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Macro-based Malware Has Returned

More than ten years ago, the most common forms of malware attacks were those that were initiated by way of macros. Macros, ...

Your Smart TV May Be Spying On You

Smart devices are wonderful. The latest smart phones all have virtual assistants you can just ask questions rather than bothering with the ...

What Radio Shack’s Demise Can Teach You About Your Business

Who doesn’t love Radio Shack? The company is as much a part of American retailing lore as Sears and Roebuck and Macy’s. ...

Hybrid Cloud Computing a Winning Combination

When looking at cloud computing options for your business, you should examine the benefits and the drawbacks of both public and private ...

“Misfortune Cookie” Security Flaw Leaves Millions Vulnerable

In the wake of the now-infamous Sony hack, many new security vulnerabilities are being found across a wide range of devices. Check Point Software Technologies recently revealed a flaw found ...

Big Data Roadblocks Companies Are Trying to Solve Customer Privacy, Skewed Information Issues

Today, companies are able to collect massive amounts of data about their customers and their shopping habits. This data can provide companies ...

Email Is Still Vital Despite Shifting Trends

Social media has become much more than just a place for individuals to hang out and share their latest stories and pictures. ...

Mobile, Cloud and Security Issues

With the advancement of technology comes a host of new problems that IT leaders must tackle. In the past, IT leaders have ...

Email Habits That Cost You Valuable Time

Email is a valuable tool to any business. It is used by everyone and has become the top communication method used by ...

Leveraging the Power of Crowdsourcing

Crowdsourcing has become one of the best ways for companies to learn about what consumers think of their products and how they ...