Cybercrime continues to grow as we are now more than ever depend on technology in our lives, business, and communities. Protecting yourself and your digital assets are more critical now more than ever. With the high number of data breaches (Yahoo, Equifax) user training is becoming a priority. Read more about a simple step business can take to educate their users in securing company data....Read More
As time goes on everything changes. Last year Avast purchased AVG. Starting last month you probably have noticed the rebranding. We are excited about the New Avast CloudCare. Giving residential and business customers the best of both worlds. We have been recommending AVG as our preferred antivirus for over 10 years. We have pushed away from AVG Free a couple of years ago due to the pushy...Read More
Running a small business often means having to contend with fewer employees on your staff as well as limited resources in an attempt to keep your operational costs low. Luckily, in this digital age, there is an abundance of technology that can help even the playing field with your competitors who may have larger brand names. Nonetheless, simply having software for your daily business...Read More
Avast’s Free Antivirus would be our recommended choice if you decided to choose a free antivirus. When protecting your computer we always stress that you look into the paid options first. We praise AVG CloudCare, and Webroot Business Anywhere packages but, when the budget is a concern we point you to Avast’s free antivirus.
Almost every household in America has access to the Internet through Broadband which is readily available and affordable. Today, most devices you purchase have Wi-Fi capabilities or sensors built in. Smart technology is available for televisions, microwaves, coffee pots, and a variety of other items. This massively available connectivity has created the perfect environment for IoT. ...Read More
On May 12th of 2017 a ransomware attack known as WannaCry was unleashed in Europe and spread worldwide in epic proportions. By May 24th 2017 more than 200,000 people in 150 countries were held hostage by this malicious attack. Surprisingly, the WannaCry developers shed a few tears of their own as they are reported to have made little more than $50,000 from the scheme.WannaCry...Read More