At the end of July, I spent a few days in the Philippines… aka the asian Mexico. We arrived pretty late on a Sunday night and checked into our Airbnb apartment. After dropping everything off, we walked on over to a 7/11 store to pick up something to eat. I opted for the “local” food […]
We have so many delicious food to enjoy, and sorry for your experience of food poisoning. I grew up in Manila, Philippines and I can eat any street food or in turo-turo (fast food) back in the days without any health issue. I guess my body and immune system were strong enough to adapt. Now going back to Manila, Philippines again and again for family vacation will be a different story but for sure … I will enjoy the experience outside of the city.
Microsoft silently rolled out OneDrive for Business Next Generation Sync Client for Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8 and Windows 7. I said silent roll out because I missed this some how. I’ve learned about it when some of my users started having sync problem using their files on OneDrive or SharePoint.
By the way just a friendly reminder, the free upgrade to Windows 10 is until July 29, 2016. There is no reason not to upgrade to Windows 10.
Things to check first …
If you’re using Windows 10 or Office 2016, you probably have OneDrive client on your workstation. You can skip to Step 2 below.
If you’re managing Windows Servers 2012 R2 and having issue running the Automatic Windows Update continue reading it might help you and save you time searching for a solution.
I check my servers every week to make sure all security updates is applied to keep my servers protected against malicious users. Wham! the windows automatic updates are not working and an error occurred showing Error Code 8024402C as depicted below.
Here’s the list of Top 100 most expensive three NNN .com and LLL .com domain names of all time as of June 26, 2016. The highest is 360.com sold for $17 million last February 2015 and the lowest to this batch is tie.com for $125,000.00 last July 2015. The 360.com is a live site and it is own by Beijing qihoo Technology Co,.Ltd, while tie.com is not resolving own by Hangzhou Xiaomai Financial Information Service Co., Ltd.
The chinese love short domain names to brand their business product and/or services.
Many early entrepreneurs and business owners don’t know the value of a three letter .CO domain names. So to save you time, I’ve done the research for you. I hope this will help you guide your next purchase of three letter .CO domain extension. The highest sold for $70,000 for FUN.CO June 2015 through Domain Market and the lowest is YAO.CO for $2,300 via Sedo Auction.
If you’re online most of the time, stop what you are doing right now and update your account information. Visit your favorite social media networks and update your password. If you’re using one of these password listed below, change it now before you lose control.