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Malvertising: The Next Big Threat

Deadly ransomware and zero-hour exploits have been making headlines over the past few months. But while you've been wringing your hands over protecting your clients' files, cyber criminals have been building out attacks on one of the fast-growing malware platforms: malvertising. According to security firm RiskIQ, malicious [...]Read more

Heartbleed Bug: What It Is And How To Protect Yourself

The Heartbleed Bug is a serious vulnerability in the popular OpenSSL cryptographic software library. This weakness allows stealing the information protected, under normal conditions, by the SSL/TLS encryption used to secure the Internet. SSL/TLS provides communication security and privacy over the Internet for applications such as web, [...]Read more

Facebook Scam infects Millions

The latest attempt by hackers to infect your computer, exploits the curiosity many people have regarding their Facebook friends. The malware scam, which is thought to have infected over 2 million Facebook Users so far, works as follows: When a user logs onto Facebook, they are presented [...]Read more

Still Using Windows XP? What You Need to Know

According to Microsoft Support, Windows XP will no longer be provided with support or updates after April 8, 2014. All technology has a....According to Microsoft Support, Windows XP will no longer be provided with support or updates after April 8, 2014. All technology has a lifecycle and [...]Read more

The Importance Of Communication In The Workplace

With so much communication technology at our fingertips, it is difficult to believe that there are any communication problems in any business today. In the course of a busy workday, the importance of good communication can be something that can be easily forgotten. If you are noticing [...]Read more

Serious World Problems: Don’t worry, Google is on it

There are many problems these days; Climate change, poverty, Illiteracy, debt crises, these are just a few. Google has decided to give solving these problems a try and created the “Solve for X” initiative. This project draws together some of Google’s best minds and asks them to [...]Read more

Nanotechnology: Not the Stuff of Science Fiction

You hear the word “nanotechnology,” and what do you think of? Sci-fi, maybe robots, something along those lines? The truth is, nanotechnology is making life less difficult for all of us. At its core, nanotechnology is the science of working with matter on an atomic and molecular [...]Read more

Serious World Problems: Don’t worry, Google is on it

There are many problems these days; Climate change, poverty, Illiteracy, debt crises, these are just a few. Google has decided to give solving these problems a try and created the “Solve for X” initiative. This project draws together some of Google’s best minds and asks them to [...]Read more

Don’t Squelch Creativity in Your Workplace

Do you run a workplace in which staff members feel free to express new ideas? Do your workers come to you with new plans or suggestions about ways to run company meetings more productively? Have your employees ever introduced ideas for a new marketing plan or recommended [...]Read more

What is this Pinterest Thing, and What Does it Mean to Me

Tired of social media? Ignoring it all together? Well, join the bandwagon, because it’s not going away! In fact a new site recently popped up that is gaining popularity: Pinterest. Pinterest is a bit different than sites like Facebook and Twitter, since it focuses purely on the [...]Read more
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