Biometric authentication uses a trait about the person to positively identify them before granting access. Disney characters could either love or hate biometrics given their stories and attributes.
Today is World Backup Day. March 31st is your annual reminder to backup your data so you don’t lose everything.
At WordCamp Europe 2014, Yana Petrova gave a talk on a topic that is often seen as taboo – depression.
Here is my list of top technology topics that will matter in 2015.
2014 was a pretty good year for 404 Tech Support and myself personally.
Using redundancy correctly can keep a business running and protect the organization from costly service outages. To make the case to remove your single points of failure, it can help to have some examples of the same functionality from everyday life.
Coding and writing scripts, like most things, gets better with practice and experience. To improve communication between developers and others, everybody should understand psuedocode as a middle ground communication means.
If you want to greatly improve your productivity, enjoyment of work, and perceived competence then becoming an excellent typist can help.
Clickbait, click bait, or link bait refers to a trend with headlines that are intentionally sensational or even misleading in order to get more people to visit a site.
I wondered how it would be if everybody was taught the general troubleshooting process. I then realized that was the case, at least from my education experience the scientific method was a standard part of the grade school curriculum.
Intel promoted an industry analysts’ report that calls the 3-4 year upgrade cycle of PCs a fallacy and pushes for a 2-year refresh cycle.
In some circles, September 1993 is known as ‘Eternal September’ or ‘the September that never ended’. It’s an expression that came about over 20 years ago from Usenet and new ISPs popping up like AOL.