Tag Archives: IT

Why didn’t I think of that?

Working from home can be tough, especially if you work the late night shift.  What do you do if you have computer problems when the IT department is not available?  To answer that question, I thought I would devote this … Continue reading

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Save money on your next computer

At some point, you will need to buy a new computer.  Hopefully it won’t be because your old computer died.  Today’s blog is a suggestion about how you can get a new computer for less. I recently purchased a new … Continue reading

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Interoperability in healthcare — finally … and how do you get the players to cooperate?

The federal health information technology coordinator recently released a report on how to improve interoperability in electronic health-record systems. The report, “Connecting Health and Care for the Nation, A Shared Nationwide Interoperability Roadmap” calls for most providers to have the … Continue reading

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What is DNS and why do I care?

DNS stands for Domain Name Server.  These servers make it possible for you to navigate the internet using words like www.google.com instead of IP addresses like 173.194.123.82.  If you type those numbers into your browser, they will take you to … Continue reading

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Where’s my computer?

While this information will prove to be more useful for Windows 8 users, it is also relevant to those using Windows 7. There are times when you need to access files directly on your computer.  Windows XP called it My … Continue reading

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