Month: July 2012

Five Tips to Get Your E-mail Under Control

Have a cluttered inbox? Reduce your stress and get it under control! An overflowing inbox can cause productivity loss and prevent you from taking care of what is really important. Read more: http://bit.ly/PGinF9Starting today, reduce! Unsubscribe! Delegate with Outlook Rules.  Call us for help with server or workstation e-mail flow setup.

Microsoft Skydrive: Private Files Monitored, Phone and E-mail Access Revoked

Microsoft Skydrive: private files monitored! http://bit.ly/MaC98HUsers can lose access to e-mail, phone, and more without notice. Are your private files ever private? NO! Beware of the dangers when handing your data over to service providers. Once they have your data, they are in control and can completely lock you out without notice or cause. Be …

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Google Project Glass Comes to Market Early 2013

Google Project Glass is set to be released in early 2013 for $1500.00. http://g4.tv/NppHnyImagine having a visual overlay on 24×7. Cool or Creepy? Would you wear these? What is considered appropriate use? So many questions when revolutionary technology comes out! How long until we have an option for Google Contacts or the Google Ocular Implant?

Will Your ISP Start Spying On You?

Your Internet Service Provider might be spying on you! http://bit.ly/NsSmX1Is a security breach of legal, business or medical records worth it to try stop movie downloads? Could employees at ISP companies be bribed to collect valuable private data? Could this seemingly “innocent” method to prevent software piracy cause wide spread data security compromise?

7 Things You Want to Know About Passwords

Data security. Every business wants it.  After all, information is the lifeblood of modern commerce, and episodes of data loss are disruptive, costly and sometimes fatal for businesses. And so it’s curious that one of the most basic protections against data theft—a strong password—is often neglected. Multiple user studies reveal that people choose weak, insecure …

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