31 Spooky Days of Cybersecurity

October is Cybersecurity Month, and to celebrate, Heart posted a tip of the day to our Facebook page. We’ve decided to compile all those helpful tidbits into one post, so you can easily find and use these suggestions. Heart’s 31 Spooky Days of Cybersecurity 2016 You are an attractive target to hackers. Those who believe […]

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The One Google Docs Tool You Should Be Using

Google maintains its popularity because the company continually pumps out apps that work for individuals and groups alike. Google’s presence with schools and educational facilities boomed, and it’s because of this functionality.  This comes in the form of Google Docs. What is Google Docs? Google Docs allows Google users to create, write, collaborate, edit, and […]

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A Diagnosis From Your Search History?

In the world of online medicine, the ability to create a diagnosis based off of your search history tops the hot topics lists. This concept interests a lot of people, and the logic behind it legitimizes its claims. A Search History Diagnosis? Basis for Thought Think of the last time you experienced an illness symptom. […]

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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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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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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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Cloud Types: The Public Cloud

It’s clear that cloud computing isn’t going anywhere. With the expansion of its capabilities, there is a solution for anyone and any business. When choosing the cloud solution that is right for your organization, do you know what is the right fit for you? For some, a public cloud solution may be the right choice. […]

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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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Cybersecurity in Healthcare

It’s no secret that as technology innovates, it is adopted by different sectors of industry and adapted to best meet its needs. Updated technology comes its own set of risks, though, so hearing of the several cybersecurity breaches that have occurred in the medical field recently is less than surprising. No one wants to have […]

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Is Digital Doctoring the Right Answer?

It’s no secret that everything that can move online is, so it’s not surprising that healthcare would try to take its abilities digital as well. In comes digital doctoring, a method of diagnosing and/or treating patients online instead of through an office visit. This allows for so many new doors to open, but also leaves […]

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