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COVID-19 is affecting businesses nationwide. That’s an obvious understatement! To ensure their safety and to prevent the spread of infection many employers are asking their employees to work from home. Remote work may be quite familiar and comfortable for some […]
I recently read this article from Bitdefender regarding a study done by ACI about vulnerabilities found in consumer routers. The study offers some good information and some bad information so I wanted to set the record straight! You might be […]
As data loss due to data breaches and disasters are on the rise, disaster recovery planning has never been more important for every organization. This article is a basic guide for developing a disaster recovery plan that suits your business requirements.
In recent years, cloud services have become the most popular option for data duplication and storage. These networks store your data and make it accessible across different digital devices and platforms. Here is a rundown of the different types of cloud services, and what you can expect from each one.
Google’s Chrome release 68 due out in July 2018 will include a security warning if your website is not encrypted. Here’s how to check if your website passes the test – and what to do if it doesn’t.
Learn how to spot a phishing attack before it penetrates your computers and network. These best practices show you what to look for so you stay safe.
You’ve heard all of these terms, but what exactly do they mean? Read our quick synopsis so that you have a clear understanding of viruses, malware, adware and Trojans and how they affect your computer.
Data security is vital for any small business. In order to stay ahead of emerging threats, small business owners must stay vigilant and prepared. They don’t need to be a specialist, and it won’t break the bank. Here’s how.