Seneca Data Motion CL900 Tablet Computer Running Windows 7 Professional Coming Soon!

JohnMHoyt Android, broadband, Business, Cloud Computing, Computer Sales, Connectivity, Fun Stuff, Homeland Secure IT, iPad, Microsoft, Mobile, Nexlink, Technology, Windows 2 Comments

I can hardly contain myself! One of our favorite vendors, Seneca Data, just announced a new line of ruggedized tablet computers that they will be offering in the coming months! The Android and iPad tablet wars are going full strength, but it looks like Microsoft’s Windows 7 isn’t out of the running just yet. Oh I already hear what you …

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Greenville computer service, repair, support and more – Way more… #greenville

JohnMHoyt Apple, Business, Computer Repair, Computer Security, Computer Service, Connectivity, Homeland Secure IT, Homeland Secure IT Promotions, Mac, Microsoft, Microsoft Exchange, Mobile, Non-Profit, Office, OS X, security, Technology, Windows, Windows Server Leave a Comment

This morning I was having a discussion with a potential client and we were talking about the “Homeland Secure IT” name, the individual mentioned that they understood the play on words, however they were simply not sure how to take “IT”, because they thought of “IT” only in the terms of “Information Technology”… I explained that the “IT” in our …

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iPad and tablet computers finding their way into business

JohnMHoyt Apple, broadband, Business, Computer Service, Connectivity, Fun Stuff, Homeland Secure IT, iPad, Microsoft, Microsoft Exchange, Mobile, Technology, Windows, Windows Server 1 Comment

My initial reaction to the iPad was that it was cute little toy, but then immediately after its release it became apparent that people wanted to use them for business as well as pleasure. First was the use of Remote Desktop (Terminal Services), which I wrote about and has been finding extreme popularity, then of course was Microsoft Exchange integration …

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We’re going to have tablet computers coming out of our ears soon!

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The tablet computer wars are coming…  The awesome little Apple iPad will soon have serious competition from some big names in desktop, laptop and notebook computers…. Cisco, Lenovo, Toshiba, HP and LG, to name a few have either made plans to release pad / tablet computers, or have actually got a product to offer. And that is just the tip …

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iPad app from the Piano Guy helps you learn new songs on piano – I want one for guitar chords, tab & lyrics!

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I have an idea for a great iPad app that would be awesome for fellow musicians…  Imagine having a screen the size of the iPad, with a mount that secures it to a typical mic stand, and allows you to adjust it to a comfortable viewing angle. Now imagine an app that has the chords, tabs and lyrics available for your viewing, …

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SECURE IT ALERT: Apple iPad reportedly still has a vulnerable Safari browser

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The awesome little iPad tablet computer from apple is still vulnerable to the hacks that were reported earlier. According to this article, ‘Once implemented, the hack can reportedly allow hackers to steal someone else’s email identity, reflash network devices with firmware, or trick Safari into doing “pretty much anything on any TCP port and not have any current IDS/IPS in …

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