Late 2019 marked the beginning of another pandemic that almost brought the world to a standstill. The coronavirus slowly joined the world consciousness, and soon, the pandemic claimed millions of lives, affected the school system, and caused a global economic turmoil no one ever anticipated.
Data is data until it’s gone.
With every computer comes data storage: data that can be deleted, stolen, or corrupted. Technology has historically acted in unpredictable and nerve-racking ways:
Solid-state disk drives (SSDs) are becoming more common in desktop and laptop computers. While SDDs serve the same purpose as hard disk drives (HDDs), there are some key differences in how they work.
Many people rely on their Android tablet or smartphone to perform a wide range of functions and for data storage. If you ever lost your tablet or phone, or it was accidentally damaged beyond repair, you know how devastating it can be to lose important data.
Hackers and the malicious apps they create are often targeted towards businesses more so than individuals. These threats pose serious risks for small business owners, who often have weak data security.
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
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
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
When it comes to paying for goods and services, one growing segment is using mobile payments via our smartphones. However, many people still have concerns that mobile payments are not as secure or safe as how they are being promoted. read more
When it comes to our smartphones, tablets, and computers, we upgrade these regularly. During the time we use the devices, we tend to collect a lot of data, music, videos, pictures, and other files we do not want to lose. To ensure you do not lose any of your data, let’s take a look at some effective ways on how to safely transfer data to your new device. read more