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7 Leading SEO Opportunities For 2017

by Wesley Kerrebrouck @ Digital Disruption

One of the most difficult (and aggravating!) aspects of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the constant change. Because search engine algorithms are continually enhanced to deliver better results, techniques to...

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10 Fun April Fools Office Pranks That Won't Get You Fired | Mannix Marketing, Inc.

10 Fun April Fools Office Pranks That Won't Get You Fired | Mannix Marketing, Inc.


Mannix Marketing, Inc.

April Fools Day is coming up, and it's the perfect time to have a little fun. If you're planning some April Fools office pranks, you will want to make sure you don't do anything too embarrassing or invasive to your coworkers (or your boss!) because you do have to work with these people AFTER the fool's holiday is over (unless you get fired, that is). So we've pulled together a list of 10 "good clean fun" April Fools office pranks that won't get you fired or otherwise outcast. Happy fooling! Plastic Wrapped Doorway - Whether it's the main door, your office door or the bathroom door, it can be hysterical watching a coworker bounce off! This prank is most effective in a dimly lit space to avoid glare spoiling the surprise. Sometimes just a strip waist high does the trick and goes most easily undetected. Dead Mouse - No, we're not talking about killing any real animals here! For this April Fools office prank, position a sticker (or tape a piece of paper) under the mouse on their computer.

Three Women Shaping the Future of Growth Acceleration

Three Women Shaping the Future of Growth Acceleration

by Samantha Stone @ B2B News Network

What do Paul Revere, sales and marketing rockstars and fighter pilots have in common? They were all in Boston for the Growth Acceleration Summit held at The Revere Hotel – complete with horse sculptures and a modern day mural depicting the famous Paul Revere ride. The Growth Acceleration Summit is one of the few events […]

Western Digital unveils next-generation technology to preserve and access the next decade of big data

by Patrick LEBRETON @ Global Security Mag Online

Company Builds on its Leadership of Delivering Industry's Highest Capacity Hard Drives with Demonstration of Breakthrough Innovation on Microwave-Assisted Magnetic Recording Technology At its “Innovating to Fuel the Next Decade of Big Data” event today, Western Digital Corp. announced a breakthrough innovation for delivering ultra-high capacity hard disk drives (HDDs) to meet the future demands of Big Data with proven data center-level reliability. The event, held at the company's (...) - Product Reviews

What new Context Cards Update Means for Snapchat

by Chris Parbey @ Edgy Labs

Snapchat’s new feature “Context Cards” allows you to find out more information about any snap you are viewing. Context Cards basically lets you research locations you see in snaps and provides you with extra info and possible actions you can perform. The disappearing messaging app has partnered with Uber, Lyft, Michelin, goop, OpenTable, Bookatable, Resy, […]

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Atos launches data encryption solution to enable businesses to be compliant with global regulations Atos' cybersecurity solution supports GDPR compliance

by Patrick LEBRETON @ Global Security Mag Online

Atos announces the Trustway Data Protection Suite, a new comprehensive data encryption solution, to protect sensitive data and effectively manage data security to reduce the risk of cyberattacks. This powerful platform enables businesses to protect, securely manage and migrate sensitive data wherever it resides, whether on-premises or in virtual, public, private or hybrid Cloud environments. This new solution will combine Trustway Hardware Security Module (HSM) with a ‘Gemalto Software (...) - Product Reviews

4 Ways to Protect Yourself from Ransomware

by Michael Anderson @ 365 Technologies Inc

Ransomware like Cryptolocker is a growing threat in the world of IT. Most recently, a ransomware attack known as “WannaCry” infected over 200,000 victims, using a hidden backdoor in systems that were running outdated versions of Windows. These ransomware attacks encrypt your company’s valuable files and hold them hostage until a ransom is paid – […]

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Microsoft Outlook Users Should Be Wary of New Ransomware | 365 Technologies Inc

Microsoft Outlook Users Should Be Wary of New Ransomware | 365 Technologies Inc


365 Technologies Inc

Ransomware is a particularly nasty strain of malware that continues to pop up in unexpected forms.

Accenture study says B2B firms need more control over sales channels

Accenture study says B2B firms need more control over sales channels

by Shane Schick @ B2B News Network

Nearly all B2B executives say channel partners are critical to their sales strategy but less than a quarter of them feel they have control over how the process works, according to a research study from Accenture. The consulting firm’s report, ‘B2B Customer Experience 2017,’ includes global responses from more than 1,300 people who showed just […]

Everything you need to know about the WannaCry / Wcry / WannaCrypt ransomware

Everything you need to know about the WannaCry / Wcry / WannaCrypt ransomware


Troy Hunt

I woke up to a flood of news about ransomware today. By virtue of being down here in Australia, a lot happens in business hours around the world while we're sleeping but conversely, that's given me some time to collate information whilst everyone else is taking a break. The WannaCry

Warning: Two Dangerous Ransomware Are Back – Protect Your Computers

by Debbie Schmidt @ Solutions & Thoughts by dsh Solutions/Debbie Schmidt

They’re baaaack, bigger and stronger. Learn how to protect yourself from the latest iterations of ransomware… Currently, there is no decryptor available to decrypt data locked by Mamba and Locky as well, so users are strongly advised to follow prevention … Continue reading

ManageEngine Empowers IT Help Desks with Active Directory Management

by H2S Media Team @ H2S Media

ManageEngine announced integration support for ServiceNow, ServiceDesk Plus, and Oracle and MS SQL databases within ADManager Plus, its Active Directory (AD) management and reporting solution. These services will allow to easily carried out the AD user management tasks for various technicians using ServiceNow, ServiceDesk Plus, and  HR applications. ADManager Plus integration in the ManageEngine will help the IT professionals to manage all Active Directory aspects including AD users. While the IT team busy with tools like ServiceDeskPlus and ServiceNow, the ADManager Plus manages and reports on Active Directory, Exchange, Office 365 and more. It helps in centralizing the control when dealing with IT issues. Active

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Cryptocurrencies: What Merchants Need to Know

Cryptocurrencies: What Merchants Need to Know

by Jared Ronski @ B2B News Network

Let’s face it: You’re not much of an ecommerce merchant by today’s standards if you’ve still never heard of Bitcoin. After all, it’s been nearly a decade since the original cryptocurrency was first used in a transaction. There is, however, no shame in admitting that you don’t have more than a peripheral understanding of Bitcoin. […]

Facebook out to read minds

by magtech_admin @ Magtech Solutions

Facebook wants to read your mind.   At least, when it comes to what you’d like to say or type. The social network giant, at its annual developers conference, unveiled Wednesday projects aimed at allowing users to use their minds to type messages or their skin to hear words. “Speech is essentially a compression algorithm,
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5 Budget Creative Audio devices in 2017 To Give As a Gift

by H2S Media Team @ H2S Media

Creative Technology is one of the well-known company that offers Mobile Headphones and Portable Speakers. Nuno Micro, Muvo2, SB Jam Wireless headphones are the few newly launched products of Creative. If you are planning to give some Audio devices as a gift to your loved one then you can have look at these budget creative audio products. Creative Nuno Micro Creative Nuno Micro is a high quality audio device, which is also piece of designer art. This wireless portable speaker also doubles as a speakerphone when connected to a smartphone via Bluetooth. You can switch between tracks and control volume

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IT Support ransomware Kent | IT Support London | AMJ IT Company

IT Support ransomware Kent | IT Support London | AMJ IT Company


AMJ IT

AMJ UK provides IT Support ransomware ensuring optimised security of your IT and we offer efficient software security solutions for your business.

Ransomware & You

by admin @ Pearl Street Consulting

A friendship made in hell, or why you need to take encryption seriously By Charles Groce, CEO of Pearl Street Consulting Republished from Graphic News magazine, October 2016 Imagine a scenario where you and your employees show up at the office one day and the doors are locked. And the only person capable of unlocking […]

How To Survive A Ransomware Attack - Infographic | Data First

How To Survive A Ransomware Attack - Infographic | Data First


Data First Digital Solutions

Ransomware attacks are malicious software that encrypts a device's files and applications. The attacker requests a ransom. Ransomware infographic on staying safe online.

SEO Facts In Under 5 Minutes, Episode 3

by Rocket55 @ Rocket55

Rocket55 SEO Specialist Matt Pfeifer walks us through the ideas behind Google Tag Manager. He explains what it can be used for, as well as who can benefit from the platform.     My name is Matthew Pfeifer, SEO specialist here at Rocket55, here to talk to you about the magic that is Google Tag

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Dealing with a Water-Damaged Hard Drive

by admin @ Data First Digital Solutions

During the cold South African winter months we are often reminded just how small we truly are when the heavens open up and the rain comes plummeting down. Due to the massive storms, we often experience the overflowing of river banks that then force the water to rush down towards the houses, destroying just about everything in its path. This Continue Reading

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Microsoft Edge browser porting to iOS and Android

by InCare Technologies @ InCare Technologies

Microsoft Edge, the default Windows 10 web browser, is now slated to appear on iOS and Android devices. This is great news for the modern business professional, who oftentimes works with a mix-and-match technology array. A nifty feature in mobile Edge, reminiscent of iOS’s Handoff, is the ability to continue what you were doing on […]

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Mobile Websites & Apps are the Future

by Alltech4u @

By now you have probably realized that Mobile Technology is absolutely huge in the world. Your business should be using advanced Mobile Websites and/or Apps that are appealing and helpful to the user. Business’ of the 21st Century are now getting there information to the customer over 50% of the […]

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The “S” in HTTPS is More Important Than You May Think

by Admin @ 365 Technologies Inc

It would be an understatement to say that security, particularly encryption, is important while browsing the web. Though it was only recently that encryption became a major pain point for government regulation, encryption has been around for a very long time. The average user can get a taste of online encryption through the average website […]

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Say NO to Ransomware!

by Simon Vetterli @ Samui Infotech

Note: Massive WannaCry/Wcry Ransomware Attack Hits Various Countries Be 100% Aware! You may have heard about the massive outbreak of the ransomware called “WannaCry”. We are writing to assure you that the latest version of Trend Micro Security provides effective protection against WannaCry. Trend Micro has been aware of this potential exploit and has been protecting […]

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MS Office Built-in Feature Allows Malware Execution Without Macros Enabled

by Debbie Schmidt @ Solutions & Thoughts by dsh Solutions/Debbie Schmidt

This exploit uses the users’ common sense against themselves. Security researchers at Cisco’s Talos threat research group have discovered one such attack campaign spreading malware-equipped Microsoft Word documents that perform code execution on the targeted device without requiring Macros enabled … Continue reading

Freelance SEO Essex director supports Enspire Success Mock Interview Programme

by admin @

Last week, I took part in the Enspire Success: Work Ready & Mock Interview Programme at Thomas More High School for Boys in Westcliff on Sea, Essex. The initiative, which was co-ordinated by EnSpirit Global, was designed to help Year … Continue reading

How to Deploy SecureSphere WAF on Azure

How to Deploy SecureSphere WAF on Azure

by Offir Zigelman @ Blog | Imperva

If you host apps in the cloud, then you need security in the cloud. The Imperva SecureSphere Web Application Firewall (WAF) identifies and acts upon dangers maliciously woven into innocent-looking website traffic, both on-premises and in the cloud, such as: Blocking technical attacks such as SQL injection, cross-site scripting and remote file inclusion that exploit […]

Everything You Need to Know About Facebook Privacy

by Jason @ NEPA Geeks

Everything You Need to Know About Facebook Privacy Finding the balance between Facebook privacy and Facebook fun can be challenging. It’s a double-edged sword that allows us to connect with friends no matter where they live, but it also publicly shares information that just a few years ago, we’d never dream of putting online. You can search for people based on where they went to school, town they live in, clubs they belong to, who they’re related to but when is it too much? Your birthday is the first piece of info collected when you sign up, and it’s great getting birthday wishes from friends and family when it appears in their newsfeed. But while Facebook is sending you balloons and funny memes, your birthday is now public knowledge. It seems harmless, but when you call your bank or other institution, whatís the first question they ask to verify your identity? Your birthday! Some password recovery systems even ask questions like ‘which high school did you go to?’ assuming this is knowledge that only you would know. Except you’ve just publicly shared it on Facebook. Whoops! We’ve all heard stories of people who’ve lost their jobs after less-than-wholesome pictures or statements have gone public. If you have a reputation to keep, you definitely don’t want pictures from last weekend’s private party showing up, especially if you really let your hair down. While you can’t control what others do with photos they take of you, you can control whether or not you’re tagged in them. Fortunately, there are settings in Facebook that allow you to control who sees what information and what happens when youíre tagged. Despite what you may have heard or seen floating around in a Facebook share hoax, you do have complete control over your Facebook privacy, and it’s easy to adjust. How to Check and Adjust Your Facebook Privacy Settings See what your account looks like to an outsider From your Facebook homepage, click your name on the blue bar at the top of the page. Click the three dots next to ‘View Activity Log’ and then select ‘View as’ Run a quick privacy checkup Click the question mark in the top right corner and choose ‘privacy checkup’. Think about what you really need to share ñ do people need to know the YEAR of your birth or just your birthday? Your friends will still get the notification, and you’ll still get the balloons. Edit advanced privacy While the checkup covers the most obvious info, you can go much deeper. Click the V-shaped dropdown to the right of the question mark. Go to settings and choose privacy. Adjust timeline and tagging In the privacy settings, you can explicitly control who can tag you, who can see or share the tagged content, and what shows up on your newsfeed. Tightening your Facebook privacy only takes a few minutes, but it can save you a whole lot of trouble in the future. If you need help with this, just give us a call at 570.235.1946.

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17 Internet of Everything Facts That Everyone Should Read

by Alltech4u @

The Internet of Things is here and it’s growing rapidly.  Internet of Things (IoT) or Internet of Everything (IoE) refers to devices or objects that are connected to the Internet, like your smartwatch, Fitbit, or even your refrigerator. These devices are able to collect and transmit data via the Internet, […]

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3 best antivirus software for preventing Petya/GoldenEye ransomware

3 best antivirus software for preventing Petya/GoldenEye ransomware


Windows Report - Windows 10 and Microsoft News, How-to Tips

If you want to make sure you won't be affected by Petya, GoldenEye, Mischa or other similar dangerous ransomware, here are the best antivirus to use

Minimize System Downtime Risk By Following these Simple Tips

by Michael Anderson @ 365 Technologies Inc

In the world of modern business, even short periods of downtime in critical IT infrastructure can seriously damage productivity. It’s estimated by experts at Gartner that, in a large business, a single hour of system downtime results in serious budget issues – costing companies up to $42,000! Because of this, it’s critical to follow network […]

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Defining Ransomware Attacks and How to Prevent Them - Digital Marketing and Managed IT Services, Little Rock, AR

Defining Ransomware Attacks and How to Prevent Them - Digital Marketing and Managed IT Services, Little Rock, AR


Digital Marketing and Managed IT Services, Little Rock, AR

Partnering with a cybersecurity company for ransomware protection can help you avoid loss of data, time, and money.

Collabora Online 1.0 is out!

by admin @ Pearl Street Consulting

Okay, so here is a project I’ve been watching closely.  Collabora Online is like an open source, self-hosted Google Docs.  And they’ve just released their first production version. Although the lay person might wonder why someone would need to have their own Google Docs, I can think of at least a couple of applications wherein […]

Your Hospital’s Explosive Consumerism Makeover

by Stewart Gandolf @ Healthcare Success

[Series Installment] It looks like the majority of hospitals throughout the US want to be gearing up for major advances in consumerism. From a marketing and business development perspective, the institutions that make aggressive consumer moves will differentiate themselves from the other 92 percent of the industry. A mere eight percent of hospitals and health […]

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Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder at Healthcare Success Strategies

Stewart Gandolf, MBA, is CEO of Healthcare Success, a medical marketing and health care advertising agency. He is also a frequent writer and speaker. Most importantly, he is happily married and a "rock-n-roll daddy" to two wonderful girls.

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Worldwide cyberattack could spark more trouble Monday

by magtech_admin @ Magtech Solutions

Companies worldwide are bracing for even more fallout from the biggest cyberattack ever as their workers head back to the office Monday. The massive ransomware attacks that started late Friday have locked people out of their computers and demanded hundreds of dollars from the users before they could regain control.  The attacks exploit a vulnerability
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Ransomware: How to Survive an Attack

by admin @ Data First Digital Solutions

Ransomware — the term comes from “ransom” and “software” — is a type of computer virus that prevents users from accessing their systems until a sum of money is paid. Cyber-criminals implant this malicious virus into emails, websites and applications, that we unknowingly activate. It is often disguised as an HTML link or attachment. Once clicked on it encrypts certain Continue Reading

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Ransomware – what you can do to help reduce the risk.

Ransomware – what you can do to help reduce the risk.


BITS Computer Support and Repair Services in Kilkenny, Carlow, Dublin, Wicklow, Wexford, Kildare and Waterford. Providing Computer Support Services, Maintenance, PC Sales Support Services as well as Website Design and Hosting.

You have no doubt heard of computer viruses and if you’ve followed any of our previous blog posts, you’ll know that it’s a subject that we discuss quite a bit. The latest trend in terms of malicious software (also known as malware) is the area of Ransomware and it is becoming increasingly common.

Rocket55's 2016 SEO Mythbusters | Rocket55 Blog

Rocket55's 2016 SEO Mythbusters | Rocket55 Blog


Rocket55

We'll help you start the New Year off strong by understanding some SEO myths from the past year. Are you ready to optimize?

How to Protect AWS ECS with SecureSphere WAF

How to Protect AWS ECS with SecureSphere WAF

by Giora Omer @ Blog | Imperva

Adoption of container technology is growing widely. More and more workloads are being transferred from traditional EC2 compute instances to container-based services. However, the need for securing the web traffic remains the same regardless of the elected platform. In this post, we’ll deep dive into protecting web applications running on AWS ECS with SecureSphere WAF. […]

Without Definition, Toxic Company Cultures Flourish

Without Definition, Toxic Company Cultures Flourish

by Rex Conner @ B2B News Network

Investopedia defines a corporate culture as its beliefs and behaviors that determine how a company’s employees and management interact and handle outside business transactions. They say it can develop organically over time from the cumulative traits of the people the company hires. Too often, however, a corporate culture becomes implied and not expressly defined, leading to interpretation and conflict. […]

Samsung Launches Galaxy Tab A 2017 in India

by H2S Media Team @ H2S Media

Samsung has launched Galaxy Tab A 2017  with 8 inches display along 5000mAh battery.  The Galaxy Tab A 2017  8-inch has 480 nit brightness level. Its powered by 5000 mAh battery which company claims can give you the non-stop multimedia usage for up to 14 hours. Galaxy Tab A 2017 is also equipped with flagship Artificial Intelligence feature called Bixby Home. It can learn from your behavior and can predict what you might be looking for. The tablet also has pre-installed Kids Mode to allow you children play and learn in a safe environment.  Kids Mode offers parents and children a library

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How to access the traditional Control Panel lost in the Windows 10 Creators Update

by support @ South Jersey Techies, LLC

Microsoft is phasing out the traditional Control Panel with the Windows 10 Creators Update, but with a few tweaks you can still access it. Mark Kaelin explains how. Microsoft has been slowly and methodically rolling out the Windows 10 Creators Update to customers throughout 2017. If you are one of the lucky ones to receive […]

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Off-site backups are essential

by InCare Technologies @ InCare Technologies

If you’re not performing off-site replication as part of your backup strategy, you’re not doing it properly.   Backups are crucial to having a sound disaster recovery plan. Data is one of the most valuable commodities, and losing it can be outright catastrophic for many businesses. There are many options for backups these days. However, […]

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How Tesco Can Improve Their Traffic, Content and Sales

by Tom @ dijitul

One of the UK’s leading grocery and general merchandise retailers are missing out on huge traffic and sales. Yes, you read that right. Even some of the largest brands in the UK can improve their traffic, content, and even conversions. How, you ask? Simple, by improving their content marketing to attract more customers and sell […]

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Sendit – large file transfer and sharing service

by David Hodgson @ Infinity Business Systems

Sending information by email is still one of the most popular and convenient ways to share information and files. However you...

Three lessons for print from the restaurant industry

by admin @ Pearl Street Consulting

What to do when market pressure tries to lower your bottom line By Charles Groce, CEO of Pearl Street Consulting Republished from Graphic News magazine, January 2017 It doesn’t matter what industry you’re in, making money is first and foremost about doing more with less. This applies not only to the efficient physical operation of […]

Social Media Is Essential for Digital Marketing Success

by Avery Bingham @ Digital Marketing and Managed IT Services, Little Rock, AR

Discover the links between social media and digital marketing, and how to effectively use both for your business. Social media allows firms to track customer reactions, spur more inbound traffic and links, and convince past customers to return. As an Internet marketing company, iProv, LLC is committed to helping its clients get the most out […]

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6 Simple Tips to Protect Your Customer Data

by Jason @ NEPA Geeks

6 Simple Tips to Protect Your Customer Data As cyber-attacks continue to make headlines, hackers are exposing or selling customer data files in record numbers. But just like with any threat, there are actions you can take to minimize risk and ensure your business retains a positive reputation among customers. Stop using the same password on repeat. Set a mandate for all staff that passwords must be unique for each user and for your workplace. That means it can’t be remotely like the one on their home PC, tablet or online banking. Passwords are hacked more than ever, so when you’re prompted for a password change, dig deep and really think about what goes into a hacker-proof password. If remembering them is a problem, consider one of the latest password management tools. Go on a shredding spree. How much sensitive data is being dumped into the recycling bin? Valuable customer data is often taken from the bins of small businesses and quickly sold or published. It’s not just good practice to shred sensitive documents, it’s the law. Take 5 seconds to run documents through the shredder or book in the services of a secure shredding company. Ditch the accounting spreadsheets. Still using an Excel doc for all your number-crunching? Besides making your accountant’s job harder (and more expensive), you’re opening your business to a massive range of vulnerabilities. Even with password-protection, spreadsheets aren’t designed to safeguard your financials or those of your clients. Upgrade to a proper accounting solution with built-in customer data protections and security guarantees. Train staff explicitly. You can’t rely on common sense because what you think is a given might be news to someone else. It can be extremely beneficial to hold special data-safety training sessions once or twice a year as a reminder, as well as take the time to induct new staff into the way things are done. Limit access to data. Just like the bank manager who guards the keys to the vault, you can limit who accesses your data. Revoke employee access as soon as they leave your business for good, and set rules around who can access what – and when. Do they need access to sensitive information while working from home? Should they be able to change the files, or only view them? Keep your software updated. Possibly the most preventable hack, having outdated software can be an open invitation for cyber-criminals. They look for known weaknesses in business software and waltz right in. While the nagging pop-ups and reminders to update can feel like a selling ploy, they’re actually helping your business to stay in the safe zone. Updated software gives you protection against new viruses and hacking techniques, plus closes off those nasty weaknesses. If you would like to make sure your business is secure from data breaches, give us a call at 570.235.1946.

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Inside the Mind Of… Ben Carpel

Inside the Mind Of… Ben Carpel

by Dave Gordon @ B2B News Network

With a background in the world of finance and investing – not tech – Ben Carpel might seem an unlikely CEO for the all-in-one business dashboard company Cyfe. Talking to him though, it’s clear that his entrepreneurial tendencies are a great fit for the software company where he took the reigns in 2015. He’s been […]

WannaCry Ransomware: What is it? And How to Protect Yourself?

WannaCry Ransomware: What is it? And How to Protect Yourself?


Iknoor Technology Pvt. Ltd. (ITPL)

what is wanna cry ransomware? where does it came from? how to protect yourself from this malacious software? Read this article to save your computer.

Exclusive offer from BigBeagle.com

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Exclusive offer from: BigBeagle.com  |  24/7 Support: 8885051532 Don’t forget to visit our coupon page at http://bigbeagle.com/coupons for the latest and greatest promotions. Save 10% on all new purchases of $40 or more. Great products just for you. Hurry before the offer expires. Use promo code rs317a5 in your cart when you order. *Some limitations apply. Applicable […]

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How to Use Twitter for SEO: Link Building

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Despite what everyone may want to think about SEO, links are still dominating as a ranking factor. In fact, Moz’s most recent search engine ranking factors revealed that the number of links to a given page has one of the highest correlations to rankings. That said, link building should always […]

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Providing Website Security

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One of the single most important things after getting a custom designed website is to protect your new website with the newest advances in security. At Alltech4u, we are constantly looking for ways to make our clients’ websites more secure. Typically this means protecting them from viruses, spam problems, blacklisting, […]

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Bo Knows Security – Whiteboard Wednesday [Video]

Bo Knows Security – Whiteboard Wednesday [Video]

by Bo Kim @ Blog | Imperva

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) and to address this week’s theme of “Cybersecurity in the Workplace is Everyone’s Business” our Whiteboard Wednesday this month features Bo Kim, head of information security at Imperva. When it comes to building a security program, focusing only on technology and processes puts organizations in a weak […]

Ransomware-as-a-Service + Malicious Insiders = Deadly Threat – Blog | Imperva

Ransomware-as-a-Service + Malicious Insiders = Deadly Threat – Blog | Imperva


Blog | Imperva

Ransomware as a Service (RaaS) is an emerging concept in which Ransomware authors provide customized, on-demand versions of malware to distributors.

Dell EMC Expands Commitment to Microsoft Customers with Converged Infrastructure Advancements

by Patrick LEBRETON @ Global Security Mag Online

Story Highlights Dell EMC XC Series offers new integration with Dell EMC data protection and Microsoft Windows 2016 for simplified backup and hyper-converged infrastructure management Dell EMC approved to deliver Microsoft Azure through the Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) Direct and Indirect Microsoft partner model to offer end-to-end Microsoft Azure Stack hybrid cloud solutions directly to consumers and through channel partners globally Dell EMC Ready Bundle for Microsoft SQL Server (...) - Market News

FBI investigating growing number of ransomware cases, report says

FBI investigating growing number of ransomware cases, report says


GeekWire

Ransomware, the name given to a form of online extortion, is becoming a bigger threat in the United States. Ransomware is software that is surreptitiously loaded onto a victim’s computer hard drive…

Demandbase ABM update combines targeting, engagement and conversion tools

Demandbase ABM update combines targeting, engagement and conversion tools

by Shane Schick @ B2B News Network

Demandbase on Thursday added self-service capabilities and additional artificial intelligence tools to its account-based marketing platform, promising an easier way for companies to find the right people, set up and manage campaigns. Focused on targeting, engagement and conversion, the latest Demandbase ABM will include integrations from more than 50 other martech tools and streamline the […]

Greg Bird launches a solo homer in Game 1 of the ALCS: 10/13/17

Greg Bird launches a solo homer in Game 1 of the ALCS: 10/13/17

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Greg Bird belts the only home run in Game 1 of the ALCS on October 13, 2017Check out http://MLB.com/video for more!About MLB.com: Former Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig announced on January 19, 2000, that the 30 Major League Club owners…

I'm Now Running Remote Workshops

I'm Now Running Remote Workshops

by Troy Hunt @ Troy Hunt

Almost 2 and a half years ago to the day, I left the corporate world. It's funny looking back on it because on the one hand, 2 and a half years isn't that long but on the other hand, it was a lifetime ago; my life is totally different today

Over 711 Million Email Addresses Exposed From SpamBot Server

by Debbie Schmidt @ Solutions & Thoughts by dsh Solutions/Debbie Schmidt

Don’t despair, here is a link to a site that will tell you whether your email account has been breached.  https://haveibeenpwned.com/  I am very careful and I was breached in 4 areas: Adobe breach 2012 (changed in 2014); LinkedIn in … Continue reading

Exchange Online/Office 365 scam activity

by InCare Technologies @ InCare Technologies

Our security team and help desk are tracking an alarming uptick in Office 365-related phishing emails targeting Exchange Online customers. Bad actors appear to be targeting Office 365/Exchange Online users with fake warnings of data loss, message non-delivery, and/or account suspension. The message content purports to contain technical information that would exceed the average user’s […]

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Jack Dorsey sums up Square’s competitive advantage in attracting independent merchants

Jack Dorsey sums up Square’s competitive advantage in attracting independent merchants

by Shane Schick @ B2B News Network

Just as the character limits on Twitter are getting longer, Jack Dorsey says merchants can expect an expanded suite of tools from Square following the launch of its contactless chip card reader in Canada — and he’s not worried about the competition from Shopify. The CEO of both Square and Twitter was in Toronto Tuesday […]

Businesses most at risk from new breed of ransomware

by Wesley Kerrebrouck @ Digital Disruption

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Grow more efficiently

by magtech_admin @ Magtech Solutions

How can your business grow more efficiently? What your business needs is that you reduce costs while getting the right technology for every phase of your business growth. How do you even do this? How do you also get the right technology that perfectly matches your business? The only constant is change, especially when it
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Tips To Prevent Negative SEO On Your Website

by ITPL Admin @ Iknoor Technology Pvt. Ltd. (ITPL)

  SEO is a very competitive field, and in some cases many professionals go too far. Is your site, all of a sudden having long loading time? Is your site getting guests from a wide range of strange referrers? It is safe to say that you are getting huge amounts of bad online reviews? Has

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The Best Online Tools for Digital Marketing Agencies

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Since Freelance SEO Essex took its first baby steps five years ago, we have tried and tested just about every online tool that has promised to streamline our workflows and improve productivity. Some of these tools are specifically for digital … Continue reading

What is the Petya ransomware

by magtech_admin @ Magtech Solutions

In May, the WannaCry ransomware virus quickly spread around the world infecting hundreds of thousands of computers and locking their owners out of files. Now, another piece of malware is infecting machines at scale. A new strain of malicious code dubbed Petya (often referred to as Petrwrap) was first spotted encrypting computers in Ukraine before
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Microsoft warns ransomware cyber-attack is a wake-up call

by magtech_admin @ Magtech Solutions

A cyber-attack that has hit 150 countries since Friday should be treated by governments around the world as a “wake-up call”, Microsoft says. It blamed governments for storing data on software vulnerabilities which could then be accessed by hackers. It says the latest virus exploits a flaw in Microsoft Windows identified by, and stolen from,
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Bits and CipherTechs sign landmark teaming agreement

by admin @ BITS Computer Support and Repair Services in Kilkenny, Carlow, Dublin, Wicklow, Wexford, Kildare and Waterford. Providing Computer Support Services, Maintenance, PC Sales Support Services as well as Website Design and Hosting.

Bits has signed a landmark teaming agreement with global firm CipherTechs which will see the companies work together on high level security projects right across Ireland as they prepare for stiff new data protection regulations. As reported by TechnCentral.ie, SiliconRepublic.com and businesspost.ie, Bits is CipherTechs’ first ever Irish teaming partner and the new agreement is expected to see job numbers at ...

13 Ways to Reduce your Exposure to Cell Phone Radiation

by H2S Media Team @ H2S Media

The age of the smartphone and 24*7 hyper-connectivity is truly upon us. Our smartphones have become a reflection of who we are – our choices, our tastes, our interests, and insecurities. Smartphones have become miniaturized microcosms of lives. In our line of work of EMF radiation assessments, we are faced with multiple requests for cell tower audits – and yet we see people carry a mini cell tower on them 24 hours in a day – their own smartphones. By our estimates, your cell phone radiation exposure from the cell tower outside your home is less than 20% of the

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Ransomware attacks and IT Support for your business

by sarah @ AMJ IT

On May 12, 2017 a major ransomware attack took place worldwide called TheWannaCry ransomware attack and considered as one of the biggest and most complex incident by the NCSC. Our technical teams provide you with advice on what ransomware is, how to prevent it and mitigate its effects.

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The Science of Design: Knowing how consumers respond to visual information can benefit your brand more than you think.

by admin @ Pearl Street Consulting

This article was published in the April 2017 edition of Graphic News magazine, the publication of the Printing Industries of Michigan. Good design answers questions, while great design also solves problems. Trends shift, technology advances, but the cornerstone of great design is found in science – not subjectivity. The human brain processes visual information 60,000 […]

Create A Writing Strategy For Effective Content Marketing on Your Website

by Br3vity @ Brevity Digital Design & Branding

How To Write Content For Better SEO Learn what makes great content marketing, how to properly format for search engines & develop a plan for great content time after time. Great content marketing doesn’t happen by accident. Companies that continue to rank at the top of Google search for keyword […]

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One-Stop Shop

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What do we mean when we describe ourselves as a One-Stop Shop? It’s actually quite simple. We are based in West Michigan and built upon the foundation of Integrity & Helping Businesses Succeed. We are a “One-Stop Shop” for all of your technology needs. There isn’t much that we don’t […]

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The 8 Biggest Announcements – Today’s Microsoft Event

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Microsoft wants artists and content creators to want its products.The company unveiled multiple creative-minded products at its keynote today, including a major Windows 10 upgrade called the “Creators Update” and a gorgeous PC called the Surface Studio. It has 80 custom parts in its arm alone! Most of today’s announcements […]

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What Was the June 25 Google Update?

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Update Rated 9.5 is Among Most Significant Seen This Year Google issues updates every day, but according to commentators in the SEO world, the one that took place on 25 June was something a little out of the ordinary in … Continue reading

How ‘DISRUPTIVE’ is ‘DISRUPTIVE MARKETING’

by Wesley Kerrebrouck @ Digital Disruption

Disruptive marketing has more to do with rethinking the brand as a whole, not just its advertising campaigns. Most organisations typically stick to tried-and-tested, conventional trade practices and promotions, coming...

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Should you build your website on WordPress or Wix or Weebly?

by AppleAdmin @ Appletree Mediaworks

While deciding whether to build your new website with Wix, Weebly, or WordPress, there are several questions to consider. What is your budget? WordPress, Wix and Weebly sites all start at free. They each offer premium versions that allow for you to use your own domains, hosting and add-on features. Building and maintaining a WordPress […]

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How to Make Your Photos Last A Lifetime (and Beyond)

by Jason @ NEPA Geeks

How to Make Your Photos Last A Lifetime (and Beyond) Digital cameras are great, and thanks to smartphones, we have one with us almost all the time. We’re taking more photos than ever before, and building a lifetime of digital data. But despite the enormous value of these photos and videos, most people don’t have a backup. It’s time to shine a light on this essential task and make it a regular habit before those precious memories are gone forever. If you asked someone what possession they’d save from a house fire, most would say photos, and they’d make a point of grabbing a frame or album on the way out. But with digital photos, you don’t need a fire to lose everything, they could simply disappear in the blink of an eye with hardware failure or theft. There’s no warning, no smoke alarm, and without a plan already in place, no chance to recover the data. It’s time to get set up with a true backup system. Is one copy enough? You might think saving your information to an external hard drive or flash drive is enough. You’re right, it’s better than nothing, but since the data is stored in only one place, this isn’t a backup – it’s just storage. That drive could fail at any moment, perhaps from age, malfunction or plain old theft. Often enough, that drive even becomes lost over the years, put somewhere ‘safe’ and promptly forgotten! And with the way technology is moving, accessing that data in 5 years might even bring up compatibility issues ñ some newer computers don’t even have CD/DVD drives, yet hundreds of thousands of homes would still have photos stored on a disc. Two copies? You might have your extra storage drive as backup and keep a copy on your computer. This is a better solution, and how most people store their data, but it still isn’t enough. While you’re protected against device failure, that house fire is going to take both copies up in flames. Thieves would probably grab the external drive while they’re bundling up your computer too, so again, you’d be left with zero copies. It’s close, but it’s not a true backup system. The rule of three We subscribe to the backup rule of three. Just reading this may sound like overkill, but tech is fragile and device failure is a constant risk. We recommend keeping one copy on the computer/device, another on an external drive, and a third copy as last resort tucked safely away in the cloud. The cloud backup can be fully automated so you don’t even need to worry about remembering to do it. If the day comes that you need your data back, it’s ready and waiting in perfect condition. Cloud technology also means your data is far away from any potential fire or flood, it’s secure and with the right provider, guaranteed against loss. There’s a saying in the IT industry: “There are two kinds of people: those who backup, and those who have never lost all their data”. No matter what the cause of your data loss, it always has a deep impact, particularly when it comes to precious data. While re-creating some homework or the family budget might just be inconvenient, there’s no way to recreate photos once they’re gone. It’s a loss that hurts for a long time, but it’s also so very avoidable. If you value your data, give us a call at 570.235.1946 to implement a well-rounded backup system.

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SEO – You need it!

by Simon Vetterli @ Samui Infotech

Thinking about SEO – we start thinking about Google – and been listed on the first page! Yes, You do need SEO – in a right way and sustainable! Anyone who wants to be found as a provider, from any services, in the fast-growing, global web today by his target group, does not come around having a […]

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GDPR – What is it? Be Prepared, Get Ready!

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The security of data is becoming a huge area of concern for businesses and with good reason. In the early days of computers in businesses, storage space was the challenge. Then backing up the data in case of a crash became important. Then securing the network in case of an attack or some malicious intent became the concern. None of those concerns have gone away, but, now we need to ensure the privacy of that data or risk being taken to court!

IT Support Contract – What to Expect

by sarah @ AMJ IT

Like an insurance, knowing that you have a competent support contractor to call on in times of need gives a certain amount of peace of mind. But you have to carefully choose the company and the level of support required and then take your responsibilities seriously the support contract may not cover everything !

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WordPress To Go HTTPS Only

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WordPress is planning to go HTTPS only this year. Matt Mullenwag, the founder of WordPress, announced in December 2016 that certain features of WordPress will soon require that WordPress is installed on a secure server. So, what does this mean … Continue reading

X-Prize founder wants companies to set up ‘crazy ideas’ departments

X-Prize founder wants companies to set up ‘crazy ideas’ departments

by Shane Schick @ B2B News Network

Faster and cheaper computing power, coupled with improved quality of life around the world, should have every business thinking about how they could improve their importance by a factor of 10, according to X-Prize founder Peter Diamandis. Speaking at the first-ever SingularityU Canada Summit on Wednesday, the entrepreneur — whose X-Prize foundation helps fund breakthrough […]

The Evolution of Search Engine Marketing

by AppleAdmin @ Appletree Mediaworks

Clients often ask us whether they should invest in SEO (Search Engine Optimization) or SEM (Search Engine Marketing). The answer often depends on the client’s individual needs, but essential to making that decision is truly understanding the difference between the two. SEO is a long term investment. It involves making tweaks and adding content with […]

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Why Your Business Needs an IT Security Audit

by Michael Anderson @ 365 Technologies Inc

In the modern, data-driven world, IT security audits are more important than ever. The growing complexity of cloud services, data networks, and disaster recovery backup services make comprehensive IT security audits a must-have for business owners. Without an IT security audit, your business may be at serious risk – and you may not even know […]

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Follow the Funnel: A Guide to Successful Campaign Structures PART I

by Rocket55 @ Rocket55

Now that you have implemented a few pay-per-click campaigns, you are probably starting to get a feel for what is working and what isn’t. You might even be realizing that your entire strategy is a disaster and you need to start from scratch. If your sales team or your bottom line aren’t seeing the results

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Courts Challenge Internet Speech

by AppleAdmin @ Appletree Mediaworks

Many people view the Internet as a vast playground where they are free to express their online speech without consequence. Recent legal trends, however, seem to be leading us down a different path. US Corporations have been coming down hard with litigation – and often winning – against individuals for offenses as seemingly harmless as […]

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Massive Global Ransomware Attack Underway, Patch Available

Massive Global Ransomware Attack Underway, Patch Available


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UPDATE on Sunday at 1:40PM PST: New variants of WannaCrypt are now emerging. We have posted an updated blog post that includes instructions on how to protect yourself.  UPDATE on Saturday 9am PST: The attack was accidentally stopped yesterday when a malware researcher registered a domain that appeared in the ransomware source code. They later discovered that the author …

39 Essential Google Search Operators Every SEO Ought to Know

by Debbie Schmidt @ Solutions & Thoughts by dsh Solutions/Debbie Schmidt

Some you probably know, but what about excluding multiple words or phrases?  What about finding words near each other?  Read the article to learn how this is done! In SEO, it’s often the little things that matter. After you’ve learned … Continue reading

How To Easily Maintain Your SEO Rankings

by Tom @ dijitul

I’m sure that you’ll agree that getting to the top of Google rankings is one of the most important aspects of SEO, and it feels great when you get there.  But, maintaining that top spot can be a whole different challenge of its own. However, it doesn’t have to be difficult, and maintaining top spot can […]

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Ransomware: Extortion-Based Cyber Crime - B2B News Network

Ransomware: Extortion-Based Cyber Crime - B2B News Network


B2B News Network

Ransomware isn't new, but it still presents a security challenge because of the ever-evolving technology, as cyber criminals hone their skills.

Why Small businesses need a server

by sarah @ AMJ IT

No matter how small the business, a server is an integral part of your success. In the early stages for a new start-up, a server will help you to grow in terms of optimised communication and will ensure increased productivity.

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The Benefits of Creating an eNewsletter Like Ours

by Stewart Gandolf @ Healthcare Success

There’s a good chance that you navigated your way to this article with the help of our newsletter, Healthcare Success INSIGHT. For nearly a decade, our free marketing newsletter and blog have helped subscribers learn how to boost their marketing effectiveness. We thought this was a good opportunity to share some of how this works, […]

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Stewart Gandolf, MBA, is CEO of Healthcare Success, a medical marketing and health care advertising agency. He is also a frequent writer and speaker. Most importantly, he is happily married and a "rock-n-roll daddy" to two wonderful girls.

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Old Windows PCs can stop WannaCry ransomware with new Microsoft patch - South Jersey Techies, LLC

Old Windows PCs can stop WannaCry ransomware with new Microsoft patch - South Jersey Techies, LLC


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In a rare step, Microsoft published a patch for Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 and Windows 8 Users of old Windows systems can now download a patch to protect them from this week’s massive ransomware attack. In a rare step, Microsoft published a patch for Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 and Windows 8 — all …

CMO to CMO: Let’s Prove It

CMO to CMO: Let’s Prove It

by James Regan @ B2B News Network

B2B marketers have long faced the strenuous task of proving the impact of their work. Though it remains one of the most daunting aspects of the job, demonstrating ROI is becoming easier thanks to marketing technology and, specifically, predictive analytics. At this point, most CMOs have at least toyed with the idea of launching a predictive analytics-driven […]

Follow the Funnel: A Guide to Successful Campaign Structures PART II

by Rocket55 @ Rocket55

Welcome back to Rocket55’s Follow the Funnel guide for PPC campaign structures! Missed part one? Get caught up here.   Now that we are all on the same page, let’s jump right back into things as we move our way down to the bottom of the funnel.   Bottom Funnel Strategy The bottom of the

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How to stop WhatsApp from sharing your info with Facebook

by admin @ BITS Computer Support and Repair Services in Kilkenny, Carlow, Dublin, Wicklow, Wexford, Kildare and Waterford. Providing Computer Support Services, Maintenance, PC Sales Support Services as well as Website Design and Hosting.

In recent days, Whatsapp and Facebook have received negative feedback after it was revealed that the messaging app (purchased by Facebook 2 years ago) was updating its privacy policy and included within was confirmation that it was sharing your account information with Facebook, Why? Well among other things, they say to provide better targeted ads.

Website Privacy: I Like Big Data I Cannot Lie

by AppleAdmin @ Appletree Mediaworks

By now, most people understand that websites collect data behind the scenes (often without notice). You may even opt to volunteer information by filling out and submitting an online form. But what rights do the website owners have to your data? Who can they share it with? What are your rights? These are all great questions that […]

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58-plus Awesome Ideas to Inspire Your Local Community Marketing

by Stewart Gandolf @ Healthcare Success

There are dozens of compelling reasons to include community marketing ideas, activities and outreach events in your plan. For any hospital or provider practice, working with the local public—down home at the grassroots level—is engaging, rewarding…and usually, a lot of fun. Community marketing engages and attracts prospective customers on a local level through their cities […]

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Stewart Gandolf, MBA, is CEO of Healthcare Success, a medical marketing and health care advertising agency. He is also a frequent writer and speaker. Most importantly, he is happily married and a "rock-n-roll daddy" to two wonderful girls.

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15 Important Facts About WannaCry Ransomware Virus - Internet News - Rapid Purple

15 Important Facts About WannaCry Ransomware Virus - Internet News - Rapid Purple


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A cyber-attack is the worst nightmare for everyone, be it an individual or a business. The technology world was rocked by the biggest ever cyber-extortion

Massive Ransomware Attack Strikes Globally | Infinity Business Systems

Massive Ransomware Attack Strikes Globally | Infinity Business Systems


Infinity Business Systems

A massive ransomware attack struck globally infecting organisations and companies including the NHS, Fedex and Renault. Dubbed as Wannacrypt the virus is being delivered by email and also exploits vulnerabilities in un-patched computers, with computers running older Windows XP being the most vulnerable. What is Ransomware? Ransomware is a form of malicious code or 'malware' that encrypts files on the infected computer and network and demands a fee to decrypt the files. Holding your files to hostage the ransom increases as time goes by with files eventually becoming unrecoverable if payment is not made, paying the ransom does not guarantee the release of your files. Ransomware is usually delivered by emails containing links to the malicious code or well known file types such as Word Documents or PDF files which are usually considered friendly, safe file types. The files usually contain the code to infect the computer and spread to the wider network. Example of the Wannacrypt

Facebook Marketing For Small Business

by ITPL Admin @ Iknoor Technology Pvt. Ltd. (ITPL)

  Social media advertising is a good way to connect with potential customers and reaching out to new audience and no platform is more popularly utilized than Facebook. About 68 percent of American adults have Facebook accounts, as per a Pew Research Center study from 2016. By correlation, the second-most well known social media platform

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Tips to Prevent Data Loss

by admin @ Data First Digital Solutions

We live in a world where just about everything is stored digitally, from photo albums to important documents, people’s contact information to important dates. With such monumental amounts of data containing vital aspects of our lives being stored, there is no denying that when data loss does take place, it leaves us curled up in the foetal position in a Continue Reading

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Biggest SEO Mistakes You’re Making in 2017

by ITPL Admin @ Iknoor Technology Pvt. Ltd. (ITPL)

SEO has always been a moving target. Search engines are constantly updating the methodology by which they determine rank as they respond to behavioral and technical shifts online. For example, the rise of mobile devices completely changed the way Google weighted factors like site load speed and mobile responsive design. Sites with light and easy

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B2B News Network Announces Structure Change

B2B News Network Announces Structure Change

by B2BNN Newsdesk @ B2B News Network

B2B News Network, which provides information and insight to empower executive decision-makers in every sector, has made an addition to its leadership team and appointed its first CMO as it brings increased clarity and focus to its editorial and marketing functions. Kris Schulze, formerly the Executive Editor of B2BNN, will take on the newly-created CMO […]

All About Marketing

by Simon Vetterli @ Samui Infotech

Having a nice designed website, having a Facebook page for Your business and having some other social network accounts is not enough – as long as You not use those in the right way. It is more important, to know how to reach Your customers audience. You need to know what Your customer want, what they […]

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2017 – Outlook for the Year

by Alltech4u @

This is our Alltech4u Outlook for the Year! We hope everyone has been having an excellent 2017 so far. There are many changes coming for Alltech4u in the year to come. We will be expanding our cloud services this year; introducing a new cloud hosting service, where we will be […]

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10 Best Healthcare Podcasts You Need to Hear

by Stewart Gandolf @ Healthcare Success

Over the years, our free library of marketing reference materials has grown steadily. And, among these resources, is an impressive collection of several dozen healthcare podcasts with recognized industry leaders. It was tough to spotlight only 10 articles from this leadership podcasts series. Stewart Gandolf, Healthcare Success CEO, leads these insightful and inspiring discussions from […]

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Stewart Gandolf, MBA, is CEO of Healthcare Success, a medical marketing and health care advertising agency. He is also a frequent writer and speaker. Most importantly, he is happily married and a "rock-n-roll daddy" to two wonderful girls.

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MIT Offers Extreme Weather Event Predictions and Early Warning Techniques

by Zayan Guedim @ Edgy Labs

MIT researchers have devised a mathematical framework that detects warning signs to help predict extreme weather events. Hurricanes and tsunamis, droughts and torrential rains, heat waves and wildfires–severe weather events have multiplied and intensified over the last few years. And the list of “catastrophic bursts” includes other major events like wildlife extinction and industrial disasters. In […]

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Businesses most at risk from new breed of ransomware!

Businesses most at risk from new breed of ransomware!


Digital Disruption

Businesses most at risk from new breed of ransomware, it's a serious business to keep your company and your IT infrastructure safe against ransomware.

Hybrid cloud security

by InCare Technologies @ InCare Technologies

2016 saw the largest data breach in history, with Yahoo! announcing over one billion user accounts compromised. 2016 also saw a disturbing, overall upsurge in data breach incidents. Following this trend, 2017 has been a rough year thus far, with many prominent companies that have announced breaches. Chipotle, America’s JobLink, Gmail, Brooks Brothers, DocuSign, OneLogin, […]

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Dallas Keuchel's scoreless start plus nine moments from ALCS Game 1

Dallas Keuchel's scoreless start plus nine moments from ALCS Game 1

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From Dallas Keuchel's dominate start to Marwin Gonzalez's impressive throw to the plate, check out 10 moments from Game 1 of the ALCSCheck out http://MLB.com/video for more!About MLB.com: Former Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig announced on January 19, 2000, that…

Building a Security Risk Management Program

Building a Security Risk Management Program

by David Lewis @ Blog | Imperva

The frequency of data breaches today highlights the need to peel back the onion on security programs and identify a laser-focused mission and ultimate goal. As a compliance manager, I know the horror stories first hand. Let’s take a deeper dive into security and risk management basics to enable your program to add value for […]

Meet iProv’s Summer Intern – Laura McCarthy! [VIDEO]

by iProv @ Digital Marketing and Managed IT Services, Little Rock, AR

  I am currently a student at Hastings College in Hastings, Nebraska, and I will be graduating in 2019. I am majoring in Business Administration and Marketing, and minoring in Accounting. I live in Hastings, but my sister lives in Little Rock and discovered this internship through her network, and I am spending the summer […]

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Terminus Unites Inbound and Account-Based Marketing with HubSpot Integration

Terminus Unites Inbound and Account-Based Marketing with HubSpot Integration

by B2BNN Newsdesk @ B2B News Network

B2B marketers can now trigger account-based advertising campaigns from HubSpot’s marketing software, enabling easy orchestration of ABM with email nurture campaigns Terminus, the leader of the account-based marketing (ABM) movement transforming B2B marketing, today announced its integration with HubSpot Marketing software. By combining HubSpot’s inbound marketing capabilities with the Terminus ABM platform, customers can now […]

WannaCry Ransomware Decryption Tool Released; Unlock Files Without Paying Ransom

by Debbie Schmidt @ Solutions & Thoughts by dsh Solutions/Debbie Schmidt

If you were infected by WannaCry, they have released a decryption tool to unlock your files without paying the ransom. If your PC has been infected by WannaCry – the ransomware that wreaked havoc across the world last Friday – … Continue reading

Digital Advice helps Managing Director land £300k Contract

by Dave @ dijitul

Dave Hartshorne and Olly Mooney have launched the new website for dijitul, ushering in a new chapter for the Mansfield-based company. What started as a website development outfit, the company now advises clients all over the UK on how best to maximise the use of digital platforms in order to grow their revenues. dijitul can […]

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Massive ransomware attack hits 99 countries

by magtech_admin @ Magtech Solutions

LONDON A fast-moving wave of cyberattacks swept the globe Friday, apparently exploiting a flaw exposed in documents leaked from the US National Security Agency. The attacks came in the form of ransomware, a technique used by hackers that locks users’ files unless they pay the attackers a designated sum in the virtual currency Bitcoin. The
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Canonical Links: What Are They and Why Are They Important?

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Last month an ecommerce website came to us requesting an SEO audit to help highlight any issues that are holding them back online, and the conclusion was that either an absence of canonical tags, or often worse, badly implemented canonicals … Continue reading

Say NO to Ransomware! - Samui Infotech

Say NO to Ransomware! - Samui Infotech


Samui Infotech

Note: Massive WannaCry/Wcry Ransomware Attack Hits Various Countries Be 100% Aware! You may have heard about the massive outbreak of the ransomware called “WannaCry”. We are writing to assure you that the latest version of Trend Micro Security provides effective protection against WannaCry. Trend Micro has been aware of this potential exploit and has been protecting …

The Beginner's Guide to Becoming an SEO

The Beginner's Guide to Becoming an SEO


Moz

About two weeks ago Rand and Scott posted a Whiteboard Friday explaining how to get a SEO job. I think it is a great resource for SEO’s who already have a lot of experience, but what about those who don’t? How are the inexperienced supposed to get their first job at an internet technology company? The foll...

The Blog'll be starting soon…keep in touch

by admin @ Data First Digital Solutions

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5 Facts in Under 5 Minutes, Episode 4

by Rocket55 @ Rocket55

In this episode of 5Facts, SEO Specialist Matt Pfeifer discusses Gutenberg WordPress Editor, Google Adwords changes, Facebook instant video and more.   Hi, I’m Matthew Pfeifer with Rocket55, and this is 5 SEO Facts in Under 5 Minutes.   1. WordPress Gutenberg  Gutenberg! Gutenberg is WordPress’s new editor. It’s replacing Visual Editor, and what it’s

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What is the Cloud? And Where is it?

by Jason @ NEPA Geeks

What is the Cloud? And Where is it? There has been a ton of talk about the cloud. Cloud this, cloud that. But what actually IS the cloud? It’s okay if you don’t know, most people don’t understand it and even some tech people tend to wave their hands towards the sky when trying to explain it! Since it actually has nothing to do with the white fluffy things in the sky, let’s lay it all out: Cloud computing is about storing and retrieving your data (personal or business) within your own piece of the internet. It’s so you can access it from anywhere, just like you do a web page, and it won’t matter if your office is closed and you’re squeezing in a little work on your phone at midnight. Everything will be saved and ready to pick up when you get back to your desk. Colleagues in different locations can even collaborate on documents in real time. If that all sounds a bit futuristic, think about how an email service like Gmail works. None of your emails are actually being stored on your hard drive or device, they’re stored on the Gmail server and you can access them anytime you like. Your read/send/receive changes are applied instantly, remembered for next time you log in. This is a form of cloud computing. So is Netflix, where you can stream movies and TV shows on demand. All the video is actually stored on a computer somewhere else in the world and sent to your device in tiny pieces as you watch it. Netflix remembers what you watched, where you got up to, and even if you’re hopping immediately from one device to another, it still has it all ready to go. Where is ‘cloud’ data stored? Good question. And it’s why the term ‘cloud’ causes so much confusion. The data absolutely must be physically stored somewhere. Companies who offer cloud storage have huge warehouses dedicated to holding servers whose sole job is to send and receive data all day. And by huge, we mean HUGE. You could get lost walking the rows of servers, just box after box for what seems like forever. The biggest server farms or ‘cloud campuses’ are still growing, but to give you an idea: they can be upwards of 1million square feet. It’s big business, literally. In terms of location, the US and UK are popular server farm locations, but the company could also have copies of your data stored elsewhere in the world. This is so they can fulfill their redundancy guarantees – if disaster hits one location, the other still has a copy. Having additional locations and copies also increases the speed of access. With some companies, you can choose your preferred location so that data doesn’t have to travel quite as far across the world, increasing speed even further, which of course, saves time and money. Collaboration, security, redundancy, AND savings? We’d call that a win. Ready to take advantage of cloud computing? Give us a call at 570.235.1946.

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Defeat Digital Neglect: How to Create & Maintain Physician Social Listings

by Stewart Gandolf @ Healthcare Success

[Community Manager Series Installment] The single most destructive force in reputation management and social media is neglect. Maybe it’s a misguided idea that says web stuff is a simple set-and-forget proposition. Perhaps every medical office is a super-kinetic challenge of being super-busy. Whatever reason—real or imagined…intentional or accidental—a critical community manager responsibility is to proactively […]

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Stewart Gandolf, MBA, is CEO of Healthcare Success, a medical marketing and health care advertising agency. He is also a frequent writer and speaker. Most importantly, he is happily married and a "rock-n-roll daddy" to two wonderful girls.

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New Ransomware 'Ransoc' Extorts Using Social Media

New Ransomware 'Ransoc' Extorts Using Social Media


Edgy Labs

As shown on the TV show Black Mirror, ransomware is used by hackers to leverage our privacy against us. A new method, "ransoc,' incorporates social media.

Ransomware Attacks on MySQL and MongoDB

Ransomware Attacks on MySQL and MongoDB

by Elad Erez @ Blog | Imperva

Ransomware is arguably one of the most vicious types of attack cyber security experts are dealing with today. The impact ransomware attacks can have on an organization is huge and costly. A ransomware payment alone does not reflect the total expense of an attack—the  more significant costs come from downtime, data recovery and partial or […]

Why is my Computer Running so SLOW?

by Jason @ NEPA Geeks

Why is my Computer Running so SLOW? Woah, who slammed on the brakes? Your computer used to speed through startup and let you open almost everything at once, but now it’s struggling to crawl along! Everything takes so much longer or crashes without warning. Something isn’t right. If it’s gotten so bad that you’ve found yourself drooling over the idea of a new computer, even though your system isn’t that old, we’ve got some good news: you can get your whizzy speeds back with a little TLC. Computers generally start slowing down within 12 months, but it’s not because their parts are broken. And it’s not because they’re faulty. It’s not even because you have so many browser tabs open that you lose count. Slow computers have a number of causes, but the most common ones are easily fixed. Background programs Whenever your computer is turned on, it’s running programs in the background. You didn’t start them and they may not be essential to operation, but off they go anyway. You can’t even see some of them, they don’t have windows or anything to look at. A good example is your antivirus program. You don’t need to see it all the time, but you know it’s running in the background, protecting you. Over time, more and more programs might slip into the background and casually suck up your resources, like iTunes helper, Acrobat updater, Cortana listening, Skype or Spotify. We can speed up your system by setting these background programs to run only when you need them, or remove them completely. Application bloat How do you improve last year’s version of a program? Add more features! The problem with this is the applications become bloated with features you may not need (or even know about), but that keep needing more and more resources. Each time the developers review their programs, they assume you’ve bought the latest and greatest computer and can run whatever they release. This means a slow computer can sneak up after an auto-update. You may not even know the update happened, just that your computer is suddenly making you very unhappy. Eventually, your system grinds to a halt. We can remove unused applications or increase your computer power as required. Slow hard drives Your data is stored on a part called the hard drive. It’s usually a mechanical type that works like a record player, with a spinning platter and a ‘needle’ reading it. If your data is spread out across lots of places on the platter, the hard drive head ‘needle’ has to go backwards and forwards thousands of times just to retrieve a single file. Unsurprisingly, that takes more time to bring up your file. We can optimize your data to give the hard drive head a break, but an even better solution is to upgrade to an SSD. That’s a Solid State Drive that stores data in memory chips, like your USB drive, and has no moving parts. Without the physical need to move a hard drive needle, your computer can access data much faster. Unfortunately, once your computers starts slowing, for whatever reason, the problem only gets worse. The background programs will continue to multiply, the bloat keeps coming, and the hard drive begs for relief. Rather than buy a whole new system though, it’s completely possible for your current computer to go back to being lightning fast – and for a fraction of the cost. Give us a call at 570.235.1946 if your computer is running slow

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Apple Unveils Highly Secure, High-Priced iPhones

by magtech_admin @ Magtech Solutions

Apple on Tuesday made its long-awaited iPhone splash, accompanied by announcements of major upgrades to Apple Watch and Apple TV. The company launched two new generations of mobile phones — iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, and iPhone X — with enhancements in photography and device security in all models. The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8
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Server IT Maintenance Plan – Why is it important?

by sarah @ AMJ IT

There's one thing that every business – large or small - relies on these days: their ability to work digitally, around the clock. The linchpin is your server, whether this is hosted onsite or in the cloud, storing information and controlling your network and without an IT maintenance plan for your server, you could be building your business on sand.

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3 Critical Data Recovery Best Practices

by Michael Anderson @ 365 Technologies Inc

3 Critical Data Recovery Best Practices Your data is your company’s most valuable asset. So if you’re struck with a security breach, a breakdown of cloud services, or a ransomware attack like Cryptolocker, your data can be seriously affected – and your company may end up footing a huge bill for data recovery. However, the […]

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Q2 2017 Global DDoS Threat Landscape Report

Q2 2017 Global DDoS Threat Landscape Report

by Igal Zeifman @ Blog | Imperva

This week we released our latest Global DDoS Threat Landscape Report, a statistical analysis of more than 15,000 network and application layer DDoS attacks mitigated by Imperva Incapsula services during Q2 2017. This quarter, for the fifth one in a row, we saw a decrease in the number of network layer assaults, which dropped to […]

Weekly update 50

Weekly update 50

by Troy Hunt @ Troy Hunt

Yep, hit right in the face with a dodgeball. There was blood. But retribution was swiftly mine as I hunted down the kids on the other team. Oh - and I also loaded 711 million records into HIBP.

That's the real story this week and I wanted to speak in

Why UX & SEO Fusion Is Important For Your Business

by ITPL Admin @ Iknoor Technology Pvt. Ltd. (ITPL)

With new technologies and people getting more attached to the internet, the expectation of online audience has changed dramatically. When internet was still developing, it was new for most of the people and that is why they didn’t expect much at the point. Notwithstanding, now people are visiting different websites and they realize what they

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Real-Life Spy Game Featuring Russian, Israeli, and U.S. Spies Begins

by Chelle Ann Fuertes @ Edgy Labs

Three powerful countries are now in the midst of a real-life spy game that has shown the world how a popular application meant to protect people’s privacy has been exploited for use by intelligence. For years, the entertainment industry has been teeming with espionage films that showed governments spying on each other and hitting the […]

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Solid State Drives and Deleted Files: Gone for Good?

by admin @ Data First Digital Solutions

Nothing can quite describe the panic, fear and trepidation experienced when you realise you’ve deleted an important file and there’s no way of getting it back. Shock. Horror. Dread. Now what? When the PC was first introduced few were aware that deleted files could be recovered, but over time enthusiasts figured out at that deleted files could generally be recovered. Continue Reading

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New study reveals insight into email versus face-to-face selling

by admin @ Pearl Street Consulting

This article was published in the June 2017 edition of Graphic News magazine, the publication of the Printing Industries of Michigan. I have a background in mathematics and statistics, and have always appreciated a strong, data-driven analysis. Today, with the power of modern computing and the evolution of analytical techniques, data is our crystal ball. […]

The first and most relevant "privacy hacking" based on images (avatars).

by Patrick LEBRETON @ Global Security Mag Online

Federico Ziberna and Claudio Cavalera, independent Italian researchers, have conceived and described a completely new kind of privacy breach, based on avatars. This type of violation may involve most users of the popular Instant Messaging apps: Whatsapp and Viber. Ziberna developed a system that allowed him to freely download an unlimited amount of avatars linked to as many accounts as users of famous Instant Messaging systems. Using the User's Avatar as a “Search Key” (possibly combined with (...) - Security Vulnerability

Massive Ransomware Attack Strikes Globally

by David Hodgson @ Infinity Business Systems

A massive ransomware attack struck globally infecting organisations and companies including the NHS, Fedex and Renault. Dubbed as Wannacrypt the virus...

How to Succeed at Search Engine Optimization

by AppleAdmin @ Appletree Mediaworks

Search engine optimization (SEO) is a constantly evolving art. A successful SEO guru will constantly be learning and researching what makes search engines happy and take advantage where competitors have fallen short. A well trained SEO guru will help improve your site’s flow and content to improve your rankings. There are thousands of SEO gurus […]

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Updated 6/6/2015 – Outlander Episode 116 – To Ransom a Man’s Soul – The Gàidhlig Bits I Could Decipher

Updated 6/6/2015 – Outlander Episode 116 – To Ransom a Man’s Soul – The Gàidhlig Bits I Could Decipher


Great Scot!

Great news! The Gaelic is back in a big way this episode. The bad news is that it was way more complicated than what I normally translate. I’m giving it my best shot though and will call in t…

The Truth About SEO - Choosing The Best SEO Company

The Truth About SEO - Choosing The Best SEO Company


Brevity Digital Design & Branding

At Brevity we demystify the strategy & technology behind good SEO. We give you the knowledge to make the right decision when choosing the best SEO company.

Ransomware – what you can do to help reduce the risk.

by admin @ BITS Computer Support and Repair Services in Kilkenny, Carlow, Dublin, Wicklow, Wexford, Kildare and Waterford. Providing Computer Support Services, Maintenance, PC Sales Support Services as well as Website Design and Hosting.

You have no doubt heard of computer viruses and if you’ve followed any of our previous blog posts, you’ll know that it’s a subject that we discuss quite a bit. The latest trend in terms of malicious software (also known as malware) is the area of Ransomware and it is becoming increasingly common.

The “Wannacrypt” Ransomware Attack. What Can Businesses Do To Help Protect Themselves Against Attack?

by admin @ BITS Computer Support and Repair Services in Kilkenny, Carlow, Dublin, Wicklow, Wexford, Kildare and Waterford. Providing Computer Support Services, Maintenance, PC Sales Support Services as well as Website Design and Hosting.

On Friday last, the 12th of May 2017, there was an unprecedented cyber-attack on IT systems throughout the world. There was (and still is) huge media coverage of these attacks and the impact they have had on businesses and public services. The health service in the UK was one that appeared to be targeted which prompted the Irish Health Service Executive (HSE) CIO to take the steps to remove all external access to the HSE’s Network to protect the integrity of their IT systems.

Fuelling Digital Growth & Creating Jobs

by Danny @ dijitul

For many years we’ve been saying that things need to change in regards to digital skills in the UK. The economy is becoming more and more digitised, but as things stand we don’t have the future workforce to grow into these digital roles and take the country forward. In fact it’s something that our own […]

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Appointment Roundup: People on the Move

Appointment Roundup: People on the Move

by B2BNN Newsdesk @ B2B News Network

This week’s notable hires and appointments in the B2B world! *** MongoDB Inc., a leading modern, general purpose database platform, announced the appointment of Dan Heasman as Chief People Officer. Heasman joins MongoDB with more than 20 years of culture and HR leadership working with some of the largest companies in the world. As a founding partner […]

Must-Read Before You Make Your Big HRMS Software Purchase

by H2S Media Team @ H2S Media

Written By: Hansica Kh (Contact: hansica.k@gmail.com) Nobody likes to read all the minute details about the Human Resource Management System (HRMS) software. And it is common to worry about it.  The process involves extensive research and sorting. During the sorting process, the HRMS that will not be suitable for the organization is eliminated.  Finally, the demonstration of the software is seen and the software is finally chosen. The selection process can either be done in front of the computer, visiting website after website or by speaking over the phone to the various vendors.  At the end of the process, you could

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Kenya’s internet has been ranked the fastest in Africa

by magtech_admin @ Magtech Solutions

The improvement to Kenya’s connection speeds and broadband adoption rates is attributed to the successful implementation of the National Broadband Strategy/FILE By MARGARET WAHITO, NAIROBI, Kenya, Apr 5 – Kenya’s internet has been ranked the fastest in Africa and one of the most affordable according to the latest report by Akamai’s State of the Internet
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SEO Consulting Helps Automotive Company Increase Sales

by dijitul @ dijitul

“I want to be on the first page of Google!” Hands up if you’ve heard that before? After all, every business owner wants their website to be on the first page of Google at least right? That was the case with this client. We worked closely with a digital marketing team for a well-known brand in […]

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Spotlight on ransomware: Ransomware encryption methods - AhelioTech

Spotlight on ransomware: Ransomware encryption methods - AhelioTech


AhelioTech

The WannaCry ransomware outbreak has raised many questions about how ransomware works and what can be done about it. How does it get into a system? What does it do when it’s in there? Our Spotlight on Ransomware series explores the different stages of a ransomware attack. This week’s focus: ransomware encryption. A ransomware infection …

DIGISOL launches DG-SC3600W Wireless Security Camera with Night Vision

by H2S Media Team @ H2S Media

DIGISOL announced the release of the new Wireless Pan/Tilt IP camera for use in home/office security and monitoring applications. The DIGISOL DG-SC3600W is a solution for Home/Office Security. The packaging for a camera includes all mounting accessories for easy installation of the camera on wall/ceiling. The camera installation is plug-n-play using APP on your phone. The APP connects the camera with your existing Wi-Fi/Internet connection and thus the camera can be viewed online through cloud. It also has a MicroSD Card Slot for MicroSD storage (upto 64GB). The recordings will be stored in the MicroSD card and can be playback/retrieved

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Does Your Content Marketing Boost Sales, or Does It Miss the Mark?

Does Your Content Marketing Boost Sales, or Does It Miss the Mark?

by Melanie Rembrandt @ B2B News Network

You write B2B content including blogs, social media posts, newsletters, emails, and more each month. You know that it’s important. But… you are not seeing results from all of this work. Why? You may be missing out on some key elements that can take your copywriting from bland to super sales fast! Here’s how…   […]

How to Recover from a Ransomware Attack – AARP

by Debbie Schmidt @ Solutions & Thoughts by dsh Solutions/Debbie Schmidt

You should have the information you need to prevent (as much as possible) a Ransomware attack, but if you are still locked out of your files, here are some tips to help you recover.  Remember, prevention is the best solution … Continue reading

Exclusive offer from BigBeagle.com

by support @ South Jersey Techies, LLC

Exclusive offer from: BigBeagle.com  |  24/7 Support: 8885051532 Don’t forget to visit our coupon page at http://bigbeagle.com/coupons for the latest and greatest promotions. Save upto 15% on all new purchases of $80 or more. Great products just for you. Hurry before the offer expires. Use promo code rs317a3 in your cart when you order. *Some limitations apply. […]

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EU issues Final Warning to Social Media Giants on Hate Speech

by Chris Parbey @ Edgy Labs

The European Commission has given an ultimatum to social media giants and web companies: get rid of hate speech and violent content on their platforms or face legal action. This decision comes after years of trying to work together with social media companies to curb the situation yielded few results. Facebook, Twitter, Google, and Microsoft […]

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Ransom Canyon SEO Company | SEO Firepower

Ransom Canyon SEO Company | SEO Firepower


SEO Firepower

Ransom Canyon Digital Marketing & SEO Experts. Consistent Results. Proven Rankings. Call Us For a Free Consultation & Website Audit: (844) 238-0065.

Protecting Your Brand From Domain Squatters and Copy Cats

Protecting Your Brand From Domain Squatters and Copy Cats

by James Cummings @ B2B News Network

Companies and individuals have domain name issues to deal with every now and then. The big problem arises when someone registers a domain name which is very similar to yours. When this happens, your first step will usually be to obtain a legal transfer of the domain name to you. There are some important factors […]

“I Didn’t Know MarTech Could Do That”

“I Didn’t Know MarTech Could Do That”

by Kris Schulze @ B2B News Network

I love me some Travis Wright, CMO/CTO at CCP Digital, especially when he keynotes (and blows my mind) at the MarTech Conference in Boston. Travis started by saying, “if you don’t use MarTech, you will get left behind,” and do what Wayne Gretzky says “go where the puck is headed.” With over 5,000 technologies just […]

GDPR Requirements: Get Started with Classifier

GDPR Requirements: Get Started with Classifier

by Sara Pan @ Blog | Imperva

The GDPR requires that organizations exhibit commitment to individuals’ data privacy by implementing a data protection by design and by default approach, meaning organizations need to build privacy and protection into their products, services, and applications. GDPR also mandates that organizations create and maintain a detailed inventory of personal data. To achieve this requirement, you […]

Infinity Business Systems Ltd Earns Respected Technology Industry Business Credential

by David Hodgson @ Infinity Business Systems

CompTIA IT Business Trustmark™ signifies commitment to sound business practices, quality service Infinity Business Systems has received the CompTIA IT Business Trustmark™,...

10 Best Android Emulators For Windows 10 and Mac PC

by H2S Media Team @ H2S Media

If you are looking for the best Android emulator for PC then there are dozens of android emulators available online.  If you are thinking why someone needs Android emulators for PC then think again. The Android emulators for Windows or Mac PC help a lot to developers those want to debug their newly developed apps or games for Android. Besides developers, the gamers can also enjoy their favorite Android games on their Windows 10, 8 or PCs using Android emulators. Even while gaming the gamers can use their keyboard and mouse for an Android game. These emulators software can also use to recording your favorite

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Use Digital Marketing Videos To Dramatically Increase the Return on your Marketing Budget

by Br3vity @ Brevity Digital Design & Branding

Video Content has Taken Over Video Can Improve Your Marketing Video Content is taking over the world of digital marketing. According to YouTube, mobile video consumption rises 100% each year due to the need for convenient access to information across all devices. Search engines and social media platforms are prioritizing […]

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How to Make Content Worth Talking About

by Alltech4u @

We don’t need more content marketing. We need more relevant content. As a marketer, I see the importance of providing consistent content. However, as a consumer I want content that’s relevant to me and my current challenge. So, I took this into consideration when writing this post. Now let’s start […]

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5 Common PPC Myths and Why They’re Dead Wrong

by Rocket55 @ Rocket55

Like most marketing disciplines, pay-per-click (PPC) advertising has a lot of misinformation associated with it. Separating fact from fiction isn’t easy, especially because PPC simply hasn’t been in the forefront of the marketing world for nearly as long as traditional tactics. However, PPC is fast becoming one of the most effective and common marketing tactics

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My Computer Files are Being Held for Ransom! - Appletree Mediaworks

My Computer Files are Being Held for Ransom! - Appletree Mediaworks


Appletree Mediaworks

Precautions and backups are a surefire way to avoid the worst of damage from hackers, criminals and emergencies when your files are being held for ransom.

Body Temperature Regulating Wristband Could end ‘Women’s Winter’

by Juliet Childers @ Edgy Labs

The latest Apple Watch might be a healthcare device, but here’s one thing it doesn’t do: help regulate your body temperature. The Embr Wave does just that. Some people run hot. Others run cold. But everyone with an office job can attest to their building being ice boxes. Beyond that, science helped prove that average office […]

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How Will The £2.1bn Google Shopping Penalty Affect Your Business?

by admin @

The EU Competition Commission has fined Google 2.4bn euros, around £2.1bn, for abusing its position of power by showing its own Shopping service price comparison adverts at the top of the search page. This is the largest fine to be … Continue reading

Atari’s Ataribox console will run Linux

by support @ South Jersey Techies, LLC

Cost $250-$300, if it ever materializes Now it just needs an E.T. game. Atari announced in June that it was getting back into the hardware business, with plans for an upcoming “Ataribox” console. Of course, it didn’t release any actual details at the time—only a slick-looking render of a retro-styled box, complete with real wood paneling. […]

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Inspiralia Makes Strategic Investment In Israeli Nanotech Company Sp Nano

by Patrick LEBRETON @ Global Security Mag Online

• Inspiralia to promote SP Nano's reinforcement technology in the European market • Toro is the corporate VC arm of leading European product development firm, Inspiralia. • SP Nano also announces the appointment of new Directors. Inspiralia has made a strategic investment in the $2.5 million financing round of SP Nano Ltd, a world leader in innovative nanotechnology for enhanced composite materials. Existing investors, Docor International, Consolidated Investment Group and iVentures Asia (...) - Business News

Mitashi MiDE055v20 Curved 4K LED TV Launched at Rs. 79,990 or approx $1224.87

by H2S Media Team @ H2S Media

Mitashi Recently launched their  MiDE055v20 55′ Curved 4K UHD LED 5’ Curved LED TV. This LED television available in the offers 55’, 50’, 39’ and 32’ options. The TV has a  curved panel with ultra HD 2160p, 3840*2160 resolution and 4,00,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio. The Panel uses by the TV is of Samsung-panel. Besides the curved panel, the Mitashi’s 55’ Curved LED TV is protected with a tempered glass. Mitashi offers free wall mounting and a 3-years warranty with the television.    Mitashi’s MiDE055v20 television is priced at Rs. 79,990 or approx $1224.87. These are easily available at your trusted neighborhood consumer durables showroom

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Content Strategy for a Successful Business Website

by Br3vity @ Brevity Digital Design & Branding

Build A Content Driven Website You may have heard the phrase, “Content is king.” The truth is, content strategy is an element of a campaign or, in this case, a website, that is extremely important to focus on right at the beginning. Although, maybe even more important, or the “king” […]

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Web Hosting:: Don' t be held to ransom through your web-developers

Web Hosting:: Don' t be held to ransom through your web-developers


Grandes en los Deportes

Indian education will go by having a very bright phase as of this moment. Due to the huge expansion inside the industries and lots of multi-national compan

Mimecast Launches Email Archiving Designed for Cloud

by Patrick LEBRETON @ Global Security Mag Online

Mimecast Cloud Archive Offers Enhanced Features Including Mobility, Data Recovery & Preservation Needed to Manage Email Today Mimecast Limited (NASDAQ: MIME) announced the launch of Mimecast Cloud Archive, the leading multipurpose archive solution built for the cloud. Mimecast Cloud Archive delivers an all-in-one cloud service that integrates: a secure data repository, built-in data recovery, storage management, e-discovery and compliance capabilities. Mimecast Cloud Archive enables (...) - Product Reviews

Widespread ransomware attack hits over 70 countries - InCare Technologies

Widespread ransomware attack hits over 70 countries - InCare Technologies


InCare Technologies

The public health system in Britain was hit with ransomware, the latest in a string of attacks that has spread across over 70 countries. The ransomware has a new worm component that allows it to propagate rapidly. It’s targeting large organizations as well as SMB. Ransomware encrypts the files of a computer, rendering them unusable …

When is Your Business Ready to Move to the Cloud?

by Jason @ NEPA Geeks

When is Your Business Ready to Move to the Cloud? By now you know that the cloud isn’t going away any time soon. In fact, cloud computing has become a natural step in business growth, thanks to the numerous (and continually growing) benefits. More and more applications are coming out in web-based form and staff are exceptionally comfortable with this type of change. So when is the right time to move your business computing to the cloud? Many businesses are facing this question now that cloud computing has become a mainstream norm. After all, you’ll be able to roll out new apps in days, not weeks, and nobody ever says ‘no thanks’ to increased security and efficiency. Like any strategic business decision though, timing is everything. Here’s how to assess your need before you make the switch: Age of servers and workstations If your workstations and servers are reaching their end of life and a large capital investment is coming up, you’ll be able to minimize the expense by moving to the cloud. You may even be able to skip certain upgrades completely. Your staff will still need devices to access the cloud data, but you’ll have a lot more flexibility in your choice and they won’t need to be as powerful. This can be a huge cost saving made in just moments. Need for remote and mobile access Many businesses are growing while on the move, with a mobile workforce needing to access files from anywhere at any time. This could range from moving around the one location, between offices or even working from home. Forget frustrating connections and lost productivity, cloud computing allows staff to work securely and efficiently from any location with internet access. Current support setup If your business currently outsources all your network management, you’re perfectly suited for the move to cloud computing. Network maintenance and monitoring becomes a non-issue, handled 24/7 as part of your cloud service. Network efficiency just keeps rising too, as your cloud provider is always improving their systems. You’ll find problems are fixed before you knew they existed, and server downtime becomes a thing of the past. Need for predictable IT costs If it feels like IT costs can spiral out of control at times, challenging your budget and patience, cloud computing will seem like a dream come true. When you make this shift, you’re moving from a capital expense to an operational one – server and system replacements are no longer your concern. You’ll be able to budget for IT costs in advance, knowing no blowouts are hiding around the corner. Monthly costs are known and (usually) capped based on what you use, leaving your cash flow much relieved. Today’s cloud computing is more advanced, secure and priced more competitively than ever before. At its core, cloud computing is purely about doing things better, and it can have a massive impact on your profits, productivity and even staff satisfaction rates. If your business requires a robust, always available infrastructure with easy monthly costs, it’s time to take a serious look at your cloud computing options. We offer a variety of cloud services to help your business. Give us a call at 570.235.1946 to discuss how we can improve your business IT.

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IT Support and ransomware

by sarah @ AMJ IT

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Connecting with customers

by magtech_admin @ Magtech Solutions

Here is yet another brain storm on how your modern biz in line with using technology can help you understand your customers, win sales, and build ongoing customer loyalty each business day. How well do you know your best customers? Today, information can make the difference when it comes to winning customers and keeping them.
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Inside the Mind Of… Zoe Share

Inside the Mind Of… Zoe Share

by Dave Gordon @ B2B News Network

It’s true – the director of a company that helps boost social media messaging is named “Share.” Zoe Share calls herself the Chief Executive Schmoozer at Schmooz Media. Frustrated by small businesses not getting the attention they deserve, she has built the company around her passions of business, communication and creativity. Armed with a Masters […]

Grow Your Business With These Digital Marketing Tips

by ITPL Admin @ Iknoor Technology Pvt. Ltd. (ITPL)

In the event that you need to get the message out about your business, at that point that is the thing that you must do. Daily paper and radio advertisements are as yet viable for independent company publicizing, however let’s be honest – those old-school mediums don’t measure up to SEO, social media marketing, PPC

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5 SEO Myths We Wouldn’t Blame You for Believing

by Rocket55 @ Rocket55

In the world of SEO, hunches don’t get results. To create an effective SEO strategy, it’s important to use tactics that are rooted in fact. Unfortunately, there are plenty of SEO misconceptions that lead businesses in the wrong direction. Much of the confusion stems from the way SEO used to be done. Just ten years

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3 Ways the new EU Payment Services Directive Will Change Banking

by Zayan Guedim @ Edgy Labs

The new EU directive, PSD2, will foster more innovation, transparency, and security in the payment services market, allowing traditional banks and FinTech to compete on equal footing. The first version of the European Directive on Payment Services (DSP1, voted into law in 2007) laid down the legal basis for the creation of SEPA (or the Single […]

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Want To Be On The First Page Of Google?

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Now Could be the Time to Develop Your PPC Strategy Used right, PPC can bring your rankings to the top. But to stay there, it needs to be part of a cohesive SEO strategy. The best SEO strategy incorporates a … Continue reading

AOMEI Backupper Free Review: Tool To Prevent WannaCry Ransomware

AOMEI Backupper Free Review: Tool To Prevent WannaCry Ransomware


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AOMEI Backupper Free Backup and Restore Software to Protect System & Files Against Ransomware like WannaCry, Wanna Decryptor, Cryptolocker, etc.

1.4 million phishing sites created each month

by InCare Technologies @ InCare Technologies

Phishing attacks are the number one cause of data breaches. And they show no signs of slowing down.   According to a recent study published by Webroot, almost 1.4 million new phishing sites are created each month. May 2017 was a particular active month for cybercriminals, with an astonishing 2.3 million phishing sites published. Now, […]

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Cate Blanchett's household chaos

Cate Blanchett's household chaos

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Cate Blanchett admits being a working parent is tough and her household can be chaotic.

Boost Your Email Impact With These Smart Strategies

by Jason @ NEPA Geeks

Boost Your Email Impact With These Smart Strategies Most small businesses rely on email as their preferred form of communication. Either internally or externally to clients, customers and suppliers, email is the go-to format we’d be lost without. Our love affair with it is no surprise – it’s quick, simple and provides a paper trail. But its convenience doesn’t always mean relaxed. In fact, poor email communication can hurt your reputation and cost you customers. Here’s how to be smart with your business email: Manage your inbox: Your inbox is only for items you still need to access. Once you’re finished with an email, you should delete it or archive it. If you were to imagine your inbox as physical letters, you’d never let it grow to a 6-foot high stack of chaos. Instead, you’d either throw them out or do the filing. It’s not hard to identify which ones to keep for reference, so create inbox folders to sort them accordingly. As emails arrive and are actioned, move them to the relevant folder or the delete bin. Write professional messages: Stepping across the line from casual to careless is easy if you skip the basic elements of good business writing. Grammar will always be important and the sentence structure of your language hasn’t changed. All email programs include a spell-checker, many of which draw attention to errors immediately, so there’s really no excuse. Typing in all CAPS is seen as yelling, and breaking your text into paragraphs makes your message so much more readable. One last thing before you click send, quickly glance over your email to make sure your tone is appropriate and no mistakes have snuck through. Embrace the subject line: Many emails are missed because the subject line was empty or meant nothing to the receiver. Writing these attention-grabbing nuggets can be tricky, but if you simply summarize the message, you’ll do fine. Just remember to keep them under 5-8 words so they fit on mobile displays. Be smart with attachments: Keep attachments small – under 2MB – as they can clog up the email server. For larger attachments, share the file location as a link using cloud storage. When you’re sent an attachment you’d like to keep, save the file and then delete the email. And as always, be careful with unexpected attachments, especially from unknown senders. It’s more important than ever to scan all attachments with an antivirus before opening. Keep your CC/BCC under control: The carbon copy (CC) and blind carbon copy (BCC) let you send the email to additional stakeholders, more as an FYI than anything else. As a rule, use BCC if you’re using an email list or privacy is an issue. But before you add extra people to the email, make sure the email IS relevant to them. There’s nothing worse than being stuck in a pointless email chain! Call us at 570.235.1946 for help with your business email.

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Mayo Clinic Social Media Network: Shared Content and the Warm Arizona Sun [Podcast]

by Stewart Gandolf @ Healthcare Success

[Healthcare Success Leadership Podcast] In this installment of our continuing educational series, Healthcare Success CEO Stewart Gandolf, [@StewartGandolf ] talks with Lee Aase, [@LeeAase], Director of the Mayo Clinic Social Media Network. #MCSMN The seventh Mayo Clinic Social Media Network Annual Conference will be held at the Mayo Clinic Scottsdale campus, December 11-12, 2017. In today’s podcast, […]

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Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder at Healthcare Success Strategies

Stewart Gandolf, MBA, is CEO of Healthcare Success, a medical marketing and health care advertising agency. He is also a frequent writer and speaker. Most importantly, he is happily married and a "rock-n-roll daddy" to two wonderful girls.

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Feel Secure with Website Maintenance

by AppleAdmin @ Appletree Mediaworks

Last week we celebrated Safer Internet Day. For many people it was just a hashtag holiday. For us website professionals it was a reminder of just what our jobs entail: keeping websites up to date and keeping up with security standards to avoid being part of the latest breach. Let this sink in – 2 out […]

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7 Bonuses for Small Business in Office 365

by Jason @ NEPA Geeks

7 Bonuses for Small Business in Office 365 You’ve seen all the ads for Office 365. They’re popping up on your desktop, your employees are sending you meaningful looks, and clearly, it’s not going away. You’ve probably even jumped online to see what all the fuss is about. But is Office 365 a necessary upgrade for your small business? The answer is yes. It’s more than a refreshed set of tools, it’s an efficiency and productivity powerhouse. Here are 7 spot-on reasons why small business owners should upgrade now. Data security is built in Office 365 was created with data security at its core. The built-in compliance and security protocols mean your cloud storage is safe, and you can control access so your valuable data remains exactly where you want it. Storing your data in the 365 cloud keeps it safe in case of emergency, with 1TB of storage per user included at no extra cost. Ditch the licensing drama Software version differences can be a real nightmare in a small office. Not every system can do the same things, and half the time, they can’t even open the same files. It quickly becomes a hodge-podge of workarounds and lost time. Office 365 includes site-wide licenses with upgrades at the same time. Mail storage for real people Not everyone lives in the land of inbox zero. In fact, most people tend to leave messages in their inbox forever. Occasionally we’ll do a quick clean up, but only when the alert comes in that the mailbox is full. Meanwhile, new emails from customers may be bouncing away with the old ‘mailbox full’ message. Eek! In Office 365, your employees can communicate without worrying about storage space. Better time management Every person in your business is juggling meetings, emails and contacts – usually across multiple platforms. Office 365 brings all those elements together, integrating seamlessly for more efficient time management. Contacts updated via mobile while offsite are automatically updated across all connected devices. Meetings scheduled in an email are added instantly to the calendar. You can even access files from any device, edit on the run and then back in the office, simply pick up where you left off. Predictable costs Forget about planning (and delaying) those costly upgrades. Office 365 has small business covered. You can choose a plan based on your unique needs and change at any time. You can even add or decrease the number of users as you scale and streamline. It’s so easy to fit Office 365 into your monthly budget while knowing you’ve got the very best and latest in small business software. Work on the go The days of fiddling with private network and security settings are over, thanks to Office 365. You don’t even need any special IT skills or extra software. Users can now securely access their files from home, during their commute, or in meetings for on-the-fly impressive presentations. Got an internet connection? That’s all they’ll need to squeeze productivity out of every day. Stay up and running with no downtime A whopping 25% of small businesses shut down permanently after flood, fire, crash or cyber-attack. With Office 365, all your data is stored in the cloud with built-in backups for redundancy. No matter what happens, your data will be there, letting you stay up and running – and always ahead of the pack. If you are ready to take your email to the next level, give us a call on 570.235.1946

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Invisibility Cloak Might Soon be a Reality, Thanks Light!

by Chelle Ann Fuertes @ Edgy Labs

The concept of cloaks capable of hiding objects and humans has been a favorite feature of many fictional films. Ironically, it might just turn into a reality with the help of LIGHT. Invisibility or the state of being unseen is something dismissed by experts as fictional. The concept has always been used in many fantasy […]

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Blog Monitoring Tools

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Monitor the Leading Blogs to Create Timely and Relevant Content To keep your content current and relevant, it is vital to know what people are talking about. Monitor the trending topics to make sure yours is a voice they want … Continue reading

What Would It Look Like If We Put Warnings on IoT Devices Like We Do Cigarette Packets?

What Would It Look Like If We Put Warnings on IoT Devices Like We Do Cigarette Packets?

by Troy Hunt @ Troy Hunt

A couple of years ago, I was heavily involved in analysing and reporting on the massive VTech hack, the one where millions of records were exposed including kids' names, genders, ages, photos and the relationship to parents' records which included their home address. Part of this data was collected via

Why We Love Grand Rapids

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So Why is Grand Rapids so Amazing? We’ll tell ya, why we love this great city. As a West Michigan Web Design & IT Support Company, the main purpose of this post is just to show our appreciation for the city of Grand Rapids and all it has to offer. Alltech4u has […]

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iProv Unveils New Websites for ARcare and KentuckyCare

by Molly Reed @ Digital Marketing and Managed IT Services, Little Rock, AR

Leading Little Rock Digital Marketing Agency Launches New Sites for Prominent Healthcare Providers in Arkansas and Kentucky iProv, LLC is proud to announce that it has launched newly redesigned websites for healthcare providers ARcare and KentuckyCare at arcare.net and kentuckycare.net. ARcare and its sister clinics, KentuckyCare, offer affordable health services in rural regions of Arkansas […]

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Sound One launches V8 Bluetooth Wireless headphones

by H2S Media Team @ H2S Media

Sound One V8 Bluetooth wireless headphones with MIC is now in India.  The headphones have CSR 4.1, HD sound clarity technology, soft cushions for comfort and long-lasting battery. It offers wireless sound quality without signal loss up to 18 hours per charge so you can listen longer. Standby time up to 180 hrs & Playing time up to 18 hours making every moment your own. You can connect the Sound One V8 to Desktop, MacBook , ipad, tablet or mobile phones. Works within a range of 10-15 meters. The headphones & mic are compatible with Apple iOS & Android.With the control knob you can

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Why Do People Create Viruses?

by Jason @ NEPA Geeks

Why Do People Create Viruses? You’d be right in thinking it’s hard to program a computer virus that can spread across the world in a flash – we’re talking days of constant desk-jockey nerd-work. So why do they bother? Well, it generally comes down to 3 reasons: Money, showing off their skill, or to simply being a jerk. While showing off or being a jerk is pretty self-explanatory, the money side is fascinating. Here’s how people are making money with computer viruses: Bank account theft: Virus creators are more than happy to help themselves to your bank details, sneaking in to grab your login details or credit card info. They can either transfer your funds away or use your credit card details to go on a shopping spree. Sometimes they’ll leave the fun to another person though, and simply sell your details to the highest bidder. Ransomware: Rather than a financial snatch and grab, sometimes a virus will encrypt your files and demand money for the unlock code. Without a true backup plan in place beforehand, you’re at their mercy. You’ll be given very helpful information on how to pay, plus a firm deadline before your files are destroyed permanently. Ad swappers: A cheeky technique, this is when they create a virus that either puts annoying ads on websites you visit, or places affiliate codes on pages so that when you buy something legitimately – eg, from Amazon – they get a percentage as a ‘referral fee’. Their kickback doesn’t make your purchase cost more and you may not even know you’re supporting their activities. Bitcoin mining: You might have heard of digital currencies being used for payment, but did you know you can also earn them with your computer processing power? Unfortunately, ‘renting’ out your computer’s processing power means paying more in running costs than you’d make – unless you were very clever and sneaky, and used a virus to rent out other people’s computers. Botnets: Certain infected computers can be remotely controlled to do whatever the virus creator wants. In this case, they’ll usually set the infected bot computers to overwhelm a target web server, like an e-commerce store. Sometimes it’s done as revenge, but more often it’s blackmail. The ‘Botmaster’ says “pay me thousands of dollars or I’ll crash your site during the biggest shopping day of the year.” Account stealing: Subscription accounts like Netflix and Hulu are often hijacked, leaving you to pay the bill for someone else’s entertainment. But sometimes, virus creators go one step further with online gaming accounts. All those digital items that you fought so hard for (special clothing, weapons etc.) can carry real world value and be stolen from your account and sold on a black market. Yes, that’s cheating! Give us a call at 570.235.1946 to make sure your computer is secure and protected.

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WikiLeaks Reveals ‘Athena’ CIA Spying Program Targeting All Versions of Windows

by Debbie Schmidt @ Solutions & Thoughts by dsh Solutions/Debbie Schmidt

More CIA spying tools… WikiLeaks has published a new batch of the ongoing Vault 7 leak, detailing a spyware framework – which “provides remote beacon and loader capabilities on target computers” – allegedly being used by the CIA that works … Continue reading

Over 2 million users ran malware-infested legitimate software

by InCare Technologies @ InCare Technologies

Over 2 million users unwittingly downloaded malware with the popular CCleaner software, according to owner Avast.   CCleaner is a popular application that offers one-click-capable PC optimization by clearing out unneeded files and settings. CCleaner boast a staggering 2 billion+ downloads, with an impressive 5 million new users per month. Hackers managed to slip malware […]

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4 Simple Tips to Keep Your Internet Banking Safe

by Jason @ NEPA Geeks

4 Simple Tips to Keep Your Internet Banking Safe Online banking has boomed in the past few years to become the new norm. Branches are out and apps are in. Half the time when you visit a branch, you’re steered towards a computer for a DIY transaction – with optional assistance. But is internet banking really safe? You’re always told to keep your financial details private, but now also to jump on board the online banking train – talk about a push/pull scenario! The good news is you CAN bank safely online with a few simple precautions. Always type in the website address Many attackers will attempt to trick you into clicking a fake link to your bank website. Usually sent as a ‘phishing email’, they’ll claim there’s a problem and ask you to click through to your bank and correct it ASAP. The link points to a fake website that looks almost exactly like your real bank site and is recording your private account info. You can avoid scams like this simply by accessing your bank by manually typing in the website or using a bookmark. Avoid public computers and networks Jumping onto a PC at the library or mall might seem like a quick and easy way to check your account, but public computers are often targeted by scammers. In just a few moments, they can install keyloggers to record usernames, passwords and other private data, then sit back as all future user details are emailed to them. The same problem applies with free, unsecured Wi-Fi. You’re better off using an ATM or a data-enabled smartphone. Use a strong password with 2- factor authentication Create a unique password for your online banking, something you’ve never used anywhere else. Mix up words, numbers and symbols to create a complex password that can’t be guessed easily. Avoid giving attackers a head start with data they can find on Facebook, like kids names, pet names, birthdates, etc and really think outside the box. And of course, never write it down anywhere near your wallet, phone or computer. If remembering is likely to be an issue, you might like to consider a secure password manager app. Many banks will also help boost your security with two-factor authentication, sending random codes to your phone (or a special LCD device they provide) to verify any activity. Check page security before entering data Finally, take a micro-second to spot the small padlock icon before you enter any data. You’re looking for a padlock appearing as part of the browser itself, not just an image on the webpage. It will be either in the bottom corner or next to the URL. The address will also start with httpS:// instead of http://. If you don’t see these things, the page is NOT secure and you shouldn’t log in. Would you like us to give your computer a new lease on life? Give us a call at 570.235.1946

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John Ransom Anderson

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ROANOKE RAPIDS — John Ransom Anderson, 77, of Roanoke Rapids, died Tuesday, May 9, 2017, at UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill.

What you need to know about the Heartbleed security issue

by David Hodgson @ Infinity Business Systems

If you missed the news last week, experts have discovered a flaw in popular encryption software OpenSSL. This is a big...

Hackers pounce on 3 vulnerable WordPress plugins – Naked Security

by Debbie Schmidt @ Solutions & Thoughts by dsh Solutions/Debbie Schmidt

Remember the old saying about bad things coming in threes? Flaw hunters Wordfence would probably agree with the sentiment after uncovering some nasty zero-day flaws in a trio of WordPress plugins. Not a great start, then, but much worse is that … Continue reading

Email Safety Best Practices – How To Avoid Malware, Viruses, And More!

by Michael Anderson @ 365 Technologies Inc

Email. Love it or hate it, you have to use it. Even in 2017, there’s no replacement for email. It’s still the standard “de facto” communications method used by almost every company out there – and that’s unlikely to change anytime soon. That’s why it’s more important than ever to avoid malware, viruses, and ransomware […]

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Introducing the South East Bloggers Club!

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Here at FSE, we do everything we can to encourage stronger collaborations between businesses and bloggers. We know first-hand the importance of a solid content marketing strategy – and what better way to promote your products or services than to … Continue reading

The Importance Of UX In SEO

by ITPL Admin @ Iknoor Technology Pvt. Ltd. (ITPL)

The User Experience (UX) is the general experience that a man has when utilizing a site, application or PC – particularly as far as the usability. Client Experience Design is the way toward outlining the site or application for the client, with the final product of upgrading the client fulfillment. Undertaking ease of use testing

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Inside the Mind of …  Greg Pietruszynski

Inside the Mind of … Greg Pietruszynski

by Dave Gordon @ B2B News Network

Is the rise of artificial intelligence profoundly changing what it means to work? AI is all around us, and its applications run from the mundane to the fantastic. But many are questioning the growing symbiosis between machines and humans. As machines begin to manage more of our professional lives, are we at risk of losing […]

It’s Only a Matter of Time: Your Hospital is a Ransomware Target

It’s Only a Matter of Time: Your Hospital is a Ransomware Target


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Hospitals remain high profile and high value targets for ransomware attacks. We’re not a cyber security company, but clients are concerned about safety.

Ransomware hits 14 servers in Kenya

by magtech_admin @ Magtech Solutions

By STELLA CHERONO More by this Author Since Friday last week, a wave of unprecedented cyberattacks has swept across the globe, with over 350 companies and hundreds of thousands of computers in 152 countries affected by Wednesday morning. The attack by a computer worm or ransomware called WannaCry’ (Wanna Decryptor) targets the Microsoft Windows operating
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Honor 9i with four cameras launched at Rs 17,999

by H2S Media Team @ H2S Media

Strengthening its Indian portfolio, Huawei’s e-brand today launched Honor 9i smartphone that comes with four cameras set up — two at front and two at back; a crisp and vibrant FullView FHD+ display, all packed into a compact form factor. Priced at Rs 17,999, Honor 9i will be Flipkart exclusive and will come in three colour options — Platinum Gold, Midnight Black and Navy Blue, starting from October 14 onwards. Built on an in-house technology, Honor 9i cameras produce great pictures with 45-degrees projection, the company said. The 13 MP dual-lens front camera incorporates studio-level smart selfie toning flash and

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Gene Therapy to Cure Blindness Gets Approval from FDA Advisers

by Chelle Ann Fuertes @ Edgy Labs

A gene therapy to cure blindness is now a step closer to getting the U.S. FDA’s approval On Thursday, a review panel from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) gave their stamp approval for an experimental gene therapy to cure blindness. The treatment is for a genetically inherited blindness known as Leber Congenital Aumaurosis. […]

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8 ways the iPhone 8 can beat the Galaxy S8

by support @ South Jersey Techies, LLC

The Galaxy S8 might be the best phone of 2017, but the year’s not over until the next iPhone makes its debut. Here’s how Apple can take the crown back from Samsung. If there wasn’t already a mountain of pressure on Apple to deliver something spectacular with this year’s iPhone update, there surely is now. […]

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BITS Achieves Microsoft Gold Small and Midmarket Cloud Solutions Competency

by admin @ BITS Computer Support and Repair Services in Kilkenny, Carlow, Dublin, Wicklow, Wexford, Kildare and Waterford. Providing Computer Support Services, Maintenance, PC Sales Support Services as well as Website Design and Hosting.

BITS earns Microsoft Gold Status through technology success and customer commitment. BITS (Business IT Solutions) today announced it has achieved a Gold Small and Midmarket Cloud Solutions competency from Microsoft, demonstrating their ability to meet Microsoft customers’ changing needs in today’s dynamic business environment.

How to Transform Your Medical Website and Get More Leads [VIDEO]

by Avery Bingham @ Digital Marketing and Managed IT Services, Little Rock, AR

Transcript I’m Avery Bingham, I am the Copy Chief at iProv, and I am here today to tell you how to optimize your medical website for mobile. That means making it a place where visitors come and they make an appointment with you. We want to turn those visitors into people in your waiting room. […]

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Cisco Advances Intent-based Networking for Data Center and Private Cloud Environments with New ACI Capabilities

by Patrick LEBRETON @ Global Security Mag Online

Multi-site scalability, container integration and enhanced security features enable customers to accelerate their multi-cloud journey Cisco announced updates to its Application Centric Infrastructure (Cisco ACI),(tm) the industry leading Software-Defined Networking (SDN) solution that makes it easier for customers to adopt and advance intent-based networking for their data centers. With the latest software release (ACI 3.0), more than 4,000 ACI customers can increase business agility with (...) - Product Reviews

NFL player data leaked

by InCare Technologies @ InCare Technologies

Recently, The NFL Players Association database was inadvertently left wide open as a result of an error.   Astute hackers got a hold of personal information for over 1000 NFL players. Leaked data included home and email addresses, phone numbers, and agent information. Luckily, it appears no social security numbers or financial information were affected […]

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How to Choose the Right Managed IT Services Provider

by Michael Anderson @ 365 Technologies Inc

As the world of IT continues to grow more complex and expensive, more and more small-to-midsize businesses (SMBs) are turning to managed IT services providers to expand the capabilities of their IT teams. Though managed IT services are incredibly valuable, they can often appear to be expensive (especially relative to traditional ‘Break/Fix’ services). Before you […]

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New ransomware, CryptoLocker, demands ransom to unlock your files

New ransomware, CryptoLocker, demands ransom to unlock your files


NEPA Geeks

A new ransomware called CryptoLocker is encrypting victims' files and demanding hundreds of dollars to decrypt them. Learn how to protect yourself!

Is Bing Really Threatening Google?

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Microsoft’s Search Engine is Increasing in Popularity The latest statistics show that Bing is gaining increasing traction in desktop search. What are the implications for your SEO strategy? For many people, Google and internet search are synonymous terms. In the … Continue reading

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