Adam W. Metzler

It’s a Trap!

It has been just over three months since my last post and it has been a long three months. January through mid-March is extremely busy due to pep band, tournament, and coaching volleyball. I have a number of posts laid out over the next few months so I promise if you check back on a

Adam W. Metzler

Anti-Virus Not Needed

This post is only intended for the general home user, not meant for those managing servers or protecting a ton of private information that would be much more open to attack. The general computer user does not need to purchase or use any additional anti-virus or malware protection software. The built-in software that Windows and

Adam W. Metzler

So Many WiFi Options in the Home

The day of being able to go out and buy a $40 wireless router from Walmart is over. Over the past year, there have been multiple security breaches on a multitude of wireless routers so you might be asking yourself what is the best options out there. As a techie, I initially matched the setup

Adam W. Metzler

It’s Just a Tool

Technology¬†is just a tool! I have overheard or been a part of many conversations with teachers, parents, and community members where the statement has been made that they don’t like technology and think it is doing more damage than good on the up and coming generation of kids. A considerable part of my job is

Adam W. Metzler

Too Many Accessories to Choose From!

If you go to Amazon and just search for a USB cable or other accessory for your phone or tablet thousands of options will show up. It can be very difficult to find the right cable or accessory and the wrong one can actually severely damage your device. Amazon is pretty good about making sure

Adam W. Metzler

Why Apple?

I am going to preface this post with this is my opinion based on my experiences. When it comes to technology you will find many different opinions, it’s about find the right tools for the jobs you need to do and this is what works for me and many others I work with day in