On January 10, Ars Technica reported that a security hole existed in the latest version of Java software. The potential existed for malicious coders to secretly install key-logging programs and malware onto computers.
Looking for a good reason to choose IBM technology? We can think of many, but here’s just one: IBM provides fantastic, helpful tools for its partners. That means we partners can provide better service to you. And this better service means you’ll have a superior customer experience and get more value out of every IBM solution you own.
Most people take comfort in what they can see in front of them. But is this a safe and reliable practice when saving files to your desktop? If you’re a business owner, there are several reasons your employees should break from this practice to help avoid the real possibility of data loss and lost productivity.
If your company is like most small businesses, you’ve spent years building your IT infrastructure in response to changing business needs. When employees complained about slow download speeds, you added bandwidth. When employees asked for more power, you found servers with bigger CPUs.
As of August 1, 2012 an environmental handling fee (EHF) is now applied to the sale of all electronic devices sold in Manitoba. This fee will help pay for recycling programs designed to dispose of electronic devices in an environmentally responsible and secure manner.
Whether it travels to the cloud or through a local server, email still reigns as our primary method of business communication. Much of your day is likely spent managing the time consuming task of Inbox messages; especially if you’re a manager or business owner.
Up-to-date antivirus software? Check. Active firewall? Check. Regularly scheduled vulnerability scan? What? Antivirus software and firewalls are crucial to running a secure network, but sometimes they’re just not enough.