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Archive for April, 2015

Goodbye Windows Server, Hello Cloud

The end date of July 14, 2015 for Microsoft’s support for Windows Server 2003 is approaching quickly, and many businesses are poised for a change. Your company will need to make a ...

Harness Flash Storage to Improve Security and Save Money

USB flash drives have been on the market for over a decade and are popular as a means of safely storing data in an effective, secure medium. As businesses increase their demand ...

Cyberinsurance Could Help Mitigate the Costs of Data Breaches

The past few years have seen a growing number of high profile data breaches, costing the affected companies millions of dollars. Making it harder to recover from such a calamity is the ...

“Hey! You! Get Into That Cloud!”

With the rise of applications like Dropbox, OneDrive, Box, Google Drive, Apple iCloud, Spideroak and the like the question for many IT departments is not whether a business should move to the ...

Android 5.1: New Uses for Your Phone

Some great changes ahead for Android users. Built into the OS, the user will be able to access the quick settings button even if the phone’s lock screen is on simply by ...

2015 Set To Be The Year Of Wireless Charging

Handheld and laptop electronics continue to proliferate, and with each addition to your collection, chargers and cords add to the chaos. Wires and cables tumble and tangle making both home and office ...

The Money Saving Benefits of Cloud Technology

Jot down upon your list of reasons to convert to a cloud based data storage system the significant cost savings such a platform can offer your business. In addition to the ease ...

The Apple Watch – The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

The Apple Watch has finally arrived and the reviews are starting to come in. Prerelease reviews have the piece of technology somewhere between another Apple attempt at selling useless features for a ...

Microsoft’s Windows 7 Doomed To Obscurity

Will Microsoft do it again? The company, in its shift to a mobile strategy, has begun the phasing out of Windows 7. While Windows 7 has been far more successful than its ...

Is Apple’s Mac OS X Really So Secure?

Whether you are talking with Appleheads or Byteheads, the issue of the security of Apple’s operating systems has been a debate that has continued for decades. Many Apple computer users firmly state ...

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Hackers Are Exploiting Home And Small Office Routers 

Hackers Are Exploiting Home And Small Office Routers 

Akamai has discovered a nasty new hack that's allowing cybercriminals to move beyond simply compromising routers, but also, in some[...]
Data On Millions Of Americans Leaked Through Open Server 

Data On Millions Of Americans Leaked Through Open Server 

Bob Diachenko, the Director of Cyber Risk Research for Hacken, recently made a disturbing discovery.  He found an ElasticSearch server[...]
USPS Vulnerability May Have Exposed Millions of Users

USPS Vulnerability May Have Exposed Millions of Users

Do you have an account on USPS.com?  If so, you're not alone.  Tens of millions of Americans use it daily[...]

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