New Year’s Resolutions for Small Business Tech

Nicholas WestgateBlog

10 New Year’s Resolutions for Small Business Tech

Every year we make resolutions to improve ourselves: lose weight, travel the world and become more technically savvy!  Okay maybe the last one didn’t make your list but it should!   Here are some New Year’s resolutions to improve your use of technology, protect your data and help your business be more productive in 2018 giving you more time to look … Read More

Secured Connection Vulnerabilities on Apple Devices

Paul MorganBlog

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Are you like most of us and own and use an Apple device (phone, laptop, or tablet)? Unfortunately, an extremely concerning security flaw has been reported that’s so bad that developers won’t even discuss details (to prevent giving hackers insight into how to exploit the hack). The security flaw affects SSL/TLS connections for the devices, which normally prevent eavesdropping on … Read More

Cryptolocker: A New Era of Ransomware

Paul MorganBlog

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A particularly nasty new “ransomware” virus has started to appear on the radar of security companies at the end of mid-September. Cryptolocker, as it was later coined, amazed security experts with the innovative way it extorts money from the targets that it infects using unbreakable, industry standard file encryption. What does it do? When infected, Cryptolocker causes your machine to … Read More

Computer Viruses – Who, What, How and Why

Graham CaparuloBlog

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Some of the most common questions that we hear from customers revolve around computer viruses: “How did I get this virus?”. “What exactly is a virus?”. “Who writes them and why?”. So, in the post, I’ll focus on the How, What, Who and Why of viruses. As a follow up post, I’ll talk about what you can do to protect … Read More