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Spoofing Paypal Scam Tactic

Friday, 15 September 2017 by

Spoofing is when a hoax website is constructed to deceive visitors and gather information for malicious intent. Watch out for these dangerous websites. Even giants like Paypal have issues with spoofs. Nope, this isn’t a typo. This is an example of the way attackers spoof the Paypal site. Changing one letter of the website

Update Your Password

Tuesday, 12 September 2017 by

These are the twenty most common passwords for 2016. If you see your password listed here, change it now! 1. 123456 123456789 qwerty 12345678 111111 1234567890 1234567 password 123123 987654321 Qwertyuiop Mynoob 123321 666666 18atcskd2w 777777 1q2w3e4r 654321 555555 3rjs1la7qe Password best practices. A good password should not be pulled directly from a dictionary, family name,

Adobe Acrobat XI Support Ends Soon

Tuesday, 05 September 2017 by

Adobe Acrobat XI and Reader XI support will end as of October 15, 2017. What does this mean? What can you do? End-of-life for Acrobat. This term simply means that Adobe will no longer offer technical support, product updates, security updates, or new versions. While this may not seem like a big deal, it can

We’re not talking about spilling your mocha on your laptop and walking into a huge client meeting with sticky keys. No, we’re talking about IT security risks and information exposures that can be quite dangerous for your company and clients. What is an IT security risk or information exposure?  These terms describe a condition when


Monday, 28 August 2017 by

Just as a fingerprint is considered an accurate identification, new facial recognition technologies are now creating reliable faceprints. What is a faceprint?  As a form of biometric identification, facial recognition attempts to match features of a person’s face to a database. The software scans  images to find possible faces, and once it finds them, it

It’s Time To Hit The Books!

Thursday, 24 August 2017 by

Schools seem to be starting earlier these days. Regardless, it’s that time of year again. Students are finishing up their summer activities and hitting the books. Take a look at what’s new this school year. August is the new September. Many students are now starting school in August. What happened to the day after Labor

We all know Harvard is a very expensive educational choice. That’s why we wrote this headline—to catch your attention. Honestly, we wanted to get a bunch of dollar $igns in your head so you would see the savings you can enjoy with managed IT services. What is managed IT?  Managed IT services are outsourced management

Things To Know About The New Galaxy Phone

Wednesday, 09 August 2017 by

Ready for a new phone? If you’ve got your eye on Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 8 coming out this fall, take a gander at these great new features. It is poised to be Samsung’s best cell phone ever. What’s new in the Galaxy Note 8?  Samsung is banking on this new release. They have poured

How The World Wide Web Was Born

Thursday, 03 August 2017 by

If you can’t imagine the world without the Web, just remember that in human years, the World Wide Web really hasn’t even broken 30 years old yet. According to TechSpot, the World Wide Web started March 12, 1989, when Tim Berners-Lee penned a paper that proposed a way to use computers to connect university researchers

Hot Tips For A Paperless Office Plan

Wednesday, 26 July 2017 by

With the amazing technology at our fingertips today, it is easy to retrieve the information we need anytime and work on the go. However, some documentation may still be floating around your office in those pesky manila folders. If you’re sick of carrying around stacks of files and papers, go paperless. Here are a few