ASUS ROG G20CB Re-introduces A Powerhouse Small-Form Factor Specs for Gaming Desktop

ASUS ROG G20CB

Republic Of Gamers – Asus ROG G20CB is Armed for Victory

ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) re-introduces its most compact and powerful gaming desktop yet – the ROG G20CB that aims to meet the needs of hard-core and casual gamers. 

ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) today re-announced the availability of its strongest small-form factor gaming desktop – the G20CB which features NVIDIA GeForce Pascal edition which delivers up to three times (3X) the performance of previous-generation NVIDIA graphics cards. ROG G20CB features a small-form-factor 9.5-liter chassis and is designed for gamers looking for incredibly-realistic visuals and immersive VR gaming experiences.

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10 Essential Elements for the Perfect Project Plan – by Wrike project management tools

According to Benjamin Franklin (one the founding father of United State), “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” in other words if we failed to plan a task, we are more of planing our task to fail. Poor planning of projects or task may really lead to bad results.  It is really very important to have a concrete plan before executing your projects, because planning will help us lessen risk and will give us a faster track/direction to your goals.

Below is an infographic brought to you by Wrike task management tool regarding essential element of project planning.

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How to Achieve Perfect Android Security

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Hi Everyone, I’m very fortunate to have as guest blogger for Qlick Tech Blog – Ms. Faith MacAnas of securethoughts.com. She will be tackling  insights on how to achieve perfect android security. Very interesting right? So here she is… Take it away Faith!

How to Achieve Perfect Android Security

Compared to iOS, Android gets a bad rap when it comes to security. It’s no surprise either: Google allows much more freedom in their operating system, a departure from the very controlled, proprietary method behind Apple’s design.

With that freedom comes many benefits. Android users can customize their experience to a much greater degree. They can also wind up in some real trouble; hackers and malware present a major threat to Android users.

But there are things we can do to make our devices much more protected. By utilizing the right apps, learning safe habits and gaining an overall better understanding of the Android platform, it’s possible to form nearly perfect security against the vast number of current threats.

Here’s where you should start.

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Join the PlayStation 4 Pro Giveaway

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Hi Everyone! I’m co-hosting a PLAYSTATION 4 PRO GIVEAWAY from our friends in the P50 Blogger Alliance. These are Justin Geronimo of Dragon Blogger Technology and JP Habaradas of JaypeeOnline. This is a very exciting early Christmas Gadget Give Away from the two guys. What you need to do is… You simply just follow the steps below … Read more

Good News! Samsung Galaxy Note7 Exchange Program Announcement

Samsung PH urges user to exchange the Samsung Galaxy Note7 with Samsung Galaxy S7 edge

Last October 12, 2016, Samsung Philippines recommends users of the Samsung Galaxy Note7 to returned their phones both the replacement and the original units, and contact their place of purchase to exchange it to a Galaxy S7 Edge or request for a 100% refund of your purchased Note7.samsung-galaxy-note7-refund-program

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How to Configure Email on Android Phones or Tablets

Configuring your Email for Android Devices:

If you want to know How to Configure Email Client for your Android Devices, simply follow the easy steps below.

Before we start, make sure you have the following handy:

  1. Domain name: qlickcafe.com [use your domain name]
  2. Email address: jhongmed@qlickcafe.com [use your own email account]
  3. Your email password. “**********” [your own password please]
  4. Email Configuration from your Web Hosting Provider (you can ask your provider).
    1. Incoming Server: name and port number (mail.qlickcafe.com | 143)
    2. Outgoing Server: name and port number  (mail.qlickcafe.com | 587)





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