Mark Zuckerberg just signed the death warrant for the smartphone

  Mark Zuckerberg’s speech at this year’s F8 conference illustrated just how fast technology is moving and the direction it is going. The overall comment in the article about Microsoft’s HoloLens boss sums it up, “HoloLens boss Alex Kipman recently called the demise of the smartphone the “natural conclusion” of augmented reality and its associated […]

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BASH Shell Security Issue

We at INFINIT are always on top of all security threats. This latest threat affects the BASH shell, used by many UNIX and Linux systems. BASH Vulnerability CVE-2014-6271 Security Brief OVERVIEW On 9/24/2014, a vulnerability in BASH (Bourne-Again SHell) was discovered and reported to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). The vulnerability has […]

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Tips for Improving Your VoIP Quality of Service (QoS)

Upgrade your Internet connection VoIP is highly dependent on Internet upload and download speeds. If you have experienced any call quality issues during a VoIP call, your first stop should be with your current Internet Service Provider (ISP). Many ISPs will upgrade your connection speeds for free simply to keep you as a customer. If […]

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EVault Backup SaaS Launches on Windows Azure

Here’s some good news: EVault has officially launched its cloud-based backup and recovery service on the Windows Azure platform. EVault is a fantastic all-in-one desktop, laptop, Mac & Linux backup and data security, and this new service just makes it even better. The new backup service is designed to simplify the backup and recovery of […]

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New Features for FileBox

If you haven’t heard about our new product, CompleteCare+ FileBox, read more about our cloud storage solution that surpasses the likes of Dropbox and Google Drive. As always, we continually seek to improve our products and have recently added a few new features to FileBox: […]

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Learning to Navigate the Windows 8 UI

The Windows 8 UI (user interface), formerly known as “Metro” is quite different from the regular Windows desktop, but underneath the new Start Screen, you’ll find that the underlying desktop hasn’t unchanged.  Microsoft released the Windows 8 OS as a way to bridge the gap between touch devises with the regular desktop.  That means you’ll be able […]

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Cloud Computing: It’s a Different Way of Thinking

Cloud computing isn’t a new technology, it’s a new approach. Technically, cloud computing could have existed long ago. However, the time-honored business practice of packaging and selling a tangible product to consumers drove the old model of selling computers, servers and software one-by-one. People like to buy physical products that they can see and hold. […]

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