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365 Technologies teams up with Mother Earth Recycling

Michael Anderson 365 News, Culture, Green Technology, Hardware, IT Best Practices

Our old hardware is going to a new home with a big heart 365 Technologies has teamed up with Mother Earth Recycling to recycle its old electronic equipment. “We usually recycle 200 to 300 computers a year,” says Michael Anderson, President and CEO of 365 Technologies. “This year, with Windows 7 support ending, that number will be closer to 400 to…

Computer Repair

Stop your PC from grinding before it grinds you

Michael Anderson Hardware

If you have a personal computer that suddenly starts making grinding noises, you may be experiencing one of two scenarios: The “Good” Scenario: the noise is a nuisance that is easily fixed with no major issues. The “Not Good” Scenario: the noise is a devastating issue that can stop your computer and lose your files. The “Good” Scenario Computers produce…

Baby, when the lights go out…will your data be safe?

Michael Anderson Disaster Recovery, Hardware, IT Security

When the power goes out, an Uninterruptable Power Supply, better known as a UPS, may be the difference between having a fully functioning office and one at a standstill; it can also save you and your employees time trying to clean up your data once the power is back. Typically, a UPS is used to protect hardware (computers, servers, and…

Your Solid State Drive May Outlive You

Michael Anderson Hardware

When shopping for a new computer, you’re faced with a choice; go with a traditional hard drive (HDD), or a solid state drive (SSD). The benefits of an SSD are many, but are they enough to justify the extra expense? To accurately answer this question, you first need to consider your computing needs. If you’re on a tight budget and…

Windows Server 2003 End of Support Date Looms

Michael Anderson Hardware

It’s best practice to upgrade your server’s OS (and all of your software for that matter) every time a new version is released–not every twelve years. One reason to upgrade is that the latest software is built to handle the demands of modern businesses, which gives you a competitive edge over companies running older software. Security is another big part…