Recently I had to sign up for yet another account online, something most of us do dozens of times a year. I was shown the below animation as I chose my password and thought the feedback was excellent from a user standpoint. You want your password to be good, because you want to be happy! You, (or at least I) am happy when my information is secure and I don’t have to worry about something happening to my account and someone accessing my private and valuable information.
So how do you make &ldquo...
What do a kitchen mixer and a robot vacuum cleaner have to do with making good decisions for your business? Find out , along with a few of our favorite gadgets for around the house in our latest article “Our Favorite Gadgets, Our Favorite Business lessons”.
We all have friends as tech geeks, those people who talk to us in syllables and consonants and expect us to be as smart as us when it comes to understanding our computers and tablets. Well I am one and as a parent of a three year old, I often spend time wondering how to raise my daughter so that she’s positioned for a bright, happy and financially stable future. I thought back on how I was raised and what my mother did right to get me where I am today. I wondered what events made the biggest impact on this direction and passion and I am sure that most parents today have these same thoughts. So I decided to ask my coworkers what led them down their own path to working at Nutmeg Consulting, a leader of IT solutions in Connecticut.
What I noticed...
Continuing a tradition of supporting groups that advance technology education, Nutmeg Consulting is proud to lend its support to the Philadelphia based Maker Space, The Hacktory. We recently made a donation of a check and a new Jigsaw for the woodshop to support this fantastic organization as it settles into its brand new location.
If you have never heard of the term before, The Hacktory provides what is known as a “Maker Space”. What is a ...
Just replace the modem they said… (Computer Horror Stories: Part 4)
One of our clients had a problem with a leading network supplier. When they notified the vendor that they had a problem they were told that a modem needed replacement. They were paying for 26mbps speed but the modem issue had reduced that to 1 mbps. As you can imagine everything was grinding to a halt!
Chris and I had the opportunity to participate in an online "blab" forum this week, the topic was "Internet Security - Are You as Safe As You Think?" , hosted by Small Business USA. The live format was really cool, with
Check out the recorded feed by clicking the link below and let us know if you find this useful, entertaining, boring - we'd love to learn what other topics you'd be interested in!
This past month celebrated the 46th anniversary of Monty Python and for those of you too young to remember one of the most brilliant and classic British comedy shows of all time I apologize. The co-founder of the show John Cleese, once did a comedy sketch where he was a salesperson demonstrating a copier. For some reason he couldn’t get it to work so he called his technical guy who immediately appeared (great customer support) and plugged it in! That was a skit. This really happened...
Recently a friend and business colleague of mine went to his place in Vermont for a week. While he was up there working on his home PC he was being redirected to other sites without his permission. Also out of the blue, advertisements started appearing randomly on the right of his screen and then it happened…THE BIG RED SCREEN OF DEATH! He hastily read it and it said that Microsoft had detected that he had been hacked and to call the number on the screen immediately. (I have to disclose he is a friend not a Nutmeg...
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