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Social Engineering Attacks: A Big Issue For SMB Security

Social Engineering Attacks Every day in my line of work we are battling viruses and hardware/software failures. I am sure that there are more issues, but then there is the enemy that none of us think about, the social engineer. I’ve heard about many social engineering attacks, (more…)

No comments yet - Posted by July 21, 2014


Apps For Windows 8 To Make It Feel Like 7

Apps for Windows 8 Whether you are looking for a new computer or looking to upgrade, or already have Windows 8 (or 8.1) and do not like its new look, there are a few apps for Windows 8 to help. The tiles interface is great if you have a touchscreen or tablet, but if you (more…)

No comments yet - Posted by July 15, 2014


Computer Technician Qualifications To Consider When Hiring IT

Computer Technician Qualifications When hiring an IT consultant, most shop on price.

While price does play a major role in the decision, your real goal should be computer technician qualifications. (more…)

No comments yet - Posted by June 30, 2014


Cupid Heartbleed: What It Is And What You Need To Know

Cupid HeartbleedJust as businesses are recovering from the fallout of Heartbleed, a new attack dubbed Cupid Heartbleed has interested the scene. Much like the original Heartbleed attack, Cupid Heartbleed uses modified heartbeat messages to expose (more…)

No comments yet - Posted by June 23, 2014


Encryption For Windows 8 In 5 Easy Steps

Encryption For Windows 8 Laptop theft has become a significant threat to privacy over the last decade. For PC owners it is possible to protect yourself from data loss by enabling encryption for Windows 8. This article discusses what disk encryption is and why you (more…)

No comments yet - Posted by June 16, 2014




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