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4 Tips to Improve Your Cyber Security

Cyber security, also referred to as information technology security, is the act of protecting data and information systems from unauthorized access, unlawful modification and disruption, disclosure, corruption, and destruction.

Implementing good security practices doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive, however. This blog post focuses on a few easy ways that you can improve your cyber security.

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DDoS Attacks: Securing Your Connected Home and IoT Devices

By now, chances are you’ve probably heard about the massive cyber attack against a major U.S. internet company that occurred on Friday, October 21, 2016.

The DDoS attack brought down large parts of the web and was one of the biggest on record. Now many people are now asking: who was responsible?

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NAS Shared Storage for Home Office

Client Name: Shelley S.
Service Details: Business client, on-site support
Problem and Request: A home based business with a legacy CAD (computer-aided design) application needed to replace their old computers with new desktop PCs, and was looking for a better shared storage solution and network upgrade.

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What is Project Fi?

Project Fi is a new mobile phone carrier offering from Google. Since I signed up for the invite-only service back in March 2015, Project Fi has become available to the general public, and has emerged as a cost-effective and reliable alternative to traditional carriers like AT&T and Verizon.

If you’re in the market for a new Android phone, and you aren’t completely happy with your current mobile plan, then Project Fi is probably worth a look.

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Buying a New Computer: a Guide (Updated)

Buying a computer is no easy task, and with the cost of many of the machines out on the market today, you want to make sure you’re making the right purchase so you don’t blow your money on something that stops working for you within a year.

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