More and more, employees are being encouraged to use their own electronics (smartphones, portable computers, netbooks, tablets, etc.) for work. Here are some quick tips from the Geek Squad on getting the most out of BYOD.
At the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), you’ll see tons of must-have devices. But what about all the accessories that can tie those together? I call those technological glue, and there were plenty of examples at CES.
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The New York Times has an article up with tips on preventing unintended damage to your laptop.
I was one of the many technical support professionals quoted in the piece, but it’s always fun to see your name in a high profile site like the New York Times. The NYT has a tradition of being very formal when referencing names, making it funny to at least me to see “Mr. Meister of Geek Squad” being referenced.
Old PCs need love too! I had a chance to speak to Bill Wills at WTAM1100 Newsradio in Cleveland about ways to breath new life in that old laptop hardware.
When you start your Spring cleaning routine this year, don’t forget about your technology. Your computers can pick up a lot of dust over the Winter, so clearing out the debris can help your PC’s performance.
I had a chance to talk to Bill Wills from the Wills & Snyder radio show on Cleveland’s WTAM 1100 this morning about the best ways to clean up your desktop, as well as how to the local Geek Squad can give your laptop its annual hardware checkup.