How to find your IP address

By Mike | March 24, 2020


In this tutorial, I talk about what an IP address is, and how to find out what your specific IP address is on your computer(s). If you want to know how your can find out the IP address of your computer (Windows, MacOS or Linux), then watch this video.…

Text Replacement Feature

By Mike | March 19, 2020


In this tutorial, I introduce you to the text replacement feature on your iPhone. You may be familiar with this feature, but there is something you may not know and its really handy!…

Backup Your Data

By Mike | March 11, 2020


In this video, I discuss the 3 copies rule and other ways you can protect your data on your computer(s). I highly recommend the 3 copies rule if you want 100% protection of your data. Please comment on how your currently protect your data.…

Block Unknown Callers

By Mike | March 11, 2020


In this video, I explain how you can avoid unwanted spam calls on your iPhone with IOS 13. This can be done easily in your phone settings. I will show you how. I also talk about how you can receive iPhone calls on your other apple devices like your iPod touch, iPad and your iMac or MacBook Pro.…

Chrome Tips

By Mike | March 10, 2020

This tutorial will provide you tips on how to use the chrome web browser. Here are a few tips to make your browsing experience easier.

Password Management

By Mike | February 4, 2020

Are you the type of person that uses the same password for every website you login to?  Sorry to say, but that is one of the many ‘DO NOTS’ when dealing with passwords.  Let’s face it, we need to be more secure with ourinformation, and it starts with you.  We use passwords for social media sites, your banking and credit card accounts, email, documents, and the list goes on and on.  In this post I want to talk about what not to do and the bad habits having to do with password management.

Offsite Backup of your data

By Mike | January 13, 2020

In this post I am going to try to answer a very important question.  How safe is your data?  I’m not talking about how secure your data is from prying eyes, although that is also important, I’m referring to the status of your data in the event of  a disaster like fire, flood, or theft of your computer.  Do you have a backup?

Better yet, do you have an offsite backup?  A basic rule of thumb is to have 3 places where your data is located.