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How Can Instagram Accounts Be Hacked?

What Is Instagram And How Is It Vulnerable? Instagram is a recently created social media site that allows users to share images and videos. It is owned by the same soul that owns Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg. Originally created in the partnership of Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger, and officially launched in 2010, it first appeared on ...

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What Is a VPN, How Does It Work and Why Should I Use It?

Does it make you nervous when you consider how much of your personal information is essentially spread all over the internet? In spite of antivirus programs and firewalls, all data is somewhat at risk on the web. One of the most proven techniques to ensure your data is safe is to use a virtual private ...

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Happy Labor Day

Happy Labor Day (Labour Day – International Workers Day –  May Day)! You’ve worked hard all summer. This Labor Day before going back to work and back to school, take some time to relax and enjoy one more backyard barbeque, one more trip to the beach, one more night sleeping under the stars, one more bonfire, ...

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Education: Digital Literacy and Access Are No Longer Optional

The debate about whether or not tech should be in schools has largely been put aside, technophobes and Waldorf School Curricula notwithstanding. In its place, education stakeholders must sort out the edtech baggage of privacy concerns, equity & accessibility, protecting children from harmful materials and misuse of technology, and how best to develop and implement ...

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Is Office 365 Worth It?

A Look Inside a Company Who Has Successfully Made the Switch If you are self-employed or run a business, you more than likely use Microsoft Office in some or most of your day-to-day operations. If you haven’t made the switch to Microsoft Office 365, you have probably considered it or given it some thought. Maybe you’ve been ...

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Windows 10 Enterprise Is Microsoft’s Most Secure Operating System Ever

Is Windows 10 Enterprise Right For Your Business? With the threats of cyber-attack at an all-time high, there’s no better time to reexamine your company’s operating system to see whether or not it offers the level of protection you, your company, and your clients deserve. Windows 10 Enterprise ranks high among today’s most popular operating systems for ...

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How Do I Find the Right IT Managed Services Provider?

Identifying the Right IT Services Provider for Your Business IT service providers, also called managed services providers (MSPs), are in the business of managing a company’s IT needs.  IT service providers can offer their services both remotely and on-site. They normally render their services by one of two ways: On an output-basis model On a fixed-price subscription model Pricing ...

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Unified Endpoint Management (UEM): Can This Help Streamline Cloud Security?

What Is UEM and Cloud Security? As technological devices continue to diversify, there is increased demand for streamlining control systems for security. According to Techopedia, Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) is a new digital system that integrates the range of devices that are available for use now, combining this wide range of software within a single organized ...

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Intel Chip Vulnerabilities: What We Know So Far!

What Do We Know About Terminal Fault (L1TF) Chip Vulnerabilities? Understanding The L1 Terminal Fault (L1TF) Intel has recently confirmed L1 Terminal Fault (L1TF) chip vulnerabilities in its processors that can be manipulated by malware and malevolent virtual machines with the intention of stealing private information from a computer’s memory. Who or What is Vulnerable? In short, Intel’s desktop, ...

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What Are the Top 10 Phishing Email Subject Lines from Q2 2018?

Hackers are constantly throwing in new and clever phishing attacks that threaten email users’ security.  KnowBe4, one of the top security attentiveness and simulated phishing platform contributors recently issued the top 10 phishing email subject lines from this year’s second quarter. Please note, the attacks used most often contain email subject lines that relate to ...

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