Network Security and Privacy Dangers4 Network Security and Privacy Dangers Businesses Might Encounter in 2018

Data breaches and ransomware are not the only concerns your business might face in 2018. Here are four network security and privacy dangers you should be aware of when developing your security and data privacy strategies for 2018. Data breaches and ransomware took center stage in 2017. Not surprisingly, they will continue to cause concern […]

Face ID8 Things You Need to Know Before Using iPhone X’s Face ID

Smartphones are a convenient tool for employees to use, especially when they travel for business. They can use the devices to check their emails, call customers, and even pay for trip expenses. Smartphones’ portability, though, makes them prone to loss or theft. A smartphone can easily fall out of a pocket or be stolen out […]

Power surgesDon’t Let Power Surges Damage Your Computers

Power surges can damage your electronic devices and even cause them to fail. Learn about an effective yet affordable way to protect the IT assets in your business. The computers in your business are at risk from more than just cyberattacks. They could fall victim to another threat: power surges. Simply put, a surge is […]

Tech Smart Gadgets Under $150Tech Smart Gadget List: 4 Christmas Gifts Under $150

The holidays are fast approaching! And as you are pouring over your gift list, I’m sure you have that hard-to-buy-for someone in your family. We all do, right? This “Tech Smart Gadget List” with 4 items for Christmas under $150 might be exactly what you need. I’ve pull these four tech smart gadget items from […]

New Global RansomwareNew Global Ransomware

I know – you really don’t want to hear about another new global ransomware. You’re probably becoming de-sensitized to the entire ransomware crisis. Perhaps that’s exactly what the bad guys hope – that we let down our guard and stop doing everything we can to prevent the next new global ransomware from erupting. Meet Scarab […]

Scary Ransomware MythsDe-Bunking Scary Ransomware Myths

Okay, this is scary news: In May 2017, the WannaCry ransomware infected more than 230,000 computers in over 150 countries, according to CNET, serving as a wake-up call to business leaders who have not been taking this type of threat seriously. Their lack of concern is often due to common misconceptions about ransomware.Here are five […]

6 Mouse Tricks That Can Save You Time When Working in Your Web Browser

If you are using a Windows computer, your mouse likely has three movable elements on it: a right button, a left button, and a wheel between them. You might already be turning the wheel to scroll up and down a web page, app window (e.g., window in an email app), or file (e.g., PDF file, […]

5 Myths about Ransomware Debunked

In May 2017, the WannaCry ransomware infected more than 230,000 computers in over 150 countries, making it the largest cyberextortion scheme to date, according to CNET. WannaCry has one redeeming value, though. It is serving as a wake-up call to business leaders who have not been taking this type of threat seriously. Their lack of […]

Tech Seminar Success!

The seminar, entitled “Essential Tech Strategies for the 21st Century,” helped owners/managers focus on areas of security and efficiency within their own businesses. Don shared eight specific strategies to help reduce risk of cyber attacks as well as improve workflow and efficiency in the office setting. This seminar was hosted by The Entrepreneur Store and […]

Cyber Security ThreatIs Your Former Employee Posing a Cyber Security Threat?

A Cyber security threat instigated by former employees may not be as newsworthy as the latest Ransomware or suspected Russian-hacks. However, this type of insider breach can pose a huge threat to your business data as well as affect your financial well-being. In fact, a 2017 report conducted by Arlington Research found that 20% of […]