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In a recent Wall Street Journal article, it was reported that victims of Ransomware paid out roughly $24 million in 2015.  And, unfortunately for the public, the FBI predicts this number will continue to grow in 2016.

It can be frustrating observing people who are just ridiculously confident.  They can do or say anything and not worry about the potential for mistakes or social blunders. And when they do make an error, nobody cares

There’s a ton of advice on how to improve your productivity—quick tips, simple hacks, and general guidelines.  But, unfortunately, if you have bad working habits, all those tips, hacks, and guidelines will do nothing for your productivity.

Yes, it’s true.  Too much technology can lead to some rather serious issues… like more stress, less sleep, anti-social behavioral tendencies, and a lack of focus.  None of which sound all too pleasant. But what choice do

People always try to give technology a bad rap, saying it consumes our lives and causes us to actually work more and not less.  And while, for some people, this may be undoubtedly true, it’s not technology’s

It’s a new year, which means it’s time for some new passwords.  But you already know this, right?  Your passwords should be changed about as often as you change your toothbrush (once every three months or so). 

Phishing attacks have steadily risen since 2011, according to a report released by Verizon this year.  23% of people who receive phishing emails open the email, and 11% of these people click on links in these emails. 

Data backup is important, which I’m sure you’ve heard before.  You know the spiel…  What happens if there’s a tornado or snow storm and your hardware is completely destroyed?  How are you supposed to recover your data

Passwords are slowly reaching their point of extinction, emphasis on the slowly.  It’s too easy to create a weak password, and it’s way too easy to crack one; therefore, something must be done, and everybody knows it.

When your phone breaks, it’s on par with the death of a loved one, worse than a large asteroid falling to earth and only slightly better than running out of a coffee on a Monday morning.  We’ve

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