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Month: November 2014

Nothing is worse than having a series of computers become infected in your company, especially if you’re running a manufacturing firm. The loss of data, and takeover of your systems, is worrisome and provides major profit losses. Train Employees Helping your employees understand what false links are can be all the difference of a security […]

What worked for SEO practices just a couple years ago may not work next year in 2015. Keyword stuffing was once effective, and then search algorithms were changed to prevent this exploitation and it got snuffed. Private link networks are now being decimated by “thin content” penalties. Let’s go over the latest trends in SEO […]

After reading this, you will wonder why you didn’t listen to the title in the first place. Adobe Flash is needed on all computers that are connected to the Internet. It provides browsers with the ability to view multimedia, run amazing applications, and stream video and audio. But there’s a problem, and here it is. […]

Businesses are dedicating more and more of their budgets to IT expenses. With 2015 approaching, you may be wondering how much of your budget should go towards improving your tech infrastructure. And once you’ve figured out how much you can spend on IT, you’ll have to decide how much to invest in each specific area […]

If running a business were easy, everyone would do it! No, this is hard work: between managing employees and figuring out how to attract customers better than the many competitors that are also competing for that same small pool of potential customers, it can be a real headache to keep your head above water as […]

Hate having to go through emails every day and waste time viewing the unimportant ones? Microsoft Office 365 has your inbox covered. Start Let Office 365 do the work for you, all you have to do is use your email as you do. Microsoft has already implemented Clutter and, if it isn’t already started, you […]

A recent vulnerability impacting Microsoft servers could allow hackers to gain domain user account privileges and compromise any computer in the domain! The hacker can essentially impersonate the domain administrator to: Install malicious programs View, change, or delete data Create new accounts Microsoft is aware of limited attacks that have attempted to exploit this vulnerability, […]

Along with all of its impressive features and capabilities, the Internet also presents a huge security risk. Odds are, you do your banking online, you shop online, and you spend time on social media. With all of this information about you floating around cyberspace, there is good reason to worry about tech-savvy cybercriminals being able […]