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The USB Drive: A Rising Security Threat for Small and Big Business Alike

Two of the biggest security breaches in history have come, not from any hacking or spyware, but from the common household USB thumb drive. Yes, the one we all have at least two ...

Twitter’s New Local Alerts Helps Bring More People to Your Events

As of a few hours ago, when you are browsing Twitter on either your phone or your computer, you may notice some conspicuous alerts about events you don’t remember seeing before. ...

Ways to Prepare Your Business for Changing Seasons

An estimated $526 billion is spent in the US economy during leisure trips and vacation. Many businesses are dependent on the seasonal nature of vacations and work to creatively enhance business ...

3-D Printer Popularity On The Rise

Developing at the speed of technology, 3-D printers are making quick progress and in the near future could be found as a common household item. These printers, created ...

How to Learn From What Didn’t Work

The expectation of a positive, predictable outcome is found at the beginning of a new project or business, or when setting goals. However, there is always the risk of failure. This risk ...

Are You Ready For A Computer Outage? Here are 4 Simple Steps To Prepare Your Business

Computers are highly essential for business operation today. Some businesses are more dependent than others, but all are equally reliant on technology working. Certain federal and state laws require certain businesses, ...

Two New Facebook Features Change Newsfeeds Once More

Facebook users have long complained about Facebook’s optimized algorithms that dictate what you see in your feed, and now Facebook has introduced two new features to change this. The first feature is ...

5 Simple Steps to Successful Business

Some businesses, and people, expect to stumble upon success. A YouGov survey found that 17% of individuals questioned plan their retirement by either winning the lottery or inheriting wealth. The extent ...

Windows XP Support Disappears April 2014 – Are You Prepared?

On April 8th, 2014, Windows XP support will be completely discontinued by Microsoft. This includes security updates as well, which means if you’re still using XP, it’s time to consider an upgrade. ...

5 Business Lessons from a Kindergartener

Kindergarten is a foundational grade, and the lessons learned are fundamental to youth as they begin their educational journey. More importantly, the lessons taught in Kindergarten are basic social interaction skills ...

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