Our Computer Guide: getting the best out of your computer

The best ways to protect your laptop

Protecting your laptop is vital if you want it to continue looking as good as new and so it lasts as long as possible. However, the majority of us will know this, but not many know the best ways to protect our beloved devices.

1.      Purchase yourself a laptop/MacBook case

A case will protect the exterior from any damage such as scratches and dents. If you drop something on the case or hit it against something, your MacBook case will be able to take the full force of it on, leaving your device to be unharmed.

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What are the security benefits of cloud computing?

 Cloud computing offers some serious advantages to modern business owners. Not only does it free up space in your office, but it also allows much better security. In this short post, we’re going to relay some information that should help to set the record straight. Find out more.

Reduced vulnerability to hacking

All business owners are under a constant threat from hackers who want to steal their information. While it is possible for hackers to break into cloud storage solutions, it doesn’t happen very often. That is thanks to advanced encryption that makes it very difficult for them.

Reduced vulnerability to disasters

You might think it’s unlikely that your office will suffer fires or floods, but it does happen from time to time. For that reason, the plus points of cloud storage should be obvious. While your equipment might be ruined, all your files and documents will remain available.

Reduced vulnerability to data loss

At some point, it’s almost certain that a member of your team will lose a memory stick or even their laptop. If that happens, you could be in serious trouble, especially if the device contained important documents.

Thankfully, you’ll never lose anything if it’s all stored in the cloud. All you will have to do is change your passwords.

Read More: Why Move To The Cloud? 10 Benefits Of Cloud Computing