When Worms Make You Wanna Cry

Ransomware raising its ugly head again...
Across the globe this past week and especially into the weekend, the world of computer security had a bit of a wake up… to the tune of over 100,000 users infected in over 100 countries by Saturday afternoon! It has affected everything from home consumers to major organizations.

It Takes More Than Luck to Be Secure

As all the “Irish luck” wears off from this past weekend, looking back over the week in tech news reveals it has been a little rough out there. Namely, it has been troubling in the realm of personal data security. On one end of the spectrum, you have a new wave of celebrities getting their personal information hacked off iCloud storage and exposed to the public.

11 Practical Tips Sure to Keep Your Technology Productive!

Don’t break what you just fixed...
 

Last week, I talked about how outdated technology is costing you a lot of money. In fact, it’s costing all of us a lot of money! At the end of that article, I very briefly mentioned setting standardized IT practices for your office to save money.

How Is Your Outdated Technology Wasting Your Money?

Your resistance to upgrade is costing you time, money, and talent…
 

Nobody likes to hear that they are wasting money. Nobody wants to hear that they should spend money either. I understand that this is the situation nearly every person involved in business must debate in their mind with every financial decision to be made.

Reducing desktop clutter

Have you ever gone to talk with a colleague and gotten a look at their computer’s desktop only to notice that they have files, apps, and folders strewn about in a seemingly random fashion? Or maybe you are guilty of a cluttered desktop. Many people tend to have somewhat unorganized desktops, especially if they have used the same computer for a number of years.

5 ways systems can be breached

When it comes to business security, many small to medium business owners and managers often struggle to ensure that their systems and computers are secure from the various attacks and malware out there. While there are a million and one things you can do to secure systems, one of the most useful approaches is to be aware of common security threats.