There are some simple steps you can take to convert a Pages file from a Mac user to view and edit on a PC.
As we head into the holidays, here are a few things to consider before you start submitting orders.
For small businesses, the best way to begin your Search Engine Optimization is to start at the local level. Local SEO is not necessarily about getting to the top of Google for a variety of different keywords. When beginning the optimization of your website, the first phase could be seen as building a rapport with Google.
At Louisville Geek, we recommend the 3-2-1 backup rule, which suggests having 3 copies of your data on 2 different media platforms and 1 copy of your data offsite.
For years, many of us have assumed that working from home was as simple as having a reliable laptop, a solid internet connection, and a quiet room to conduct business. Unfortunately, there are many more variables to consider but we’re here to help you with a few tips and tricks to help you master the art of working remotely.
Our Louisville Geek Business Development is always on the hunt for the next great software solution that is feature-rich and doesn’t cost an arm and a leg.
Like many of you, the COVID-19 pandemic has altered the way we do business. “Healthy at Work,” Kentucky’s phased plan to reopen the economy, has left many small businesses confused about the specific actions we all must take to comply with state regulations.
We certainly don’t claim to have all the answers, but have carefully studied the state and local rules and compliance requirements needed to remain open, and have shifted our policies to remain compliant.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to force the majority of us to work from home, we’ve received numerous questions from our customers about what hardware they should be using in their home office, which is why we asked our very own Rob Diehl to put together some recommendations for our readers.
Wi-Fi 6 is the next generation of wireless internet technology that will be available at the end of 2019, according to the Wi-Fi Alliance. Some capable routers and devices are already on the market. However, the final version of the technology is not finalized, and if large changes are made in the coming months there could be some issues with devices purchased now.