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Technically Speaking

Title: Technically Speaking
Subtitle: Tech Q&A with Greg Feutz

 

Encryption. We keep hearing that word. It’s the answer to protecting our precious patient information. HIPAA says we better have it in place. Great! What is it? How do I get some?

WMDDS Raffle Winners!

Congratulations to those who won our raffles at the last event at Meijer Gardens. Thanks to everyone who came by to see us and had a little fun with some frisbee while at it! 

WMDDS Raffle Winners!

Congratulations to those who won our raffles at the last even at Meijer Gardens. Thanks to everyone who came by to see us and tried their hand at the paper airplane challenge. 

Best of Tech 2014

It’s that time of the year again! Cool tech stuff from the year to marvel at, scoff at, or maybe even add to someone’s Christmas list. Some of this stuff isn’t even for sale yet but I hope it will be someday!It’s that time of the year again! Cool tech stuff from the year to marvel at, scoff at, or maybe even add to someone’s Christmas list. Some of this stuff isn’t even for sale yet but I hope it will be someday!

Server 2003 End of Life

ATTENTION! ATTENTION!
Your server may be at risk!

WMDDS Raffle Winners!

Congratulations to those who won our raffles at the last event at Meijer Gardens. Thanks to everyone who came by to see us.

Technically Speaking

The key to happiness!
Well, let’s clarify. If happiness required a multitude of keys, this might be one that plays a really small role. Still, a role nonetheless.Let us talk about the wonderful world of Solid State Drives, or SSDs.  Solid State Drives are a type of storage device, an alternative to traditional hard drives.
Here’s what you really need to know: THEY ARE FAST. REALLY FAST. YOU SHOULD USE THEM.
That’s really all you need to know, but feel free to keep reading to dive a little deeper.

1.2 Billion passwords stolen - Yours and mine?

Yes, probably yours and mine. At least that’s the safe assumption to make.
A Russian hackers group has stolen 1.2 Billion pieces of online credentials including usernames, passwords, and email addresses. Given that large of a number, it’s safe to assume we are among the victims.