In computing, a firewall sits between that internal network and the internet outside. It’s kind of like a nightclub bouncer.
“Why is this computer running so slow?” It’s a common complaint. The question is whether it’s your computer or your internet connection.
Well, setting up an agreed-upon calendar appointment doesn’t need to be that difficult any longer. Online scheduling lets people plan around availability easily.
Business is about relationships. One important relationship today is with a technology partner. This partner will consult on hardware, software, security, and other IT concerns.
Why can’t we all just get along? You’ve probably thought that before. But the sentiment is also one that goes through our heads when we’re trying to set up home networking. When cables and passwords abound, we can’t help but wish it was easier to get all our devices to play nicely together. Here’s help.
The words “due diligence” may make you think of a courtroom drama on television. Surely, that’s something only lawyers have to worry about? Not so fast.
Buying technology for personal use can be exciting once you get past the price tag. Yet there are many factors to consider when investing in technology for employee use.
Passwords are essential to your cybersafety. You know it, but if you’re like the rest of the digital society, you probably have dozens of passwords to remember. It’s a lot. So, you might take shortcuts. Taking advantage of your laissez-faire attitude is one way bad guys access your passwords.
Governments and regulatory agencies have established compliance standards for the financial, legal, healthcare, and energy sectors. Other organizations abide by best practices for data protection and improving system security.
You went into business because you were great at something, not necessarily IT. Yet you need technology to compete in the modern marketplace. This guide helps non-techie business owners learn the IT essentials they need to succeed.