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5 Tips To Protect Your Mac’s Data

5 Tips To Protect Your Mac’s Data

Macs may not be as susceptible to issues as PCs, however you still need to protect your data and keep it safe. In a world like ours, where big hacks a

How Chatbot Creation Works

How Chatbot Creation Works

If you want to create a functioning chatbot that best imitates a real person, you’ll want to use a platform like Chattypeople. The aforementione

VPN – Benefits And Advantages of Using One for VoIP

VPN – Benefits And Advantages of Using One for VoIP

A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is a good solution for establishing secured network and/or long-distance connections.  Usually VPNs are deployed (imp

5 Of The Best Cyber Security Tips For Smaller Business Owners

5 Of The Best Cyber Security Tips For Smaller Business Owners

Significant security breaches that have occurred in well-known businesses have resulted in cybersecurity becoming a popular topic. However, it is impo

How Cloud Platforms Protect Themselves From Security Threats

How Cloud Platforms Protect Themselves From Security Threats

An estimated 79 percent of companies are already either operating in a cloud environment or preparing to do so, according to CloudPassage’s Cloud Se

Are You Getting the Most Out of Virtualization

Are You Getting the Most Out of Virtualization

Virtualization has been with us since the mainframe days, when a single system could be sliced into separate virtual machines, each allowed to run the

How to Prevent Identity Theft Online

How to Prevent Identity Theft Online

Shopping in the digital realm is not only convenient, it puts the world of retail right at your fingertips. Where else can you buy a new pair of shoes

Review of Lotus Notes

Review of Lotus Notes

Some have pronounced Lotus Notes/Domino dead, a career killer, a zombie app. Lotus Notes is facing unprecedented user resistance due to perceptions that it is difficult to use and outdated with a tired user interface.

The Reality of Internet Security

The Reality of Internet Security

Governments have been spying on their citizens since the dawn of time. From McCarthyism to PRISM, the scale of surveillance throughout history has varied according to the resources it took to dig up information on people. Back in the 1950s, it cost tens of thousands of dollars to investigate one person, and it might have taken days, weeks, months, or years to find anything. Now, it costs the NSA just 6.5 cents an hour to spy on you.