Loving Technology Every Day
When was the last time you really took hold of a powerful piece of technology and made it your own? Although it might seem like a simple thing to do, being in charge of technology and being able to use it for good is definitely a learned skill. I started thinking about what pieces of technology could make my life better, and before I knew it, I had completely changed a few things in my life for good. Now, I like to spread the word about cool technologies that have made a difference. Check out this fun blog for great tips.
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Security systems are often targeted toward homeowners. Just because you rent doesn't mean that you don't care about home security, though. If you're a renter who is interested in installing a security system, consider these tips.
1. Get Permission from Your Landlord
First and foremost, you're going to want to make sure that you talk to your landlord before you install a home security system in your rental. You might be required to by your lease, and you don't want to violate your lease or upset your landlord.
Installing a security system in the home is one of the best ways to ensure that you and your family are as safe as possible within your home. Listed below are just two of the many reasons to install a security system in your home.
The System Can Lower Your Home Insurance Costs
One of the primary reasons to install a security system in your home is that the system can lower your home insurance costs, which is extremely beneficial when you consider that home insurance premiums can often be quite high, particularly if you live in an area that has a fairly high crime rate.
Cloud computing continues to evolve from the basic email storage lockers and file sharing websites of the 90's and early 2000's to a nearly seamless experience. There are many parts of your business that could benefit from cloud storage over your own local storage options, and a few cloud computing concepts can help you figure out how.
Cloud Storage Basics
The most basic part of cloud computing is file storage. It's no different from past concepts of uploading information to an online storage bank, but with many lessons learned and much higher capacity levels per tier of service.