You would never open a phishing e-mail that asks you to deposit $1,000 to receive $1 million, would you? You would definitely never open anything from a Nigerian prince trying to get the cash he needs to flee to the United States, right? But how about the most sophisticated of todayâ€™s phishing e-mails? Think you [...]
Apple’s iPhone line of smartphones continues to be popular among consumers. Unfortunately, they’re also popular among a less savory group, hackers. Business Insider recently reported on a new study that found that the iPhone ranks as the most hacked mobile device. And most surprising? It’s not even close – the iPhone is the most hacked [...]
Is it time and energy to replace your LCD computer monitor? Guess what? It’s not as straightforward a task as you might think. This is because not all LCD monitors are the same. Some respond quicker. Others do a better job reproducing colors. And, not surprisingly, some are simply pricier than are others. For anyone [...]
You secure your smart phone with a passcode that you must enter before it springs to life. But just how much protection does this passcode actually provide? The disturbing answer? Not quite enough, according to a recently available story by the tech Web site Lifehacker. The report details several passcode exploits that hackers have been [...]
Smartphones, tablets and laptops are wonderful tools: They allow us to search the Internet, answer e-mail messages and watch video whether we’re on the train or waiting for our flight at the airport. But these devices can be dangerous, too. If they fall into the wrong hands, your information, from your online banks accounts to [...]
Google Reader, the popular RSS reader, is all but dead. Google announced that it would eliminate the service once July 1 comes around. This has hit several of the service’s biggest fans hard. The reality, though, is that there are alternatives. Google made a decision to close the service since its user base was steadily [...]
How many passwords and user names have you directed your Web browser to remember? If you’re like the majority of people who use computers, probably an awful lot. After all, it’s no easy job to remember all those password-user name combinations each time you open a new membership-based Web site. But what will happen if [...]
Passwords aren’t sufficient anymore. That’s been proven frequently by hackers, who crack passwords to get into the internal Web sites, computers, devices and online bank accounts of small businesses around the world. Fortunately, Biztech Magazine has advice: Business owners can take steps to avoid the security holes of passwords. They can protect their Web sites [...]
Only one key employee has access to all of your small business’ very important online accounts: your cloud-based payroll software, Twitter account, Facebook account and bank account. That’s fine. But imagine if that employee should die suddenly? Do you know the passwords to your company’s online bank account? What about that cloud-based payroll service? And [...]
If your business isn’t growing, it’s dying. That’s why it’s crucial that you remain on the lookout for new solutions to grow your small business. There is one area, though, in which small business owners often fail to look for growth strategies: IT. Yes, you can improve your business’ revenue by investing in IT. Small [...]
Stay Secure While Using Public Wi-Fi – Tips from Priority One
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