Acquire Printelligent Printing Management Services

HP Set to Acquire Printelligent Printing Management Services

May 25, 2011

HP has been making technology news a lot recently. They have just unveiled a few new nice computer products as well as a couple of LED computer monitors. However, the company that sits among the top of the technological world is making news for a different reason. Hewlett-Packard is planning on acquiring Printelligent. Printelligent is […]

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Computer Outage Slams Michigan

Computer Outage Slams Michigan

May 16, 2011

So, computer outages are seriously a pain in the derrière, in my opinion. I live and die by my computer as it is my primary source of income so a computer outage is never something that needs to happen to me. The good news is, residential computer outages are few and far between. You usually hear […]

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New Patch Fixes Three Windows 7 Service Pack 1 Problems

New Patch Fixes Three Windows 7 Service Pack 1 Problems

May 12, 2011

If you are one of the many people out there that is currently having problems installing Service Pack 1 for Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2, then your problems may soon be solved as Microsoft has just released a patch that is designed to fix all of those problems and make it smooth sailing. Microsoft […]

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Ohio City’s Hard Drive Disposal Could Pose Risk of Data Theft

Ohio City’s Hard Drive Disposal Could Pose Risk of Data Theft

May 2, 2011

Columbus, Ohio, may be placing a lot of sensitive data in danger of theft when it retires old computers, according to one security expert. Columbus’ Department of Technology receives guarantees from its computer disposal vendor that all of the hard drives and other parts that may contain sensitive data have been destroyed. However, city technicians have not kept any record of exactly what they have taken out of service and sent for destruction.

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