Ergotron Products – Great for Microsoft Surface Pro Set Ups

If you’re looking to jazz up your home office with some new gear, this is a post for you. We take a look at combining two highly recognised brands, Ergotron and Microsoft, to come up with a solution that is practical, has a range of motion, high in quality and durable. Our picks for this: […]

Working From Home – How to Effectively Set Up a Home Office

Working from home is becoming increasingly popular especially in this highly technological age. Apart from being convenient, it is also quite economical, totally eliminating time required for travel as well as the associated costs. One of the drawbacks for many people with working from home though is how to switch to office mode, since the […]

Why Inkjet Printers Are a Better Investment than Laser Printers

When deciding to purchase a printer, you want to bear in mind the intended purpose, frequency of use, features and functionality, and affordability. All things considered, you will find that inkjet printers are more economical than laser printers. Let’s look at why. Pros of the Inkjet Printer When it comes to superior colour print quality […]

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The Best Alternative Linux Distro to Ubuntu

Apart from Ubuntu, there are several other Linux Distribution or operating systems to choose from. Among the list are Elementary Os: Loki, CentOS 7 and Parrot Linux. There are more to choose from, but according to most critics, these three are among the best. Elementary Os: Loki Loki is the latest version of the Elementary […]

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An Introduction to IP Surveillance Cameras

For years, the traditional analog closed circuit television (CCTS) camera was the surveillance tool of choices for homes and businesses. These cameras typically broadcast signals to only a single location where property owners could keep an eye on their buildings. Over the past few years, CCTV has slowly fallen out of favour as IP surveillance […]

Crucial Identifies Potential Savings with DRAM and SSDs in Servers

According to Crucial, storage and RAM make up over half the cost of a typical server build. In an environment where everyone is looking for prudent investment decisions, buying a pre-configured, fully spec’d server may not always be the correct strategy. Crucial propose, that in these scenarios, buying a base server and sourcing the RAM […]