Year: 2018

When your heart tells you to take pity on the unknown foreign royalty panhandling for enough money to return home to collect an immense inheritance to share with you, try listening to your brain – this is a scam. Millions of people are affected by internet and email hoaxes, and the tricksters are only getting […]

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Trip over them at night; find your schnauzer nibbling on them; try vainly to make them look as aesthetically pleasing as possible – ethernet cords have always been there when we needed them to boost our computers’ connections, but with today’s advanced Wi-Fi capabilities, the days of wired internet may be ending in the office […]

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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enacted on May 25, 2018 safeguards sensitive data of European citizens and enforces strict repercussions for businesses that do not handle information with care. The GDPR promotes global data privacy for people in Europe who entrust their personal information with overseas companies. The best deterrent for the penalties introduced […]

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When was the last time you didn’t have to worry if your network was secure and up-to-date? Many companies rely on a monitoring service to provide them with real-time, round-the-clock monitoring & maintenance for all of their computers.  Sometimes those services are the only hope of salvation for their business. What causes IT outages? Human […]

All browsers have a space called a cache where they keep copies of recently viewed graphics, pages, and scripts. By keeping local copies of files likely to be needed again, the cache helps your pages load faster. Your browser also accumulates cookies, small pieces of data from the sites you visit that help the site […]