WatchGuard recently released an infographic detailing its top eight security predictions for 2014. Chief among the predictions was the vulnerability of Healthcare.gov, primarily
StorageCraft today announced its ten-year anniversary. When the Utah-based company began in 2003, it was under the care of just five co-owners, all
By Robin Robins, President, Technology Marketing Toolkit, Inc.
The most frequently asked question I get from IT services firms struggling to get more new clients
The latest reports reveal that the FBI can, and has been, activating cameras on civilian computers, apparently for several years now. This has been confirmed by
It used to be a fantasy from Hollywood blockbusters: robots that can walk around like humans and mimic soldiers. We are getting closer and closer to
Microsoft has announced that, as of the end of October, it has ended distribution of all retail copies of Windows 7. In addition, sales of PCs
Microsoft, recoiling from recent revelations about government tracking of user data, made an announcement on Wednesdayof its plans to more closely guard its users from snooping
Least We Be Gods
As we watch little Johnnie and Suzie divine from the devices at hand whatever they
We recently received news that long-time SMB Nation Community member, Marc Harrison, has been awarded the Lilly K. Gottlieb Award by the Jewish
I should start out by establishing from where my point of view is derived. Some of you will get this - perhaps with a twinkle in
There’s a newly discovered Linux worm out, according to a new blog post published by Symantec. Right now, the worm appears to be affecting only x86
SMB Nation members know that we like research and consdier ourselves to be data driven. We’ve represented past survey findings from Spiceworks that end to focus on technology product stacks and IT Pros. We can know but Datto in that rare category of conducting primary research.