Traveling for business is not fun. We’re generally rushed, we don’t eat correctly, and we have to endure the hassle of airports and long-term parking. It’s not surprising that a great many companies opt toward videoconferencing rather then traveling
How many kids grew up awaiting the day when humans would travel the earth with individual jet packs strapped to their backs?
Adobe Photoshop is an incredible tool. It lets business owners edit the images they need to create professional-looking brochures, pamphlets, and marketing materials. The problem is that Photoshop is far from inexpensive
Have you ever needed your smartphone only to find that the battery has died and you’re nowhere near an outlet? It’s annoying, but in a few years, it could be a thing of the past. A Better Battery on the Way
When searching for something on the Internet, the majority of people automatically go to Google. We even use it as a verb when we “Google” something.
Cloud computing is extremely common these days. The cloud is essentially a group of remote servers where people can store and access their data
Remote working is becoming more common in the business world today.
Your business keeps you busy. You’re balancing three projects simultaneously for your employer. You’re traveling more frequently than you are at home, and your day planner is covered in ink
The cloud has been around for a while and is really starting to take off! Here are some thoughts on security that may be useful and help you get your head around your security exposure.
Originally presented to the Washoe County Bar Association April 12, 2012.
Cloud Security Tips Handout
End User Devices
This is where most data security issues originate.
Remember downtime? That was when you could take your dog on a walk without needing to answer your mobile phone. It was when you’d watch your child’s little league baseball game without also checking your e-mail messages on your smartphone.