Need to install a new or replace your old hard drive in Windows XP? This tutorial guides you through the configuration and installation of a new hard drive in your computer. Adding a hard drive adds performance and speed to your old system.
The Internet has provided a resource for home users in many ways. With the amount of data a user can download from the Internet and devices like digital cameras, it is important to mirror your hard drive so that you won’t lose your digital pictures, music or documents.
Instant messaging can be risky. Instant messaging – or IM – can take away from productivity by enabling workers to chat with friends and expose the business to viruses, malware and SPIM.
Need to increase your laptops ability to find and connect to wireless networks? Building a wireless antenna as a DIY project can be as cheap as $25, but users may opt to purchase network equipment for laptops that range from $50 – $160.
XSS (Cross Site Scripting) allows code to injected in a website. This code can give a malicious person access to your data and secure information. Getting updates, using firewalls and analyzing applications that produce webpages helps to prevent Cross Site Scripting.
Are your SQL applications truly secure? In this article, the advancements in SQL’s ability to encrypt data is discussed. Now native to SQL Server 2005 and 2008, SQL provides an additional step in protecting your data and sensitive information.