Hacking is in the news nearly every day and people constantly reach out to ask me if their information is safe. Are they at risk? What can they do to be more protected? Should they get a VPN or use Tor?
The best thing to do is to start simply. Begin with your passwords. Do you have good passwords on your accounts?
Backup just may be the panacea for computer viruses and ransomware.
Ever look for a friend or colleague on LinkedIn only to find that he as two separate profiles that are each his? He’s got one profile that’s current and an older one from when he had a different job. Ever wonder why he did that?
I’ll tell you why. He didn’t do it on purpose, he did it because he’s short-sighted, forgetful, and doesn’t understand data.
The “Cloud” is a technology that provides incredible convenience and flexibility. In fact, because of the cloud, I’m able to write this from the coffee house I’m at where I sometimes go to work. However, the cloud has significant limits that may outweigh its benefits.
It seems as though my television addiction has spilled into my real life activities. I’ve been wondering if my reliance on technology has gone too far. Is this the first step on the path to becoming a Luddite?
A brief experience using the new Apple Maps.
Not an exhaustive analysis, just a brief story telling of why I’m going to keep using Google for driving directions.
Think putting your IT in the cloud means you don’t have to think about disaster recovery any more? Guess again. The world of Information Technology (IT) has continued to grow and evolve at a rapid pace. Consumerization of IT and easy access to cloud technologies has had people from every functional area of businesses subscribing […]