In this post we explore some of the differences between the cheap computers you can buy, commonly called "Consumer Class", and more expensive ones, or "Business Class".
In this post we examine backing up your data, the whys and wherefores. This is the fifth of a five part series examining simple ways to protect your data from data breach and data loss, all without costing an arm and a leg. These posts come from material that we present in our “Protecting Your Data” seminar for businesses. The presentation also has 1 hour of CLE credit from the Alabama Bar Association. Contact us to schedule a presentation or to find out when one is being offered.
This is the fourth in a five part series examining simple ways to protect your data from data breach and data loss, all without costing an arm and a leg. These posts come from material that we present in our “Protecting Your Data” seminar for businesses. The presentation also has 1 hour of CLE credit from the Alabama Bar Association. Contact us to schedule a presentation or to find out when one is being offered.
Box, Dropbox, Google Drive and OneDrive are under attack by the "man-in-the-cloud". In this post we discuss this new form of cyber attack and why you need to pay attention to your computers.
This is the third in a 5-part series examining simple ways to protect your data from data breach and data loss without costing an arm and a leg. These posts come from material that we present in our “Protecting Your Data” seminar for businesses. In this post we discuss patching, what it is, and why you should do it.
In this post we discuss Windows 10, the newest operating system by Microsoft, and why you might want to hold of on upgrading for now.
LastPass, a popular app to store passwords, recently announced that their servers were hacked. However, this isn’t as bad as you might think. In this post, we’ll discuss online password managers and whether using one increases your online security.
If you are using an older operating system you are at risk. Microsoft has discontinued support for Windows XP and Windows Server 2003. In this post, we will discuss why it is important to upgrade.
This is the second in a 5-part series examining simple ways to protect your data from data breach and data loss without costing an arm and a leg. These posts come from material that we present in our “Protecting Your Data” seminar for businesses. In this post we discuss anti-virus software.
This is the first in a 5-part series examining simple ways to protect your data from data breach and data loss without costing an arm and a leg. These posts come from material that we present in our “Protecting Your Data” presentation for businesses. In this post we examine passwords and why they are important.
Spearfishing doesn't only happen to big companies. Learn about how you can protect yourself and your business.
Some important things you need to know about the end of support for Windows Server 2003