IT Consulting Tip 8 - Two Factor Authentication

Allowing access to private business data is a difficult thing for business owners to do. You want to make sure that every piece of valuable information is protected against any form of theft or loss. One great way to protect your data is to establish a two factor authentication system. […] Read more »

IT Consulting Tip 7 - Back Up Your Data

Imagine if your computer system failed, and you lost every piece of client information and financial information. For most businesses, this would be catastrophic. It would take weeks to months to recreate all of that data, and some of it would be lost forever. It is impractical to trust your […] Read more »

IT Consulting Tip 1 - Disable Java in Browser

Crimeware is a concept that every single business owner should be familiar with. Most everyone has either heard of an instance of crimeware happening, or they probably have experienced it first hand. Crimeware is that email that has an attachment with it that when opened will distribute malware all over […] Read more »

How IT Services in Atlanta Can Improve Your Security

Businesses tend to underestimate the value of their data. Cyber thieves use the fact that most companies fail to properly secure themselves from outside intrusion. This makes these businesses easy targets for both data theft and the heavy financial losses that can accompany it. While it tends to be too […] Read more »

7 Reasons Why Getting Rid Of Windows XP Will Likely Exorcise Hidden Gremlins And Goblins Lurking In Your Computer Network

Although many businesses have been getting rid of Windows XP for at least the last 3 years, the fact remains that as of early this year, around 500 million business computers were still running Windows XP. While the witching hour for Windows XP is still a few months away (April […] Read more »

Last Night I Startled Out Of Bed In A Cold Sweat, Heart Racing, With Fear Racing Through My Mind...And You Were The Reason For My Panic!

    Was I having a nightmare? Was I just watching too many episodes of “Ghost Hunters?” Maybe taking the Halloween spirit too far? No – it simply occurred to me that you might not know the importance of having a solid backup and disaster recovery plan in place! And if […] Read more »

7 Tips For Creating A Secure Password

  You’ve got one for every site and every application you use--e-mail, online banking, social media sites, and your CRM system, just to name a few. With so many password protected sites to keep track of, the inclination is to always use the same password for every site or to […] Read more »

Could Terrorists Really Use Software To Crash Your Car?

   A recent AOL online article titled “The Scary Truth Of How Terrorists Could Crash Your Car” freaked a lot of people out by implying that terrorists could easily hack into your car’s computer systems and wreck your car (or hundreds of cars at a time) at speeds exceeding 100 […] Read more »

A New Favorite Way Hackers Are Gaining Access To Your PC

   Do you have Java turned on in your web browser?  If your answer is “Yes” or “I’m not sure” then it’s time to take action to find out.  Why?  The biggest threat to your computer systems in 2013 (and beyond) is no longer Microsoft Windows - it is Oracle […] Read more »