For many companies, desktop and end user support can be costly and time consuming. Especially if you have multiple computing environments with a variety of desktop applications and PCs of different models and ages. Although desktop PCs are relatively inexpensive the cost for maintenance and end user support can be as much as five times the cost of the computer.
In the early years of computer technology, costs for desktop and end user support were reduced through (more…)
I have a lot of passwords. In fact I have 194 of them. But remembering 194 of something is tough, and we typically don’t make our passwords something that can be remembered easily. One way we try to make this easier is to use the same password for multiple accounts. But this is not secure. If someone hacks your Facebook account, they now have the password to your email account, and probably your bank account too.
So how about making a list of all your passwords? Maybe a post-it note on your monitor, or on a piece of paper that you hide under your keyboard. This sounds pretty clever but (more…)