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You’ve Been Hacked! How to Know and What to Do | Random Pop-Ups

Weekly released mini-blogs featuring signs you may be hacked and how to fix them. Random Pop-Ups (Pop-Under) This common sign that you’ve been hacked is also one of the more annoying ones. When you’re getting random browser pop-ups from websites that don’t normally generate them, your system has been compromised. Keep an eye on which

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23 Oct 2014
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You’ve Been Hacked! How to Know and What to Do | Redirected Internet Searches

Weekly released mini-blogs featuring signs you may be hacked and how to fix them. Redirected Internet Searches There are websites that pay third parties to bring people to their site. Some of those third parties are legitimate (like Google). But sometimes those third parties are hackers. The hacker doesn’t care how he gets people to

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16 Oct 2014
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You’ve Been Hacked! How to Know and What to Do | Unwanted Browser Toolbars

Weekly mini-blogs featuring signs you may be hacked and how to fix them. Unwanted Browser Toolbars This is probably the second most common form of exploitation. Suddenly, your browser has multiple new toolbars with names that seem to indicate the toolbar is supposed to help you. Unless you recognize the toolbar as coming from a

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09 Oct 2014
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Fake Anti-Virus Software and how to stop it

You’ve Been Hacked! How to Know and What to Do | Fake Anti-Virus Warnings

Weekly mini-blogs featuring signs you may be hacked and how to fix them. Fake Anti-virus Warnings Fake antivirus warnings come from malicious software that installed itself on your computer. The software generates fake warning messages for viruses you don’t have. These warnings are among the surest signs that your system has been compromised. By the

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02 Oct 2014
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Modern Beer Brewing | The Taste of Technology

Beer Distribution Increasingly, beer distributors of all sizes are recognizing the key role that technology plays in the future of the beer industry and the competitive advantage that technology brings into their operation. Distributors have begun using technology to increase productivity levels and lower costs for forecasting, delivery, warehousing and payment. A majority of beer

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25 Sep 2014
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Shadow IT By the Numbers

Shadow IT By the Numbers

WHAT IS SHADOW IT? Gartner says “Shadow IT is IT activity that occurs outside of IT. Shadow IT is growing in many organizations driven by consumerized technology, mobility, the availability of cloud solutions and quite frankly relatively slow cycle times within captive IT organizations”. Examples of Shadow IT include: • Personal devices connected to the

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19 Sep 2014
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Apple's iWatch Fuels the WYOD Movement

Apple’s iWatch Fuels the WYOD Movement

Largely due to the announcement of the iWatch on Tuesday, WYOD (Wear Your Own Device) is a trending topic on the internet. WYOD has been a hotly debated topic since Google Glasses were first announced a few years ago. As wearable devices become more sophisticated and integrated with traditional mobile devices such as smartphones and

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11 Sep 2014
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The Sony Playstation Network DDoS Attack and How It Affects You (Even if you’re not a gamer)

On August 24th, Sony’s Playstation Network (PSN), Blizzard Entertainment, and Riot Games experienced what’s known as a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) Attack that caused a day-long outage and loss of services. The attack did not compromise customer records and service has since been restored to the gaming networks. However the group that claimed responsibility

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28 Aug 2014
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7 Fast Ways to Improve Your Computer’s Performance Right Now

When it comes to boosting your PC’s performance, a simple online search can yield hundreds of different answers. We’ve collected a few great checklists for increasing your PC’s Speed, Capability, Memory, Performance, and Security. 7 Quick Ways to Make Your Windows Computer Faster and Perform Better Now Five tips for speeding up a slow PC

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21 Aug 2014
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The Pocket Guide to Cloud Computing Terminology + Infographic

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE PDF The Cloud is one of those industry terms that you hear about all the time. From friends, from colleagues, from the news, magazines, emails, banner ads, and even in the break room at work. People say all sorts of things about the Cloud: “The Cloud is great!” “The Cloud

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14 Aug 2014
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