James

8
Jan

2014: The Year of the Cyber Attack! Follow Through on These 15 Powerful Business Resolutions to Master the Art of Protecting Your Data in 2015!  

Home Depot, PF Chang’s, Kmart, and the law firm down the street that never made the news. We saw a lot of big corporations struggle to retain market share and customer loyalty in the aftermath of some pretty serious data breaches. Many businesses believe something like this will NEVER happen to them, but this couldn’t…

18
Apr

Attention All CIOs: Are You Alleviating These Top 3 Social Media Concerns?

Your role as a CIO is constantly evolving. As the business world becomes more tech-savvy, your primary focus should be on enabling your business to grow through new technology and improved processes. But how can you ensure organization growth occurs? The most important aspect of organization growth involves aligning IT with business goals. While most…

10
Apr

Urgent Notice: The Latest Security Flaw May Be Stealing Your Confidential Data!

On April 8th, 2014, Google and security firm Codenomicon released details about a security flaw in OpenSSL Web servers. The security flaw, also known as “heartbleed”, enables hackers to access websites and steal massive amounts of data from vulnerable versions of OpenSSL. Warning: Heartbleed Impacts Websites Potentially Used by Your Employees As a business owner,…

1
Apr

6 Tips and Tricks to Help You Realize the Full Potential of Google Chrome

Google Chrome has become one of the most popular web browsers available. In fact, Chrome even surpasses Microsoft’s Internet Explorer. So what makes Chrome so popular amongst businesses and consumers? For most individuals, the wide variety of built-in features offers an improved user experience compared to other browsers. While Chrome has a lot to offer,…

31
Mar

How to Prepare for the Process of e-Discovery

Electronic discovery involves identifying, locating, and providing electronically stored information (ESI) in the event of litigation or investigation. The government can authorize hacking as a form of e-discovery, in order to obtain evidence in the event of a lawsuit or investigation. What Does ESI Refer To? Electronically stored information (ESI) refers to the following: Emails…

27
Mar

Microsoft Offers an Unbeatable Deal to Persuade Windows XP Fanatics to Upgrade

Microsoft will end support for Windows XP on April 8th, 2014. Once Microsoft ends support, Windows XP users will no longer receive patches or fixes to keep their systems secure. In the past few months, Microsoft has been very clear about the security risks involved with running Windows XP, however, many people continue to run…

25
Mar

Microsoft Changes its Policies after Hacking into Blogger’s Hotmail Account

Microsoft recently searched a blogger’s Hotmail account to find the person who leaked copies of Windows 8 and anti-piracy software. The leaker, who turned out to be an ex-Microsoft employee, was arrested and charged shortly after the search revealed his identity. John Frank, Microsoft’s VP and deputy general counsel, said the company searched the blogger’s…

24
Mar

Facebook Just Made Promoting Your Business Much Easier

If you are a Facebook page administrator, Facebook will be releasing their new streamlined look this week to make finding the tools and information you want and need easier. On the right side, you will have your page’s posts consistently on both your Page and Newsfeed instead of having a confusing multi-column design with all…

19
Mar

6 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Microsoft Office 365!

Microsoft Office and Office 365 are constantly changing to address your unique needs and requirements. For example, a variety of Microsoft products have been integrated with Office 365 to increase productivity and efficiency in your office. And that’s just the beginning of the evolution of Microsoft Office and Office 365. Here are 6 impressive facts…

18
Mar

Looking to Protect Data Stored on Your iPhone? Here are 6 Powerful Apps for Attorneys

As an attorney, you probably have a variety of confidential client information, including documents, emails, and voicemails, stored on your iPhone. What would happen if your iPhone was lost or stolen? What if malware infected your iPhone and compromised confidential client information? Chances are, there would be financial and professional consequences to face. While the…

CONTACT US