Posts by Jay Longmire

How a Custom Script Can Save You Time

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Do you spend hours pulling information from several sources and putting it all together? Do you use a downloaded file like a csv from your web app along with an exported report in xml from some software with notes in excel to create an essential report? You aren’t alone. We all have to pull together…

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Alert : ATI Windows 10 Dual Display Quits Working

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A recent windows 10 driver update breaks dual screen on some ATI Radeon cards. You can fix it by rolling back the driver. Type control panel in the search bar. Click on System and Security then System. You will see Device Manager on the left click it. Click on display Adapters.     Right Click…

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3 Reasons Your Tech Solutions Fail, And How To Fix Them

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I have answered my phone for the last 20 years with “This is Jay. How may I help you?” Many clients go on to tell me their issues, and allow me the opportunity to help them. Occasionally, they bring a problem that is completely new to me, and other times it’s something as simple as adding a…

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Do These 4 Things To Ensure Backup Success.

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Your company produces based on information whether it is stored in a database, in documents stored on a server or in someone’s head. Backups of this information is essential to your business’s survival. Here are some basic survival points to help you in building a workable backup plan. 1. Test your backups Stop right now…

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The Truth About Your Computer Hardware

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Be proactive: plan your hardware replacement cycle. Replacement cycle plan sounds intimidating, but it shouldn’t. It’s simply making sure that you have a general idea of how long your devices will be used. “Devices?” you might ask, “I don’t use ‘devices’. I have a server and workstations.” You may be using PC’s and servers, but in the…

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