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Use A Flash Drive(s) To Back Up Your Data

In Uncategorized on August 21, 2014 by Mike Klubok Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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More Computers Are Not Coming With a Built In CD/DVD Drive

If your backups are on a DVD and you get a new computer without a CD/DVD drive how will you get your data onto your new computer?

I have written in the past about the importance of backing up the data on your computer. Click here.

An article by Casey Morgan @CJwritesbest  shows that flash drives have just as favorable lifespan as CDs and DVDs.  While the cost per GB of a 16GB flash drive (USB 2.0 standard) is about twice the price per GB of a rewritable DVD given current prices at Best Buy you need to keep a few things in mind:

  1. More and more laptop computers do not come with a CD/DVD drive. Both of my sons have laptops that do not have CD/DVD drive.  When needed they ask to borrow my external CD/DVD drive.  
  2. Flash drives are quite a bit smaller than a DVD and very portable.

A new standard for flash drives (aka USB drives) which has been catching on and will eventually be mainstream is USB 3.0.  While the maximum transfer speed of a USB 2.0 per Wikipedia is 60 MB per second, USB 3.0 offers a maximum transfer speed of 625 MB per second. Further if you have a USB 3.0 flash drive it is backwards compatible so you can use it with a USB 2.0 connection. Looking at Best Buy’s prices, the cost of a 32GB 2.0 flash drive is 12.99 vs the cost of a 32 GB 3.0 flash drive being $14.99. On a personal note here don’t despair if your local Best Buy is out of them.  I found that my local Staples will match the Best Buy price if I bring in the page from Best Buy showing their prices. While my local Staples did not have them in stock, Staples did ship my order to me and did not charge me for shipping.  Let me add here that I have not received or been promised payment for mentioning any of the products or websites noted in any way, shape or form.

If you are concerned about your flash drives getting lost, you can store them in dedicated storage case or an envelope.  You can use stick on labels to label them.  My suggestion is to rotate 2 or 3 flash drives when backing up your data. This way if a backup fails, a previous backup would enable to get back part of what you lost due to a hard drive failure.  And if you are not backing up your data, remember that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

If you want to know more about more about backing up your data or other technology issues, I can be contacted at (917) 572-3468 or email me at mike@computerconciergeny.com .

Feel free to join the conversation and post comments and questions on my Facebook page at Computer Concierge NY LLC . There also are tips there to better use your computer, smartphone, iPad and other technology you may have or are thinking of buying.

Computer Concierge NY LLC provides expert computer and technology services in the Queens, NY area. This includes Albertson, Bayside, Bayside Hills, Bay Terrace, Bellerose, College Point, Douglaston, Floral Park,  FlushingForest Hills, Great Neck, Jamaica Estates, Kew Gardens, Kings Point, Lake Success, Manhasset, Mineola, Munsey Park,  New Hyde Park, North Hills, North Shore Towers, Oakland Gardens, Plandome, Rego Park, Roslyn, The Bay Club, Thomaston, University Gardens, Williston Park, Whitestone and Other Areas in the Bayside NY vicinity.  Our web services are provided worldwide.

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Bayside NY and the Internet

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Throgs Neck Bridge

This post could be adopted for almost any city, town, area etc. I live in Bayside,NY and most of my customers also live in Bayside. I have wanted to do a blog post about Bayside, NY for a while. Let me first say that for any of the products, businesses, etc. that I mention, I have not received any compensation or assurances, hints, discounts, etc of compensation as of July 29, 2012 for mentioning the products, businesses, etc in question by anyone.  Bayside, NY is bordered by Douglaston and Little Neck on the east, Flushing, Fresh Meadows and Whitestone on the west, Long Island Sound on the North and Jamaica on the south.  Bayside includes the neighborhoods of Bay Terrace, Bayside Hills, and Oakland Gardens.

When doing a Google search using “Bayside” the band Bayside from Queens is shown on the first page as well as a few Bayside, NY related pages and other terms having Bayside in it. Searching under the term “Bayside NY” yields more related to the area. (Hotels, Bay Terrace Shopping Center, Bayside Historical Society are a few).

The local park is Fort Totten which gets a good amount of visitors for the views offered and the historical buildings. Check their website often as tours, fitness walks, canoeing are just a few of the things offered this summer. There will be other offerings in the fall. http://www.nycgovparks.org/parks/forttotten/

Fort Totten

Bayside, NY also has many restaurants especially along Bell Blvd which is the main street and where most of the businesses are located. Doing a Google search “Bayside Restaurants” brings up a whole bunch of them mainly from Bayside, NY and also other locales such as Bayside Restaurant in Newport Beach, Ca. Change your search to “Bayside NY Restaurants” for a more personalized listing. If you are interested in a particular ethnic cuisine just add that particular ethnic cuisine in your search terms. Note that adding a specific ethnic cuisine will possibly include restaurants outside of Bayside.

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Bayside after the 2011 blizzard.

You can find out more about Bayside by using Facebook. Put “Bayside” in the search tab on top of the page and you get items for more than Bayside, NY including the band Bayside.  Putting “Bayside NY” gives you largely co-op and condo buildings at first, then a few local businesses. Bayside Queens goes a little further. You can request to join a group “Bayside Queens” for starters. You can also search based upon the “Bay Terrace” and “Bayside Hills” sections. Keep in mind that there are likely to be others by those same name. There is a Bay Terrace section of Staten Island and related items will also show up when searching “Bay Terrace”.

Bayside has a prominent shopping center. The Bay Terrace Shopping Center is located in the Bay Terrace section and contains many well known stores and attracts shoppers from Bayside and the surrounding areas. It is a good place to meet for socializing as well as shopping. They also have a page on Facebook as well.
Another good search are the following Wikipedia sites:
  1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bayside,_Queens - Wikipedia article on Bayside.
  2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bay_Terrace,_Queens - Wikipedia article on Bay Terrace section of Bayside.
  3. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Queens_neighborhoods - List of Queens neighborhoods by geographical location.
The Wikipedia entries noted above also provide selected external links that may be of interest.
Bayside after the 2011 blizzard.

Last but not least by going onto Twitter (you do not need to log in) and putting the terms “Bayside NY” or “Bayside Queens” you may just find something of interest.

Throgs Neck Bridge

In all Bayside, NY is a nice area to live in or visit. See some of the pictures I have taken in the area and included. If you are new to or unfamiliar with the area, you can learn more about it by using the internet and social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. If you live in Bayside, NY enjoy what Bayside has to offer.  If you don’t, you will be welcomed with open arms when visiting.

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Forest Hills and the Internet

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You May Remember This Area In Forest Hills From The Movie “Spider Man”

You May Remember This Area In Forest Hills From The Movie “Spider Man”

This post could be adopted for almost any city, town, area etc. I have been many times to Forest Hills, NY and have clients there as well. I have wanted to do a blog post about Forest Hills for a while. Let me first say that for any of the products, businesses, etc. that I mention, I have not received any compensation or assurances, hints, discounts, etc of compensation.  Forest Hills is bordered by Rego Park and Middle Village on the west, Flushing Meadows Park on the North as well as East and Forest Park and Kew Gardens on the south.  Forest Hills includes the neighborhood of Forest Hills Gardens., great neck

When doing a Google search using “Forest Hills” items local to Forest Hills such as Forest Hills in Wikipedia, a neighborhood profile in About.com and Forest Hills HS show up.  Searching under the term “Forest Hills NY” yields largely the same and also a recent article about the trendy new restaurants and bars in Forest Hills. t hills computer, forest hills computer repair

The local parks are Flushing Meadows Park  and Forest Park both of which are on the borders with other areas in Queens. Chick on the links to find out about the offerings of each.

Forest Hills, NY has many restaurants especially along Austin St where many stores are located. Doing a Google search “Forest Hills Restaurants” brings up a whole bunch of them in Forest Hills. Change your search to “Forest Hills NY Restaurants” for another look at Forest Hills restaurants. If you are interested in a particular ethnic cuisine just add that particular ethnic cuisine in your search terms. Note that adding a specific ethnic cuisine will possibly include restaurants outside of Forest Hills.

Another good search are the following Wikipedia sites:

  1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forest_Hills,_Queens- Wikipedia article on Forest Hills.
  2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forest_Hills_Gardens - Wikipedia article on the Forest Hills Gardens section of Forest Hills.
  3. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Queens_neighborhoods - List of Queens neighborhoods by geographical location.

The Wikipedia entries noted above also provide selected external links that may be of interest.
Last but not least by logging onto Twitter and putting the terms “Forest Hills NY” or “Forest Hills Queens” you may just find something of interest.

In all Forest Hills, NY is a nice area to visit and those who live there say it is a nice place to live as well. See some of the pictures I have taken in the area and included. If you are new to or unfamiliar with the area, you can learn more about it by using the internet and social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. If you live in Forest Hills, NY enjoy what Forest Hills has to offer.  If you don’t, you will be welcomed with open arms when visiting like I have been when I go there whether it be to go to a great restaurant or to do a computer repair or computer training in Forest Hills.

If you have additional questions about storing information on the internet, I can be reached at (917) 572-3468 or email me at mike@computerconciergeny.com

My Facebook page provides information on the current goings on in the technology field. There are tips to better use your technology. For timely information, please visit and “Like” my page.

Computer Concierge NY LLC provides expert computer and technology services in the Queens, NY area. This includes Albertson, Bayside, Bayside Hills, Bay Terrace, Bellerose, College Point, Douglaston, Floral Park,  FlushingForest Hills, Great Neck, Jamaica Estates, Kew Gardens, Kings Point, Lake Success, Manhasset, Mineola, Munsey Park,  New Hyde Park, North Hills, North Shore Towers, Oakland Gardens, Plandome, Rego Park, Roslyn, The Bay Club, Thomaston, University Gardens, Williston Park, Whitestone and Other Areas in the Bayside NY vicinity.  Our web services are provided worldwide.

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Keeping In Touch With Your Child Away At College

In Computer Concierge NY LLC, international travel, money saving tips, skype, travel, viber on August 13, 2014 by Mike Klubok Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

 

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You can lower the costs of keeping in touch with your child while they are away at college.

Back in the day when I attended college, keeping in touch with my parents was simple. I had a phone in my dorm room that I called them on or they called me on. We tried not to stay on the phone all that long since we were charged by message units which was related to both distance and time on the phone. I went to college in Manhattan and my parents lived in Massapequa on Long Island. There was also the occasional letter. Those students whose parents lived out of town had a different issue that some of us may recall as long distance charges. Some dorms did not have phones in their rooms but there was a payphone in the hall. That created still another issue of trying to keep the call short since you may not have had much change, collect call charges could be expensive and there may have been a line to use the phone.

Today things are totally different.  Almost all college students have cell phones and there is Skype and iChat for video conferences.  The cell phone provider you use at home may not have a strong signal where your child is at school. Your son or daughter’s college should know which provider(s) work well in their area. It may be more beneficial for your college student to get a cell phone plan of their own with a provider that has good cell phone reception at their school if the current plan has fair to poor service in the area of their college.  Do you or your child have a cellphone plan that limits voice minutes?  Cellphone plans today offer unlimited talk time so this may be the time to switch cell phone plans and perhaps cell phone providers.

If your child is abroad the situation changes. Note that your cellphone plan generally is for domestic use only. You incur roaming charges when used to make calls both abroad and while abroad.  Assuming you do not have an international plan, accessing data and texting while abroad will incur still more additional charges which may be substantial. Your child should consider renting a cellphone from a provider in the US for the country they will be abroad for most of the time they are there. Cellhire, Cellular Abroad and PlanetFone are three companies that provide rentals. This would be used for local calls made there. There is also video chatting. Skype and iChat are the two big ones here.  We’ll keep our discussion to Skype as this works on both PC and Macs. iChat is a proprietary program that only works on Apple products. With Skype you can talk to anyone, anytime, anywhere, any length for free provided you are speaking with someone who is also using Skype. The only charge would be for internet connection fees if any. This is just like at home. Viber is a good app to have on a smartphone. If your child is on a wireless network, they can receive and make calls on Viber to those also on it and will not incur roaming charges or minutes used. They also can text using Viber when on a wireless network for free. Again they must be on a wireless network. I want to emphasize that. Recently my son was in Ecuador and he called me on Viber.  The calls I received on Viber sounded as if he was next door. It was that clear. One other possibility to think about is MagicJack.  For a $60.00 initial investment and a $35.00 annual subscription you can make unlimited calls to the USA and Canada from anywhere in the world where there is an internet connection.  If done right, charges for international calls can be very inexpensive.  One other thing here.  Cell phone plans in the US are starting to offer less expensive options for making and receiving international calls. This is something you should look into if you have a child who is studying abroad.

You will or should be having discussions with your college child about the new experiences they will be having. You also will need to also discuss how you will be communicating with him or her while they are away. Will their college friends be using the same cell phone provider if minutes are limited on the plan your child will be using? If you or your child does not have a cell phone plan with unlimited minutes, you need to address this. If an emergency was to arise how will you get in touch? Keep in mind if there is a natural disaster texting is better for your child reaching you or vice-versa then using the phone.

Regardless of what plan you choose, your student should also bring an Ethernet cable with them.  If your student lives in a dorm where there is an Ethernet connection you and them will be glad particularly if the Ethernet connection is the only way for them to connect to the internet.

All colleges offer students a school email address likely ending in .edu. This should not be used for personal communication. Your child should maintain a personal email account. If you have something you need to discuss with them or vice versa, use their personal email address and make sure that your son or daughter continues to have a personal email address.

If you have additional questions about keeping in touch with your college child or reducing your monthly phone charges I can be reached at (917) 572-3468 or email me at mike@ComputerConciergeNY.com

Feel free to join the conversation and post comments and questions on my Facebook page at Computer Concierge NY LLC . There also are tips there to better use your computer, smartphone, iPad and other technology you may have or are thinking of buying.

 

 

Computer Concierge NY LLC provides expert computer and technology services in the Queens, NY area. This includes Albertson, Bayside, Bayside Hills, Bay Terrace, Bellerose, College Point, Douglaston, Floral Park,  FlushingForest Hills, Great Neck, Jamaica Estates, Kew Gardens, Kings Point, Lake Success, Manhasset, Mineola, Munsey Park,  New Hyde Park, North Hills, North Shore Towers, Oakland Gardens, Plandome, Rego Park, Roslyn, The Bay Club, Thomaston, University Gardens, Williston Park, Whitestone and Other Areas in the Bayside NY vicinity.  Our web services are provided worldwide.

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His LinkedIn Profile Put Him At Risk. Be Careful Of What YOU Put On It

In 11375, Computer Concierge NY LLC, computer training forest hills, computer training queens on August 6, 2014 by Mike Klubok Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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Take A Safe Approach To What You Post on the Internet.

The other day I was looking at a LinkedIn profile of a client of mine in the 11375 area of Forest Hills NY.  What I saw had me concerned.  He attached his resume to his LinkedIn profile in the summary section.  I won’t discuss whether or not you should put a resume in your LinkedIn profile.  What I will mention is that included in the resume attachment was a copy of his driver’s license and passport. Two things that prove you are you and someone who is trying to steal your identity would find very helpful. I immediately sent him an email mentioning this and he sent me one thanking me telling me that he had removed it.

I want to say here that in no way, shape or form is this the fault of LinkedIn. While there is nothing that is 100% secure, LinkedIn has very good security.  This is the fault of the person who voluntarily put this information out there.

His attachment was very concerning.  It was such that anyone with a LinkedIn account, not just his LinkedIn connections could access this information. These things alone or with other information would be welcomed in the hands of an identity theft. A few years ago, a friend of mine before leaving for New Orleans posted that he would be in Pat O’Brien’s in New Orleans that evening.  I saw it and immediately suggested he remove it before leaving for the airport. It would be a dead giveaway that his home was available to be robbed. Plus they didn’t have to rush it.

I and others have noted how you need to be careful of what you put out on social media sites because a rant about your boss may be seen by him or her, you are telling people that you are not home and various other reasons.  In the LinkedIn profile I mentioned, your identity may be robbed.

You probably have heard it 1000s of times and this will be just another time.  Be careful of what you put out there on the internet whether it be LinkedIn, Facebook or any other site.  Your security, job and identity among other things may depend on it.

 

If you have additional questions about adding references to your LinkedIn account, other LinkedIn questions or other computer problems, I can be reached at (917) 572-3468 or email me at mike@computerconciergeny.com

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How Everyone Can See Your LinkedIn References

In bayside computer, bayside computer repair, bayside ny, bayside ny computer, bayside ny computer repair, computer, Computer Concierge NY LLC, computer for senior, computer help, computer repair, computer skills, forest hills, forest hills computer, forest hills computer training, forest hills ny, forest hills queens, linked in, LinkedIn, LinkedIn profile, LinkedIn references, queens computer repair, queens computer training, queens ny, queens ny computer, queens ny computer repair, queens ny computer training, queens ny repair, queens ny training, references, snag a job, social media, www.linkedin.com on April 10, 2014 by Mike Klubok Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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You’re interviewing for a job or you want to get new business for your business. References can determine whether you get that job and references can be a great way to get more business. If you are on LinkedIn (if you have your own business or are looking for a job you should be), customers, current and former co-workers can provide a recommendation that shows on your LinkedIn profile.  That is the good news.  The not so good news is that those references can only be seen by your 1st and 2nd degree connections as well as those people who belong to the same Groups as you do.

So what can you do?  Short of trying to connect with anyone and everyone, what I did is to take a screen shot of my LinkedIn recommendations using the Snipping Tool software that comes with your PC assuming it has a Windows Vista or later operating system.  If you have a Mac or an operating system prior to Windows Vista, there is free software to capture what is on your screen that you can download to your computer for this. After capturing and saving the necessary pages I then merged the pages into a .pdf file.  I then went to edit my LinkedIn profile.  To the right of “Summary” section is an icon that looks like a box with a + sign. Click  on the down arrow next to it. You will see an option to “Upload File”. Select “Upload File” and select the file to be uploaded.  Once it is uploaded everyone who views your profile can see your references at the end of the “Summary” section.

The beauty of this is that you are not limited to LinkedIn references. If you are logged into LinkedIn you can see that included in my LinkedIn profile are my reviews on Yelp, and a letter of appreciation for a presentation I made locally.  You can include reference letters from former colleagues who are not on LinkedIn and other letters of appreciation. This is truly a good way for your references to be seen by all.  In an age where employees are looking for someone with technological savvy this could impress a potential employer as well.

If you have additional questions about adding references to your LinkedIn account, other LinkedIn questions or other computer problems, I can be reached at (917) 572-3468 or email me at mike@computerconciergeny.com

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Computer Concierge NY LLC provides expert computer and technology services in the QueensNY area. This includes Albertson, Bayside, Bayside Hills, Bay Terrace, Bellerose, College Point, Douglaston, Floral Park, FlushingForest HillsGreat Neck, Jamaica Estates, Kew Gardens, Kings Point, Lake Success, Little Neck,

Manhasset, Mineola, Munsey Park,  New Hyde Park, North Hills, North Shore Towers, Oakland Gardens, Plandome, Rego Park, Roslyn, The Bay Club, Thomaston, University Gardens, Williston Park, Whitestone and Other Areas in the Bayside NY vicinity.  Our web services are provided worldwide.

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The Heartbleed Bug – What You Need to Know

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The Heartbleed Bug Should Not Be Taken Lightly

 

The Heartbleed Bug is a serious issue which puts your personal data and passwords at risk of being exposed. It has been on the morning news as well as on the internet.  Hackers can obtain user names, credit card information, passwords and other sensitive information.  Click on the link in the 1st sentence to learn whether or not your passwords need to be changed.  Note that this is subject to change as more information becomes known.  If you need to change your password(s) I suggest you do so ASAP. You should use a secure password if you are not already doing so.  Click on link to learn more about using a secure password.  Keep in mind you also will need to change your passwords on your mobile devices as well to your new password.  I also suggest that for the sites that allow you to do so, use 2-Factor authentication.  I know these things can be a pain especially 2-Factor authentication but as the saying goes, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”  One other thing and this is VERY IMPORTANT.  If you receive an email to change your password and there is a link to do so, do not and I will repeat that again for emphasis.  DO NOT click on the link to change it.  It very well could be someone phishing for information in an attempt to obtain your password.  Go to the website by typing the site in the address bar of your browser.  Then change the password.

By taking precautions, you can reduce the chances of you being exposed.

If you have additional questions about being secure online or other computer problems, I can be reached at (917) 572-3468 or email me at mike@computerconciergeny.com

My Facebook page provides information on the current goings on in the technology field. There are tips to better use your technology. For timely information, please visit and “Like” my page.

Computer Concierge NY LLC provides expert computer and technology services in the QueensNY area. This includes Albertson, Bayside, Bayside Hills, Bay Terrace, Bellerose, College Point, Douglaston, Floral Park, FlushingForest HillsGreat Neck, Jamaica Estates, Kew Gardens, Kings Point, Lake Success, Little Neck,

Manhasset, Mineola, Munsey Park,  New Hyde Park, North Hills, North Shore Towers, Oakland Gardens, Plandome, Rego Park, Roslyn, The Bay Club, Thomaston, University Gardens, Williston Park, Whitestone and Other Areas in the Bayside NY vicinity.  Our web services are provided worldwide.

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