With the New Year just around the corner, now is a great time to start making a list of resolutions for your business. Your resolutions can include a wide range of goals and objectives you want to accomplish in 2021. Some of your resolutions can be carry-overs from 2020 since 2020 was an incredibly challenging year in part to the pandemic.
Solid-state drives (SSDs) are becoming more popular as storage devices in computers and other electronic devices. While SSDs have been around for several years, it is only in the past year or so that the price of this technology has started to decline and become more affordable. As such, more people are upgrading to SSDs.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, more people are shopping online than before. While this is great for businesses, people could potentially be putting their identities at risk or be targeted for a fraudulent online scam. To help protect your personal information, as well as your devices, you need to take the right precautions by using these top tips.read more
Do you like having access to the latest cool tech gadgets? Do you upgrade your smartphone, tablet, or computer each time a newer model comes out? If you do, then you will want to check out these top trending must-have cool tech gadgets! read more
Many people are working from the safety of their homes during the COVID-19 crisis. This change in work environment poses data security risks for organizations of all sizes. To help ensure you and your employees are working securely, we recommend reviewing the following tips. read more
If you notice a ransomware infection on your device or computer, it can be rather scary. You start to wonder how it got on there. You are worried about your data and whether the hacker that infected your device has access to it. Your device says it is locked and your data encrypted without any access until you pay the ransom. read more
Technology is a wonderful thing when it works correctly. Fortunately, our devices give us ample warning signs that they are getting ready to fail. When they do, it is important to take steps to avoid data loss. Otherwise, if you don’t, you may need to rely on a data recovery service to attempt to recover data on the failed device – which isn’t always a guarantee it can be retrieved. read more
Even though the technology is constantly evolving and changing how we use computers and smart devices, one thing is certain: cybercriminals and hackers are still targeting people by sending large volumes of “spammy” and “phishing” emails every day. Some of the malicious things that can be found in these emails are trojans, ransomware, viruses, and malware. read more
With people spending more time at home and online, “spear phishing” is growing in popularity as a scam used by unsavory individuals to get your personal information. Most of us know about “phishing,” which is a con scammers use to send spam emails and text messages to entice you to click on malicious links that take you to fake websites. read more
With the spread of COVID-19 and many businesses now having employees working from home, data security should be a high priority. Telecommuting is not new, but in the past, not that many employers allowed their employees to work remotely. read more