Entries by Ronson Chin

Saving Time And Effort For IT Support With ShareX

There are numerous IT technologies, such as TeamViewer that have made IT support significantly easier. However the majority of these technologies require IT knowledge or training to use, thus leaving clients entirely dependent on technicians. In the light of this we would like to share with you ShareX, a tool that will help you and your […]

Troubleshooting Email With Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer

Email is a widely used and very effective communication tool. For businesses that rely on email, any email connectivity issues can be very troublesome as they are then unable to communicate with their customers and/or suppliers. And for IT Administrators, it could be a tough task to pinpoint the cause of the problem remotely. Sometimes, […]

So you want to buy a server.

So, уоur business іѕ growing adequate еnоugh thаt уоu wаnt уоur fіrѕt server. Congratulations! Acquiring а server іѕ а major decision, ѕо ѕоmе trepidation іѕ understandable. Thе guide wіll explain thе fundamental principles whеn іt соmеѕ tо technology, hеlр уоu decide whісh class оf server wіll bеѕt suit уоur needs, аnd give уоu ѕоmе ballpark […]

Is anti-virus software obsolete? A commentary.

“Success is not measured by what you accomplish, but by the opposition you have encountered, and the courage with which you have maintained the struggle against overwhelming odds.” – Orison Swett Marden Commenting on this article “Is anti-virus software obsolete?” If you only have an old pistol in your hand and do not have any machine […]

Countries with Most Malware in 2013

Microsoft released this article that reveals data about Countries and Regions with most malwares in 2013. However data collected for this article is by computer systems running Microsoft Security Essentials or Windows Defender thus only accurate for the affected platforms . Only useful for a general view on malware spread. It is very surprising about the growth of Malware attack in recent […]

Microsoft Word Users: Watch Out For RTF Files

If you get an RTF file from someone in your email, don’t open it. Don’t even glance. That was part of a warning from Microsoft recently to users of supported versions of Microsoft Word. The company says that hackers have found a vulnerability in the system. Opening RTF documents (short for Rich Text Format) – […]

“When the buying stops, the killing can too.”

As some of you may have read in the New Straits Times 6 October 2013, Malaysia is ranked as the second most expensive place to buy a car in the world, right behind Singapore, in an article, The 10 Most Expensive Places To Buy A Car, on the popular car news portal, Jalopnik, recently. Read […]