network security

These days, many small businesses still tend to neglect the IT angles to their businesses because they think protecting and servicing their IT  infrastructures usually requires a very big budget in addition to the manpower needed to run them.

This is why these types of small organizations are usually easy preys – an attraction for hackers and other form of cyber attacks as shown in several surveys carried out in 2013.
There are several security measures and controls within the IT tools you already own that can easily be used to protect your business network if only you know how to use them effectively. Read more

Microsoft Security Essential is falling behind in testing, time to switch to a better faster Antivirus. Here is a quick 5 minutes video tutorial of installing the best Free Antivirus: Avast 2013


Public Wi-Fi spots can be very convenient, and it’s always tempting to use them when it’s available. Along with the convenience of these public Wi-Fi spots also come security issues. It’s going to be a compromise that you’ll have to decide whether or not it’s worth it. The good news is that there are a few things that you can do in order to protect yourself as well as your private information. You should always keep in mind the risks that are involved whenever connecting to a Wi-Fi source that isn’t your own. Let’s talk about some of the ways that you can keep yourself safe and secure while using public Wi-Fi.
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cloud security

As a small business owner, you know exactly how important it is to keep your company’s information well protected. In this day and age you have to be aware that there are many potential threats out there that can cause exponential amounts of harm to your network. Not only is there a possibility of hackers accessing your private information, there’s also the possibility of losing your important data as well. There is hope, however, with the use of knowledge and understanding how some of these attacks operate, you’ll be well-protected. Let’s discuss a few tactics that will ensure that your important information is never compromised.


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clean up your pc

According to the security firm Panda Labs, 32% of windows computers are infected with Malware. Here is how you can scan and clean your windows machine under 10 minutes for completely free.

1. Clean and Optimize your computer with CCleaner. Removing all the junk and temporary files before Your Malware Scan can save you a lot of time.



2. Preform a scan with your Favorite Antivirus Application, If you don’t have any Antivirus applications installed, Microsoft Security Essential is a great way to get basic Malware protection for free.

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