Don’t forget to sign up to win our security camera giveaway #greenville

Only a few days left until we giveaway the Wireless IP / Network Security Camera so be sure to get signed up to win….. ¬†Visit this URL for more information or hit the “follow me” link over on the right hand side of this page. Next month, we will probably give away some awesome Trend Micro Anti-Virus product!!!!! Thanks for …

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Need computer repair in Greenville, Easley, Anderson, Spartanburg? #greenville

Sure Homeland Secure IT is based in Greenville, SC, but we service the entire UPSTATE of SC. Our service area includes: Greenville, Easley, Anderson, Simpsonville, Duncan, Greer, Taylors, Travelers Rest, Spartanburg, Piedmont, Pendleton, Clemson, Pelzer, Six Mile, The Cliffs area, Fountain Inn, Welcome community, Seneca, and the entire Upstate of South Carolina. If you require computer repair, service or support …

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iPad and tablet computers finding their way into business

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 …

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

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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Wireless WiFi IP Network Surveillance Camera Giveaway! #Greenville #Upstate

I present to you: July’s freaky fun thing from Homeland Secure IT… We are going to give away a cool color WiFi IP surveillance camera! These network security cameras are pretty nifty! They feature wireless 802.11b/g connectivity, or wired CAT-5 to your network, as well as full color via a 1/4″ CMOS sensor, with 640×480 resolution at 30fps (full motion). …