Digital Trends in Online Shopping

We’ve been shopping online for years. For most, this is a positive experience. People love online shopping because for its convenience. You purchase what you need from the comfort of their home, and the order ships right to your door. A complaint that most online customers likely have is shipping costs. No one wants to […]

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Hospital Hackers

If there’s one thing for sure, it’s this: Hackers have no boundaries. When many of us think of hacking, we think of spying on webpages, stealing personal data, and spending incredible amounts of money on our bank accounts. As we know, though, hackers are targeting companies with huge databases to get the information they desire. […]

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Digital Subscriptions: The Netflix of News

It’s no secret that the rise in technology and Internet usage has resulted in a decline in newspaper readership. Since this correlation was discovered, newspapers have been searching for ways to stay relevant. The numbers don’t lie: print newspapers are becoming less and less desired: News has recently been shifting towards the direction that many […]

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Access to Our Information: Pros & Cons

Last month, we posted about the Apple and FBI showdown after the terrorist-driven shooting in San Bernardino in December of 2015. Since then, there has been little resolution. The courts have postponed the trial because the FBI believes they have a way to crack the phone without Apple’s assistance. Regardless of the status of this case, […]

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Cybersecurity: Why It Matters That You Care

Cybersecurity is booming. If you work in the technology industry, follow technology news, or, likely, if you whisper the word “technology,” you will be bombarded with information about online hackers, account safety, privacy, and cybersecurity. This gets exhausting. When we are constantly inundated with information about the same topic over and over again, regardless of […]

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Do I Need a Guest WiFi?

Every store, doctor’s office, fitness center, and establishment from here to Timbuktu seems to have a guest WiFi network. Should your business have one as well? Take this quiz to find out: Now that you know if you should or shouldn’t think about a guest WiFi, here are some helpful bits of information you’ll want […]

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Lessons from Apple & San Bernardino

The news currently is inundated with information about the San Bernardino shooting in December of 2015. While this tragic event occurred months ago, meaning it would normally be out of the newsroom at this point, this case has resurfaced because of cybersecurity. While the FBI continues their investigation into this case, they are asking Apple […]

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What You Need To Know About Malware

We fear malware. This software that is designed to harm or completely disable your systems can be harmful for anyone or any business. So if or when malware is detected, it may seem typical to run from malware. The reaction reminds me of this scene from “Monsters, Inc.” Source: Docter, P., & Silverman, D. (Writers). (2001). […]

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Defining Your Cloud Strategy

If you’re planning on implementing cloud services, having a defined strategy for cloud usage is imperative to ensuring your organization’s cybersecurity. Regardless of what type of cloud you are using, improper use of clouds can cause major issues for your career, for your clients, and your organization. Cybersecurity is not something people take lightly. With […]

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Does the Internet Need an Age Requirement?

Last month, The Verge posted an article about Europe’s talks of changing the age of Internet consent to 16, up three years from the current age of consent. In many ways, this shift can be seen as a good thing or a bad thing. On the one hand, this has the potential to protect youths […]

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