How to Optimize Your Workforce with Dedicated IT Resources, Regular Computer Maintenance and Repairs

To optimize productivity, teams need a work environment that meet the demands of their day-to-day office roles. Businesses need a reliable fast network supported by a well-planned and supported infrastructure. Workstations need to be optimized and maintained with regular security patches and system updates that protect devices from malware, viruses and spyware. Regular computer maintenance …

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3 Security Issues to Consider When Using Public Wi-Fi

Public Wi-Fi is almost everywhere nowadays. Coffee shops, libraries and even airports have installed hotspots to feed the growing demand for ubiquitous Wi-Fi. While convenient to use, there are hidden security risks you should know about. 1. Packet Sniffing Remember, the Wi-Fi you’re connecting to is shared with others which substantially increases your risk of …

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What You Need to Know About Creating an IT Budget for 2015

After a long period of recession, spending on business technology is now on the rise. Signs of economic recovery and a more stable operating climate have caused companies to shed their cautious approaches and spend more on IT in 2014 in order to keep their businesses operating efficiently. The Gartner research firm expects worldwide IT spending …

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CryptoWall: The Latest in Ransomware and Cyber Crime

Over the last year, authorities have been fighting a series of ransomware viruses — first CryptoLocker, then CryptoDefense, and now Cryptowall. CryptoLocker infected over 500,000 computers and although only 1.3% of the victims paid the ransom, the criminals are believed to have made about $3 million dollars. In June 2014, the US Justice Department began …

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