In this quick tech tip, Chet shares a free website that will help you determine if a specific website is down or if it’s a different problem.
In today’s Tech Tip Chet Davis shares caution about acting on a telephone call that suggests you’ve been hacked. Usually, this is a fraudulent call that causes you to act in a way that provides personal info to a cyber thief.
In today’s Tech Tip Chet addresses the permanence of the posts we share on social media. And provides suggestions for making sure what you post is something you’ll be happy seeing 10 years from now. This is #2 in a 5-part video series on Choosing Your Own Digital Tattoo.
In today’s Tech Tip Chet Davis – Your Technology Tutor shares the first of five videos focused on Choosing Your Digital Tattoo. Today “What does this look like to a stranger?”. Your digital tattoo or digital footprint is something you create every time you share some on social media today – and it will be […]
Had a great time talking with my friend and colleague Valda Ford recently about a very important topic – Your Digital Tatoo. For folks using Social Media it’s important you know that you are everyday adding to your Digital Tatoo, leaving a track – a record that friends, future bosses, co-workers, and your future mate […]
In today’s Tech Tip Chet shares software he uses to detect and clean-up Malware (malicious software). This free software (free trial of full version, and free limited version) is available at www.MalwareBytes.com.
In today’s Tech Tip Chet shares the importance of observing the issue of using Royalty Free music for your video projects, online classes, podcasts, and other media projects, and provides one of his favorite resources for cost free, royalty free music. You can visit the site yourself at http://audionautix.com (and as Chet suggests – consider donating on the site if you use one or more of their music files).
In today’s Tech Talk Chet provides an introduction to Cloud Computing – where both the Application (software) and the data (files, documents) are not on your local computer but in the ‘cloud’ and you compute while connected to the internet.
In today’s Tech Tip Chet introduces Cloud Backups – of both mobile devices and computers. Whether you’re using a Smartphone/iPhone, iPad/Tablet or Desktop/laptop computer a Cloud Backup could really save your backside (by saving your data, your important files, photos, etc). Chet reviews the use of iCloud in his iPhone as well as the laptop backup service he uses (Backblaze).