Contact us today!
(732) 291-5938
facebook twitter linkedin The Connection, Inc RSS Feed

The Connection, Inc Blog

The Connection, Inc has been serving the Hazlet area since 1992, providing IT Support such as technical helpdesk support, computer support, and consulting to small and medium-sized businesses.
January, 2015
Switch to calendar view

Free Consultation

Sign up today for a
FREE Network Consultation

How secure is your IT infrastructure?
Let us evaluate it for free!

Sign up Now!


Tag Cloud

Address Procurement Social Staffing Cybercrime Retail G Suite Browser Managed Service Computers Network Congestion Virtual Desktop Information Technology Two-factor Authentication Cloud Hiring/Firing Personal Information Black Market Connectivity Saving Money VPN Help Desk Consultation Alerts Dark Data Money Apple Star Wars Social Networking Cables Hard Drive Data Backup Mouse Tech Terms Redundancy Data storage Bring Your Own Device Google Drive Mobile Security Digital Payment Vulnerability Wireless Technology Writing Malware User Error Employee-Employer Relationship Augmented Reality LiFi Techology Software CCTV Managed IT Nanotechnology Processors Risk Management Sync Website Presentation Big Data Meetings Managing Stress Android Email Remote Monitoring and Management IT Services Recycling Error Motion Sickness Managed Services Provider Technology Tips Buisness Budget Efficiency Spam Vulnerabilities Business Intelligence Vendor Management Cortana Hackers Utility Computing Saving Time Social Engineering Software Tips WPA3 Downtime Networking Business Technology Laws Cookies Motherboard VoIP Conferencing GPS Quick Tips Legal Entrepreneur IT Support Cache Google Calendar Financial Managed IT Service Security Cameras Troubleshooting Automation Administrator Social Media Emoji Bandwidth Piracy Running Cable Apps Specifications Public Cloud Disaster eWaste File Sharing Taxes Update Identities Disaster Resistance Managed IT services Gadget Microsoft Programming Unified Communications Microsoft Office Mirgation Remote Workers Software as a Service Touchscreen Mobile Data Language Application Mobile Device Managment Tech Support Bookmarks Botnet Undo Electronic Health Records Server Data loss Best Practice Applications communications Hotspot Backup Firefox Chromebook Work/Life Balance Automobile Sports Break Fix Relocation Robot Tablet User Tips Co-managed IT Health Politics Theft Storage Internet of Things Disaster Recovery Remote Monitoring Monitoring Healthcare Unsupported Software Hacking Privacy Hard Drives Cybersecurity Hardware Unified Threat Management Analytics Marketing Upgrades IP Address Halloween Patch Management Encryption Miscellaneous Human Error Company Culture App Network Security Computing Read Only Infrastructure User Cloud Computing How To Hacker Business Owner Employer-Employee Relationship How To Comparison Information Printing Flexibility Typing Asset Tracking Features Outlook Office 365 Data Management Web Server Workplace Tips Best Practices RMM Fraud Licensing Analyitcs E-Commerce Compliance Law Enforcement CIO WannaCry Server Management IT Budget IT Consulting Recovery Test Favorites WiFi Documents Smart Technology Staff Business Technology Wi-Fi Digital Signature Data Recovery Fleet Tracking Business Growth Word Scary Stories Current Events Proactive IT Virtual Private Network Holiday Digital IT Management Productivity Environment Modem Websites Content Filtering Password Wireless Safety HIPAA Artificial Intelligence Business Computing Identity Deep Learning Innovation Display Google Maps Gadgets Access Control Tip of the week Authorization IT Consultant Lithium-ion Battery Customer Relationship Management Training Knowledge Hacks Communication Virtualization Migration Blockchain Superfish Business Management Management Assessment Proactive IT solutions Crowdsourcing Unified Threat Management Employees Time Management Business Continuity Mail Merge Supercomputer Shortcut Google Wallet Fun Competition 3D Printing Mobile Distributed Denial of Service IT service Tracking PDF Mobile Device Printer Enterprise Content Management Lenovo Project Management Geography Bluetooth Notifications Instant Messaging Humor Regulations Black Friday Consulting Virtual Reality Solid State Drive Productivity Cyberattacks Alt Codes Domains Statistics Phishing Cryptocurrency Paperless Office Users Wires Save Time SharePoint Monitors Mobile Devices Mobile Office Tip of the Week BDR Development Corporate Profile Ransomware Phone System Going Green IT Support Office BYOD Maintenance Drones Authentication Zero-Day Threat Settings OneNote USB Education Permissions Twitter Windows 8 Antivirus Computer Repair Servers Bitcoin Cooperation Samsung Outsourced IT Travel Virus Consumers PowerPoint 5G Google Security Cameras Managed Service Provider Search Customer Service Internet Exlporer Firewall Net Neutrality Document Management Microsoft Excel iPhone End of Support High-Speed Internet Managed IT Services Network Finance Facebook IBM Multi-Factor Security Google Docs Trending Computing Infrastructure Smart Tech Identity Theft Spyware Public Speaking Experience Machine Learning Enterprise Resource Planning MSP Gmail Cost Management Uninterrupted Power Supply Point of Sale SaaS Computer Care Windows 10 Cabling Permission Cyber Monday Office Tips YouTube Backup and Disaster Recovery Collaboration Data Breach Data Security VoIP Refrigeration Smartphones Dark Web Physical Security Internet Computer Downloads Operations Router Hosted Solution Data Chrome Telephone Systems Scam IT Technicians Remote Worker Intranet Government Laptop Backups IoT Wearable Technology Small Business Operating System Save Money Webcam Tech Term Hosted Solutions Alert The Internet of Things Remote Computing Smartphone Mobile Device Management Hard Disk Drive Data Warehousing Administration Telephony History Mobility Mobile Computing Cleaning Screen Reader Heating/Cooling Passwords Electronic Medical Records Private Cloud ROI Technology Chatbots Windows 10 Legislation Avoiding Downtime Files Network Management Upgrade Windows

Top Blog

Don't be Afraid to Replace Got an older PC that's causing you a lot of issues? Older technology is typically more expensive to run, and after a while, it's cheaper to simply buy a new desktop than it is to continue pouring money into something that always seems broken. It's a great time to buy wo...