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13 Strategies To Make Your Cybersecurity Failproof

Skilled hackers can easily access your system and steal precious business information. Upgrading your cybersecurity can help address this problem. Taking your cybersecurity seriously is a must. Otherwise, you leave the door open for criminals to compromise your business’s privacy and cause legal troubles.  Now, you might think that cybercriminals only target large companies due…

Keep Your I.T. Running

To help ensure safe, efficient computer systems, you need to monitor and manage all facets of your IT environment regularly. This means you need to: Apply Software Updates Applying software updates is a task that sometimes gets postponed or ignored, but it is crucial that you apply updates promptly. Proper patch management helps to fix…

The Heartbleed Bug – Are You at Risk?

Many internet users may not have heard about the Heartbleed bug which is a security bug that have been around for about two years. Few weeks ago, security researchers announced that OpenSSL had a security flaw that allowed hackers to extract massive amounts of data from some of the most common internet services. These are…

The 7 IT Threats To Watch Out For In 2014

The following are 7 of the top security threats to watch out for in 2014 and how to avoid them. Malware and viruses Malware is essentially used to disrupt computer operations, gain access to private computer systems and/or gather sensitive information. Up-to-date malware detection and antivirus programs remain the most effective defense against malicious software…

Preparing Your Business IT Roadmap For 2014

Seasoned companies know the value of developing and implementing IT roadmaps for their organizations. It is just as important for small and medium businesses to have a roadmap that addresses their business challenges and highlights available technological opportunities. Ideally, the roadmap should identify the company’s technological needs along with how technology is to be implemented…

It’s Time to Give up Windows XP

If your computer is running on anything older than Windows 7, it’s time to upgrade. Microsoft is suspending its support for Windows XP in 2014, cutting all Microsoft security updates. Software vendors are also likely to withdraw their technical assistance soon after, so this is the best time to ensure you’re not left behind. Why…