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Which is the Most Secure Browser for Safety and Privacy Protection?

With so much of your information online, your privacy is always at risk. Using a is an important first step to keeping confidential information safe. For example, your browser may house your browsing history and login credentials, can have cookies … Read More ›

IaaS vs. PaaS vs. SaaS: Which One is Best for Your Business?

As more and more organizations consider switching their business assets to the cloud, it is important to understand the differences between the three models of cloud service: Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Software as … Read More ›

Six Major Benefits of Using Technology in the Classroom

Benefits of Using Technology in the Classroom

There are many benefits of using technology in the classroom, and its use gets nearly universal acclaim from educators. According to the study Education Technology Use in School, from Gallup and the non-profit NewSchools Venture Fund, more than eight in … Read More ›

What You Need to Know About Kari’s Law and Ray Baum’s Act

We’re thrilled that Kari’s Law and Ray Baum’s Act have both passed. These two new laws work together to ensure greater access to 911 and emergency services. We believe they will keep people safer, including business employees and students. If … Read More ›

Why Schools Are Now More At Risk From Ransomware Attacks

Ransomware attacks—when hackers use malware to lock organizations out of their own computers until a ransom is paid—grew by 118% in 2019 across all sectors, according to McAfee. But ransomware attacks have hit schools and school districts particularly hard. In … Read More ›

What You Need To Know About Windows 7 End of Life

If your organization uses Windows 7 you are probably already aware Microsoft plans to discontinue this popular operating system beginning January 14, 2020. Windows has taken every opportunity to remind you of the Windows 7 End of Life event. After … Read More ›

What’s the Difference Between Vulnerability Testing and Penetration Testing?

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All networks, regardless of their size, are at risk from many cyber security threats. To successfully protect your organization from these threats, you can’t rely on a single line of defense. For example, your cybercrime protection strategy should include both vulnerability … Read More ›

The Google Calendar Phishing Scam, and How to Avoid It.

While there are millions of phishing scams, every now and then a particular threat emerges that does more damage (and gets more publicity) than most. The recent Google Calendar phishing scam, which first gained attention last May, is the latest … Read More ›