Month: December 2016

Desktop vs. Laptop. What Works Best for Your Business?

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Why You Should Invest in a Business Continuity Service

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How to Handle Your Technology When You Relocate

Relocating your business can be a tricky process, and when you consider how to relocate your technology, it can be a little more complicated. The most important thing to do when relocating is plan, plan, plan. Make sure you have a plan in place and evaluate your new space and how your technology will fit. Computers, phones, servers and cables will all need to find a new home in your office. Pla...

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How Cloud Computing Can Save Your Business Money

Cloud Computing, which allows businesses to put programs and data on a highly secure “super server” at an off-site data center, is a technology breakthrough that can make your business run more efficiently and cost effectively. For small or medium-sized businesses, these “super servers” provide huge amounts of storage space and power. All your business needs is an Internet connection,...

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Your Company Needs an Intranet Network. Here’s Why.

An Intranet network, or a private network accessible only by that organization’s staff, can be a great tool for a business or company of any size. Nielsen Norman Group researched what companies use Intranet and why it would be a good choice for a company. While the number of employees is a factor in deciding to use Intranet, even small businesses can utilize it. ITNews also lists an Intranet...

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Earn Rewards for Recycling Your Old Hardware

Technology is constantly advancing and changing, and that also means that products become obsolete every single day. We are constantly replacing old technology with new devices, and it can be hard to know what to do with those old products. Recycling programs have become more popular, with companies and municipalities providing or hosting their own recycling services. Desktops, laptops, monit...

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How to Check if You’re Infected by Gooligan

Gooligan Hack Affects 1 Million Android Users Gooligan malware has infected over a million smartphones and is posing a grave threat to Android users worldwide.  The Gooligan virus steals authentication tokens that can be used to access data from Google Play, Gmail, Google Photos, Google Docs, G Suite, Google Drive and more. 74 percent of the devices in the market could be affect...

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Worms, Trojans, Malware, Oh My: Your Guide to Computer Security Terminology

If you own a computer, you’ve probably heard of some nasty synonyms for viruses and computer security threats. With so many descriptions and monikers floating around, how are you supposed to keep them straight, let alone know your risks? Fortunately, the fine folks at Fossbytes have you covered.   Malware Short for malicious software, malware is any software used to disrupt computer o...

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Dead PC? Try These 4 Revival Tips.

If your first instincts are to panic or throw your computer across the room – pause. A “dead PC” isn’t the end of the world. How to Revive Your Dead Computer PC Advisor’s recent article uncovered a few, simple checks you can perform before you make the judgement your computer is officially dead. Check Your Power Supply Laptops: A number of power-oriented reasons could prevent...

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A Breakdown on Email Phishing

Through our blogs, you’ve read about many attacks – viruses, malware, ransomware. When it comes to email phishing, this is yet another cyber attack you’ll want to take note of because it’s quite common, especially during the holiday season. Defining Email Phishing Email phishing consists of fraudulent emails that pose as real sources (such as a store you frequent). These emails will ...

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