December 30, 2016

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Cutting-edge new Conference Room

Nothing says monotony and office tedium more than your run of the mill conference room, particularly when tech troubles arise. Scenarios occur where problem after problem after problem afflicts conference room technology: someone can’t connect to the projector, or worse, the projector breaks. Presentation audio hisses and cuts out. The screen isn’t bright enough for […]

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Five Tips on How to Stay Safe on the Internet

We live in a world where important data is left in the hands of cold connected machines, and though these machines have made themselves incredibly handy, they also pose a security risk to those who use them. Here are a few ways to make sure you’re staying safe online. Passwords It’s been said that passwords […]

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Windows Error Lookup: That May Help You

Windows error walkthrough site For many Windows users, there has come a time when the computer has displayed an error code, but the numbers are completely arbitrary to the user. Users would have to devote a lot of time and research in order to find a solution to the error. Most of the time, this […]

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First Commercial Drone Delivery System in US

Drone Delivery A couple of days ago, 7-11 completed the first regular commercial drone delivery in the US. 7-11 deployed drones in Reno, NV to deliver orders around a store. The drone successfully delivered 77 customers their orders at their doorstep. This feat beat out Google and Amazon with this innovation. All of these deliveries […]

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Apple may be moving away from the MacOS

Apple’s Recent Decisions Given the Apple’s recent new Macbook pro encountering issues with its hardware and its previous focuses, Apple may be putting their focus more into developing their iOS’s and mobile devices. Recently, the Macbook Pro has received heavy amounts of criticism for the inconsistent battery life. Apple has failed to acknowledge the problem, […]

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Happy Holidays from Cloud Atlas!

Happy Holidays!   It’s been a great year for tech. We got new platforms from Apple, Google, Playstation, Nintendo, and Xbox. VR technology took a leap, not to mention Pokemon Go and self-driving cars.   But on the smaller scale, Cloud Atlas has continued to service the greater Hillsborough area day in and day out: […]

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New MacOS Removes Estimated Battery Life

New MacOS Battery Life Issues   For some time, Macbook Pro owners have been complaining about inaccurate battery life estimations. Apple had guaranteed that the Macbook would last more than 10 hours a day, but many customers have been reporting that their Macbooks have been lasting for much less than 10 hours of battery life. […]

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Why It’s Crucial to Backup Data

It’s 2016, and we take our multi-terabyte hard drives for granted. Not so long ago, one megabyte storage devices were an upcoming standard, and programs had to be loaded on using 1.44 MB floppy disks. But now, storage is cheap, and most businesses have moved from paper records to electronic storage. The problem with hard […]

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Social Enterprise Software in Business Today

Back in the early 2000s, alongside the emergence of social media like blogs and wikis, businesses began to adopt social software like Jive, Yammer, and Socialcast to help their employees communicate and collaborate. These solutions didn’t last too long however. For whatever reason, the business social collaboration trend lost momentum.   Fast forward to 2013 […]

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Why Changing The Default Router Password Matters

According to tech news site ArsTechnica, there’s a new breed of DNS attack making its rounds on the web. Using a technique known as steganography, the attack hides malicious code inside pictures. This code then redirects the user to a domain name controlled by the attacker, posing as the website they were just on. The […]

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