Think your smart phone is safe because you make use of a passcode to stop others from logging onto its home screen?
How long do you spend staring at computer screens at work? You probably don’t wish to know. But your eyes are undoubtedly suffering from it.
Think you can’t use your tablet to share screens with your co-workers? Think again. There are several apps available right now than enable you to share your reports, images, documents and videos with co-workers and friends.
Do you have nightmares of your tablet falling into the hands of cyber thieves?
Google Reader, the widely used RSS reader, is all but dead. Google recently declared that it would discontinue the service once July 1 rolls around.
Passwords aren’t sufficient anymore.
It’s a challenge to operate a successful small business today. You’re faced with escalating costs, sometimes unreliable employees, and competition from name-brand businesses with far deeper pockets. But at least your business can take advantage of larger tax breaks for purchasing new technology
Here’s what attracts cyber attackers: easy targets.
Only one key employee has access to all of your small business’ important online accounts: your cloud-based payroll software, Twitter account, Facebook account and bank account. That’s fine. But what happens if that employee should die suddenly
If your business isn’t growing, it’s dying.