Posts by Greg Bussmann
[Expired] It’s back: HP Trade In and Save Printer Promotion for fall 2012
The HP Trade In and Save printer trade in program is back. Now through October 15, 2012 you can get up to $150 back when you trade in an old printer for a new HP model. And up to $75 more if you trade in a non-HP printer. Click through for all the details.
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1 in 4 printers vulnerable to hacking
Maybe it is because a lot of us are changing the way we think about and use our printers, or maybe it is because the issue is still not being widely reported on, but the fact is printers are a fertile new territory for malware and most people are not taking steps to protect themselves.
What is a NAS?
Network Attached Storage, or NAS devices, have been around for a while, but they are getting more popular, not to mention more advanced, all the time. The devices can be perfect for the small company that wants fast access to files, easy backups, and all their data stored in a central location.
The 10 Best Technology Posts of the Week [That We Didn't Write]
The weekend is here, so it’s a good time to relax and catch up on some reading, right? In that spirit, allow me to present the Weekend Ten post for 07/27/2012 — it’s a weekly list of 10 interesting stories or new product announcements from the IT world that we enjoyed, but didn’t get a chance to mention during the previous week. Click through to see this week’s list.
What it takes to provide IT to the Olympics
Cisco has provided 2,200 network switches, 16,000 IP phones, and 80,000 access points to allow results from the London Olympics to be instantly beamed all around the world.
Microsoft .Net conference is coming to St. Louis next week
A conference for users of Microsoft’s .Net Framework is being held in St. Louis on August 2-4, in what’s shaping up to be a busy week of national IT conferences being held right here in our home town.
The 10 Best IT Posts of the Week [That We Didn't Write]
The weekend is here, so it’s a good time to relax and catch up on some reading, right? In that spirit, allow me to present the Weekend Ten post for 07/20/2012 — it’s a weekly list of 10 interesting stories or new product announcements from the IT world that we enjoyed, but didn’t get a chance to mention during the previous week. Click through to see this week’s list.
[Expired] Even more rewards from HP: Get a $15 gift card when you buy 2 toners
For a limited time, HP is offering you a $15 gift card to the merchant of your choice when you buy two of the same toner cartridges. This is on top of all the other 3rd quarter HP rebates we already told you about. Read on for all the details.
Here’s an easy way to determine a printer’s total cost of ownership
When looking for a new printer, there is more to consider than just the cost of the printer. Here’s an easy to copy Excel template for calculating any printer’s total cost of ownership.
Microsoft Office 2013 Overview: It’s pretty good, but licensing may be an issue
Microsoft unveiled the new version of their productivity suite, Office 2013, this week, and we have compiled a recap of the response – as well as concern over the headaches it may cause BYOD enterprises.
What accidentally blowing up 7000 fireworks at once can teach us about data security
You probably, in some way, use The Cloud every day. You will probably continue to use it more and more as time marches on. Your company may even be using the cloud for their data or business applications. If they are, no doubt someone has thought through the security and backup ramifications of hosting your critical data on someone else’s servers. I would bet, though, that you haven’t given much thought to the stability (not to mention interoperability) of the networks upon networks of interconnected apps and code that must work seamlessly together to bring the cloud to your monitor every day. I know I hadn’t…