5 Internet Safety Tips to Keep Your PC Secure Online

By: Brooke M. Perry | May 7, 2014 PC or laptop security has become a great concern as it hampers the processing of the device and can even corrupt or ruin the information stored therein. Computing devices often source most of the security risks from the Internet. Statistics reveal that in the US alone, 24 million households experience heavy spam that is circulated through emails. Around 16 millions household have had serious virus

Botnets and Tips to Prevent Botnet Attacks

By: Tarun Wig | Jan 15, 2014 A botnet or a robot network comprises a set of internet-linked programs, designed to connect with other similar programs (usually the server) to complete different tasks. Depending on its use it can be good and bad.

Rationalize your way to a more efficient IT operation

By: Sadie Hawkins | Nov 21, 2013 Businesses regularly attempt to boost efficiency through rationalisation of hardware, processes and even people – On the other hand, why is application rationalisation usually overlooked?

Best 5 antivirus software for your laptop/PC in 2013

By: Brooke M. Perry | Oct 10, 2013 With all the new updates and advancement in features, Windows 8.1 will be soon available to all Windows 8 users. The new version - Windows 8.1 will be made available for free for all existing users of Windows 8 on a desktop PC, laptops and tablets. This new Windows OS version is expected to be released in mid-October 2013 and will be available online via the Windows Store.

Security Concerns with Cloud Computing Services

By: christa joe | Sep 14, 2013 With the introduction of competent technologies all across the technical world with the aim to help organizations to efficiently manage their resources, many software development companies are aiming at deploying these technologies but with the growing concerns of cost-effectiveness and flexibility.

How to Keep Your PDFs Protected and Secure

By: Achilles Marshal | Aug 28, 2013 While one of the greatest features of the internet is the ease with which files can be shared, this also means that security of files is decreased. Knowing that your files are not secure can be unsettling - it's important to take the proper precautionary steps to ensure that your files are as safe as possible.

Importance of Computer Security for Home and Enterprise

By: Alex Smith | Aug 26, 2013 How secure are you? Locking doors and windows used to be enough assurance that you will be safe day and night, but all of that changed when the turn of the century brought us a gift that ca both be used for good and for bad.

Three Methods to Reset Windows 7 Password

By: Tony Allen | Aug 22, 2013 If you forget or lose your Windows 7 password, you'll need to reset the lost password to regain access to your computer. Actually, there are lots of methods for you to reset the password.

Top 5 Ways To Prevent Identity Theft

By: Amy j | Aug 19, 2013 Computers and the Internet have undeniably become invaluable aspects of our daily lives. Disconnecting from the network may easily mean disconnecting from the rest of the world. However, considering the risks related to information security, how can we protect ourselves?

Learning more about change of address identity theft, a new way of id theft

By: Amy j | Aug 14, 2013 Identity theft perpetrators continuously devise new ways to commit their crimes and it seems that all mediums of communication between businesses and individuals are being explored. Let’s take a look at change of address identity theft.
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