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How To: Quickly View iPhone X Battery Life Percentage

I’m assuming most of us live and die by knowing the exact amount of battery life left on our mobile devices, so I did a video showing you two ways to quickly view your iPhone X battery life percentage.

How To: One-Hand Typing On An iPhone

I’ll admit, my hands are not that large. I would consider them “super average”. I’ve been using the iPhone 7 Plus for a year and most of the time, I need two hands to do most functions. iOS 11 added a feature that should make typing on larger iPhones easier…

How to Pre-order the iPhone X

iPhone X Preorder Tips and Tricks

Word on street is that the iPhone X will be in short supply for a number of reasons. That just means you have be on top your pre-ordering game to have a chance at getting one on launch day. Peep my strategy on how I plan to get my iPhone X pre-order in…

Does Your Small Business Need Mobile Device Management

Does Your Small Business Need Mobile Device Management?

If small business owners take the time to outline their IT policy, MDM applications can make sure users and devices stay in compliance without the help of an entire IT department.

Time Machine Backup Basics For Your Mac

Time Machine Backup Basics For Your Mac

With all my clients, one of the first things I strongly urge is for users to backup up their Mac using the built-in Time Machine software so when (not if) disaster strikes, you can get back up an running, instead of crying and praying to Apple (Or me) that we can retrieve data that may be long gone.

11 computer mistakes you're making right now

11 Computer Mistakes You’re Making Right Now

Even though the shelf-life of computers are getting shorter and shorter, you should still want to keep you’re “baby” running as long as possible. Additionally, you also want to ensure that nothing bad happens to your computer at the worst possible time. To keep your computer up and running, and to squeeze more speed and productivity from your computer, here are 11 common computer mistakes you need to stop making…now.

4 reasons why your business should move to the cloud

4 Reasons Why Your Business Should Move To The Cloud

If you’re familiar with email, specifically, sending and receiving email messages that are not stored on your computer, you’re already operating in the cloud. Of course, cloud computing is much more than that, but most people are not comfortable enough to consider moving their entire operation to the cloud. So here’s a quick overview of cloud computing and 4 reasons why your business should move to the cloud.

secure your hard drive via brothatech

One Thing You’re NOT Doing To Secure Your Computer’s Data

Your Hard Drive inside your computer is the kink in the armor that is your personal or business security policy. If your computer is lost or stolen, A person who knows his/her way around a computer can access your files without knowing the password on your computer, unless you protect the Hard Drive as well

3 Steps To Simple and Secure Passwords in Your Small Business

3 basic steps you should take to generate secure passwords and reduce the chances of somebody accessing your information that’s probably spread out all over the web.

3 Things You Must Do Before Updgrading to macOS High Sierra by brothatech

3 Things You Must Do Before Updgrading to macOS High Sierra

The latest macOS High Sierra operating system should show up in your Mac App Store update list any moment now. There are major foundational updates that will be included in High Sierra, which means it’s in your best interest to do these 3 things before upgrading.