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Huge Security Risk of Pokemon GO Presents Data Safety Challenge

Having only been released on July 6th, Pokemon GO has put mobile app gaming enthusiasts into a haze of augmented reality, and its users at certain risk of data and personal identity theft. How is this possible? When signing up ...

Why Reusing Passwords is a Bad Idea, and How to Choose the Most Secure Passwords

The importance of password security cannot be overstated. Small and medium sized business owners are vulnerable to the same kinds of data breaches through password hacks as large corporations and individuals. In one year alone, two out of every five ...

Is Apple Abandoning the Mac?

Name Change From OS X to macOS Sparks Debate Over the Future of the Mac Apple’s introduction of its new Mac operating system name has recently sparked a bit of heated debate among industry experts and members of Mac’s loyal ...

Uber User Beware — This New Malware Is Targeting You!

You have more to worry about than getting a crazy passenger or driver; Uber is the latest target for a new malware scam. This convincing app aims to trick unsuspecting individuals into revealing sensitive banking information by masquerading as a ...

Three Crucial Rules For Backing Up Data in a Business

Data backups play a crucial role in protecting businesses from the consequences of hardware failure, theft, hacking, fires and natural disasters. Mistakes can also cause companies to lose important files. A survey found that almost half of small firms have ...

How Do I Decide if the Cloud is Right for My Business?

It seems as if the cloud is quickly becoming the norm for most businesses, which suggests that every workload which businesses have on their premises could be served by one cloud-based feature or another. That’s not always the case, especially ...

Communication Bottleneck: Companies Banning Email Show Increased Levels of Productivity and Quality of Life

There’s no question about it; email takes up a large portion of an employee’s day — about 23 percent, to be exact. If you look at the global numbers, employees are involved ...

Forget Backup: Think Recoverability

As a business owner, especially in the tech sector, you are almost certainly backing up your data regularly. Data disasters can happen at any moment, compromising the data you use to run your business and even destroying hardware and software. ...

Preventing Hacking of Cisco Routers

Between the Internet and your local network’s devices stands a router. It’s a complex computing device in its own right, often providing the network’s firewall services, and it’s vulnerable to attacks. Cisco does a good job of securing its routers, ...

How to Protect Yourself from Social Engineering

For those concerned about identity theft, it’s worth considering that some of the most effective techniques don’t rely on computer hacks or cutting-edge technology; instead, they are a more analog approach to the digital world. To a sophisticated fraudster, it ...