Computer Hardware Trend Predictions Based on CES International 2015

    Refinement

    If you look at the last few years, you notice a trend in computing focused on making things smaller and lighter. This trend gave us some extremely light laptops, but the cost of this feather-light weight was a decrease in screen size and loss of functionality. Manufacturers didnt have the space to include high-powered processors and external ports. Im happy to say things have changed drastically.

    Although nothing revolutionary, this year well see manufacturers really refine their models. Continue reading Computer Hardware Trend Predictions Based on CES International 2015

Microsoft HoloLens for Everyone? Exploring the Windows 10 Holographic Shell

Microsoft HoloLens for Everyone? Exploring the Windows 10 Holographic Shell

Creating Your Own Personal DVR: Options

      Were going to need a few components to make this work correctly. Assuming you have an old PC or laptop and basic computer network, your total cost shouldnt be more than about $120. Considering the high cost of cable, you should be able to recoup your costs in a month or two. Heres a list of everything youll need:

    1. A PC or laptop running Windows 7 as long as the machine meets the minimum specs for Windows 7 you should be fine.

    2. Continue reading Creating Your Own Personal DVR: Options

Use of a Common Access Card (CAC)

Use of a Common Access Card (CAC)

Use a Common Access Card (CAC) on a Personal Computer running Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux

A Common Access Card (CAC) is a smart card issued by the Department of Defense (DoD) to civilian employees, military personnel, and contractors. These cards, which contain user certificates, help protect data and restrict access by providing two-factor authentication to DoD systems, networks, applications, and websites. Continue reading Use of a Common Access Card (CAC)