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Should you tell app-loving generation z no in the workplace? – http://bit.ly/1A2MYof

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Breaches are everywhere – http://bit.ly/17n4b1b

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Hey Moto, why have you flipped?


Brand new Moto X (Generation 2) broken out of the box. No auto rotate and hey what’s wrong with the camera??      

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Risks of Default Passwords on the Internet


    "This link is provided for informational purposes only and does not represent an endorsement by or affiliation with the US-CERT (DHS). Click here to go to US-CERT National Cyber Awareness System: TA13-175A: Risks of Default Passwords on the Internet 06/24/2013 03:11 PM EDT Original release date: June 24, 2013 Systems Affected Any system…

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8 Things Windows 8 Tablets Can Do That The iPad Can’t


  Read this and found it to be right on the money.  Check out this article from Business Insider. Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/exclusive-windows-8-tablet-features-2013-5?op=1#ixzz2VAOfdef6    

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250K accounts on Twitter were compromised


  Twitter posted a blog article on Friday February 01, 2013 detailing a sophisticated attack and a possible compromise of a quarter of Twitters user accounts. Twitter wrote in their blog, “Though only a very small percentage of our users were potentially affected by this attack, we encourage all users to take this opportunity to…

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Lenovo makes a statement


  We recently started purchasing more computers from PC maker Lenovo.  Typical customer service from computer companies varies from excellent to barely capable.  In this case Lenovo has chosen to show its commitment to the US market in writing.  You be the judge, is it funny or unacceptable?  Read the email below and decide for…

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DHS Warning = Disable or Remove Java


  “The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has warned users to disable or uninstall Java software on their computers, amid continuing fears and an escalation in warnings from security experts that hundreds of millions of business and consumer users are vulnerable to a serious flaw. Hackers have discovered a weakness in Java 7 security that…

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The New Paradigm


TIPS AND TRICKS This is a re-posting of an article that Microsoft included in their monthly communication to us.  I am not a great writer but when I read this article I know instantly this is what I have been saying for some time now to anyone that will listen.  Read on and enjoy. ~…

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New age of Virus, Spyware and Bots


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While we still use many of the same old names – viruses, Trojans, and worms – today’s malware deserves much more respect than many are giving it. Where traditional viruses mostly aimed to disrupt operations or win fame for their coders’ cleverness, today’s malware enables potent multistage attacks called advanced persistent threats. In these carefully…

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