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Why You May Want To Rethink “Smart” Devices in the Office

Has your network ever been attacked or successfully hacked by a rogue refrigerator? That sentence sounds silly, but believe it or not, it has actually happened! As the number of […]

Own an LG Phone? You Might Be At Risk

LG has a problem, and if you own an LG phone, you’ve got a problem too. The reason? LG phones come with an app called “Smart Notice” preloaded and activated […]

New Details on Previously Reported Landry Hack

Landry’s has been in the news recently because like so many other companies, they recently fell victim to a successful hacking attack. The company has released additional details about the […]

Is Microsoft Forcing Windows 10 On You?

Windows 10 has seen the fastest rate of adoption of any OS in Microsoft’s history. It’s unquestionably a good product, and even better, at least for a limited time, it’s […]

IRS Computer Failures Affecting Users

Are you planning to file your taxes online? If so, you may see some delays in getting your refund. The IRS has been experiencing intermittent problems with their eFile system […]

Data Attacks On The Rise – Neiman Marcus Latest Casualty

How long has it been since we’ve seen a full week go by without another headline of yet another data breach? Far too long, and this week is no exception. […]

Avoid Cheap USB-C Cables – Or Risk Your Machine

Everybody’s always looking for new ways to save money. A little here, a little there, and before you know it, you can realize significant savings. The problem with that approach, […]

Are Digital Assistants The Future Of Business?

If you use Microsoft products, you’ve no doubt made at least some use of Cortana, the company’s digital assistant function. If you’re in the Apple camp, then Siri has become […]

Update Your iPhone To Reduce Your Risk Of Attack

Smartphones rule the world. Even a few years ago, a statement like that would seem silly, but today, silly has become fact. There are more smartphones in active service today […]

Thieves Are Buying And Selling Your Information On The Dark Web

Have you been hacked? Has your personal information been compromised? If so, what are you worth? What’s your information selling for? If you’re curious, take a trip to the Dark […]

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