April 30, 2014
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In today’s business environment, technology is an integral part of business operations. The problem many business owners and managers face is that technology can be difficult to manage; often requiring a significant investment and specialized team to maintain and run it. This can be prohibitively expensive too for many small businesses, but it doesn’t have

April 29, 2014

Over the weekend, Microsoft announced that a serious security flaw was discovered in all versions of Internet Explorer. This “security bug” is a remote code execution vulnerability; a detailed description can be found in Microsoft Security Advisory 2963983: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-US/library/security/2963983 Q: What is the Internet Explorer security bug? Hackers have exploited the security flaw by injecting

April 16, 2014

We make choices every day that put us at risk. We are taught at a very early age to look both ways before crossing the street, choose our friends wisely and know when to say “no.”The digital world is no different.  We traverse the complex highway of high speed digital traffic.  Rather than speeding cars

January 31, 2014

Overstock.com is now accepting the bitcoin as payment, making it the first mainstream business, as well as the first major corporation to embrace the new and controversial digital currency. In late December of 2013, Overstock.com CEO Patrick Byrne announced that his company would be adopting the bitcoin system within six months. An impatient man however,

November 20, 2013

No upgrade is going to have everything you want, or be 100% compatible with all your applications, but they usually tend to be more to your benefit than not. Every once in a while however, out comes an upgrade like the OS X Mavericks and you’re left dealing with more problems on your desktop than