How to Detect and Prevent Ransomware Attacks

Should Your Small Business Start Using RFID Tags?

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RFID technology is not for every business, but it could be right for yours. You’ve probably used Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) tags numerous times already. They’re embedded into passports, E-ZPass toll collection tags, and reusable public transport cards such as the Oyster card in London or the Ventra cards in Chicago. Many large businesses have also… read more

Understanding Software License Management for Your Business

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What you need to know to keep track of your software licenses. Software is an integral part of most businesses. There are common software licenses for programs most of use daily—such as the Microsoft Offices suite—as well as licenses for job-specific services. These might include accounting software, graphic design programs, or various metrics reporting tools…. read more

How to Follow Green IT Practices in Your Office

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4 eco-friendly IT practices that can improve your business. When it comes to business and the environment, many of us feel torn. We want to follow eco-friendly practices, but we also have a company to run. How can we make environmentally-conscious decisions while also maintaining a competitive edge? The good news is that, in many… read more

DDoS Attack Prevention: How to Detect and Mitigate a Threat

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What is a DDoS attack, and how can you protect your business? Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are an increasingly common—and increasingly difficult to prevent—form of cybersecurity threat. When businesses first experience a DDOS attack, they frequently misdiagnose the situation as a down server or a failed application. This is because DDoS attacks target… read more