The Computer Peeps wanted to find a way to thank the consignment industry for all of the support this year! In the spirit of the upcoming holiday season, The Computer Peeps will be giving away a piece of free consignment hardware or a free service each month for the remainder of the year.
Consignment store owners turn to The Computer Peeps for hardware because they know they can get the exact system they need, without paying through the nose. Your consignment software vendor simply cannot compete with the level of detail we put into our system configurations.
DANGER, Will Robinson! A Zero-Day flaw in Internet Explorer 9 has been discovered and is being actively exploited in the wild. It is recommended that Windows users stop using Internet Explorer 9 immediately and switch to another browser such as Firefox or Chrome.
Can you tell the difference between "Mac Memory" and "PC Memory"?
I'm not certain that's a more comforting response than, "we got h4ck3d!" Some people are calling BS.
Are you looking for a reliable place to purchase used consignment hardware? Well, you've come to the right place!
According to a CNET, GoDaddy was attacked today, causing widespread outages for customers utilizing GoDaddy's web hosting and email services. Websites currently using GoDaddy's web hosting services, are down.
We saw the writing on the wall and opted to fully remove Java from our Monthly Support clients' systems. Looks like we were right on target. According to THN, after Oracle released an emergency patch for the Java flaw that was being exploited earlier this week, a new flaw has been discovered.