Small and medium businesses are constantly faced with maximizing their marketing and advertising budget, which unfortunately, comes in dribs and drabs. They want to stay competitive, attain brand awareness, even brand loyalty … but the issue is always a budget which throws cold water on all those goals.
Internet of things is connected in every aspect of our life, we use it for home security, work place, daily appliances and in cars. Internet of Things isalways creating and developing and had begun to be manufactured for automotive industry with Internet of Things. This includes connecting your car with internet and make it software-driven with artificial intelligence.
There are two known options to dealing with malware and viruses; to clean or wipe and restore. It must be acknowledged that the main difference between the two has to do with convenience. Many argue that wipe and restore is the most effective way of dealing with viruses and malware, but to clean is equally
effective and comes with certain advantages. For Small and Medium-Size Businesses (SMB) or Managed Service Providers (MSP) who are into the business of troubleshooting computers for a fee, it is very important to weigh the convenience each of the two methods bring to you and your clients.
If you are in the market to buy a new phone, then you might be having a hard time deciding on Android or iOS.
If you used only one platform in the whole experience of your smart phone life and never got the chance to use the other, then it’s obvious that you don’t know much about the other.
Ransom + ware = Ransomware (for newbies to the term) is a malicious software which hijacks your computer until a ransom has been paid. A ransomware attack typically denies access to one’s own computer.
by Jillian Stampher on January 26, 2017 at 8:41 am
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Even after being hacked, most Americans fail to properly protect their personal information online, finds a Pew Research Center study published Thursday.
Pew surveyed more than 1,000 American adults last year to determine their perception of cyber security and what measures they take to keep their online information safe. According to the study, most are failing to use best cyber security practices in their personal lives.
Plus the four steps to make your habit work for you.
Author, Executive Director The Business Owners Council, co-founder of BEN Global Mentorship
September 28, 2016
It was during a team-building exercise many years ago that I first discovered a talent I had no idea I possessed. The exercise itself was pretty run-of-the-mill -- name one special skill or talent for each person in the room. I certainly wasn’t expecting to hear anything life-changing, but I was taken aback when multiple people told me that I was very good at asking questions.
Steve Weisman, Special for USA TODAY
Unfortunately, that prediction has come true, and my motto of, “Things aren’t as bad as you think — they are far worse,” has proven accurate. In fact, the FBI has recently warned that ransomware attacks
Internet of Things (IoT) is already impacting working and living environments with exciting trends. It has come a long way and 2017 looks promising for tweaked and heightened possibilities. Technology continues to make mass production cheaper, almost every electronic device is built to be wi-fi ready and close to half of the world’s population now have access to the internet, compared to just 20% in 2007.
Happy Holidays Everyone –
Here is your opportunity to participate in our last survey for 2016. This is focused on MSPs and allows you to help us discover how you work with certain technologies and solutions. We will share with the results with the participants so we’re all enriched with this crowd sourcing exercise!
Seattle is a great investment! Why? Because this city consistently reinvents itself. Follow the dots: timber to gold to aerospace to tech to cloud. I’ve enjoyed living here nearly 30 years and confirm that every time I land after a trip, realizing I’m home!
So what is Seattle’s secret sauce in becoming Cloud City? I’d offer competition. Both AWS and Azure were invented here. Hell even competitors like Google are now moving north to drink the water. I have a question for you before we discuss
We are an old but always evolving IT provider...who has been involved with SBS since the NT 3.5 beta version...so I’m pretty sure I know the product..
We need you to drop some (not even that old) knowledge on our friends in Redmond ! J I’m betting I’m not the only old reseller getting hit with this silly scenario.
Many of our small business clients are finally (after being under the radar for 30 years) being subjected to a friendly, Microsoft License Verification Process.
This doesn’t really scare us too much...because we’ve always required compliance from our clients...