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What Is Smishing (And How To Protect Yourself)

Smishing is a new form of phishing that uses text messaging instead of email. It’s a growing problem worldwide, happening over 30 million times per day! Smishing scammers try to trick you into giving personal information by pretending to be a trusted person or business. They might ask for your name, email address, credit card […]

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Banking could soon be safer – but will it be?

It is estimated that GameOver Zeus botnet is responsible for a loss exceeding $100 Million US Dollars. The problem with a lot of online theft today is that from the bank’s perspective, the theft occurred as a legitimate transaction. In other words, the bank acted on the customer’s computer instruction to transfer the money out. […]

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Free Social Media Policy Tool for your business

Does your business have a Social Media Policy? If not, you may want to take a quick look at PolicyTool.net, created by rtraction and David Canton, a technology lawyer and e-legal blogger. In addition to the free Social Media tool, a very affordable Privacy Policy tool is also available. All you need to do is […]

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It's Time to Give Your Computer a Spring Cleaning!

Apr 3, 2013
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We hope everyone is enjoying the wonderful spring weather outside and is enjoying this beautiful week. With Spring comes a sense of renewal and change. A System Cleanup for Your Computer Can Renew Performance

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How Compliance Impacts Backup Strategy

Apr 1, 2013
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There’s nothing more important than compliance for a business, and yet there are also few things harder to manage. Backup and recovery has recently become a huge area of concern for IT as well, so the requirements of IT departments to both be compliant and successfully back up their data are converging. In this white […]

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Cloud Migration Service

We are extremely excited to be able to offer a new cloud migration service. For as little as $0.10/kg we’ll lift the customers data into various cloud data centers located around the atmosphere. The air quality is good, and we make every effort to save the customers data from crashing. Features Save time. Instead of […]

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AppleID 2-step coming soon to other countries

With much fanfare many security-conscious Apple customers worldwide were excited at today’s headlines announcing Apple’s two-step verification, not to be outdone by other cloud providers and vendors. Google has had this feature for quite some time now. However, the feature is only available in the following countries: U.S., UK, Australia, Ireland, and New Zealand In […]

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Identity Theft Tactics – be aware and protect yourself

Identity Theft is a horrible experience to go through. Just ask anyone who has been victimized. It can takes many years to arrive at a full recovery. So it makes sense to be vigilant about being a victor instead of a victim, as author Dianne Ojar-Ali alerts us in her book Mrs. Fraud and You. […]

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The Gamification of Education

We often speak with parents on the topic of computer games, and electronic games in general. With the proliferation of touch devices, it’s natural that children would be drawn to games as a source of entertainment. Most parents agree that limiting time is essential, but so is limiting the types of activities. Speaking of our […]

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Twist App – Let People Know When You Will Arrive

Have you ever felt guilty for leaving loved ones or colleagues waiting for you? Or do you find it difficult to estimate your time of arrival? Twist to the rescue, available for both Android and iPhone.

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