•What are the parts that make up my computer? Whether you want to buy your next computer, or simply want to understand and make the most of what you already have, we will walk through what all those acronyms and funny words mean to make the best choices.
•What is this think they call "The Cloud"? Behind this buzzword is a lot of power to the consumer and business. We will break it down and find out what it really can do for us.
•How can I effectively work with my email? Love it or hate it, email is a reality today. Learn how to manage it more efficiently and take advantage of all it has to offer.
•How can I protect my data from disaster? We hear the horror stories but still think it will not happen to us. Learn how to protect your data from loss by theft or disaster, protecting your precious memories for years to come.
•What do I need to do to protect my identity? With the rise in social media, our identities (and credit) have an ever-growing bullseye on them. We will discuss many steps you can take to avoid being a victim.
"I Turned IT On...Now What?" will demonstrate to the "normal" user how to understand and benefit from using the technology tools available today. By using analogies and light humor, the author will guide you through many common issues we face daily when working with our digital companions.
Our goal is to help you gain control over your technology in ways many only thought available to large corporations or those speaking "advanced nerd". Being a part of the techie generation should not have to cost you the proverbial arm and leg. By advancing your understanding of the tools and techniques available, you can reduce your frustration and enhance your productivity. After all, what good is all this technology if you cannot use it to work for you?
While designed with the computer novice in mind, even the computer geeks in the audience can learn from the items presented. Though geared toward the Windows user, Apple and Linux fans will find the information extremely valuable, as the principles and practices discussed affect all users of all operating systems.
Technology should be a tool and not a task.
...all presented in a way even the author's Mother-In-Law can understand!
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About the Author
As Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and owner of TechKnolutions, LLC, Cutrer has more than 20 years in the information technology (IT) field. TechKnolutions, LLC, provides networking, security auditing, system repair, and technology consulting along with Continuing Professional Education (CPE) courses to professionals across the nation.
A speaker at numerous conferences on the effective implementation and utilization of technology, he is also the co-host of the weekly "Everyday Tech" show on MS Public Broadcasting (www.mpbonline.org). He utilizes his enthusiasm and understanding to inspire and educate, executing diverse methods to provide a "real-world" view of the digital age.
In writing "Don't Throw IT, Get to Know IT", Wiltz explains technical matters for the non-technical mind, bringing his successful classroom manner to the reader. Using analogies and humor, he explains things such as computer security, wireless networking, Internet safety, and computer repair in a way even his mother-in-law can understand. And to those curious, the follow-up, "I Turned IT on...Now What?" is in development!
Married to Kristen, they have two children (Wiltz III and Izabella), and proudly call Flowood, Mississippi home.