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The Numbers Game: Layering Your AV Protection

The Baltimore Ravens won their first Super Bowl in 2000 on the strength of a nearly impenetrable defense. It allowed just 10.3 points per game – a record for a 16-game season in the National Football League.

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Survey: 81% of Small Business Employees Are Satisfied with Their Jobs [Infographic]

Technology has changed the way we communicate, socialize and do business. Every day, millions of employees in the US use some form of technology as part of their daily work and personal activities, contributing to the growth and success of the companies that they work for. Technology has also enabled the US employee to do […]

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10 Tips to Enforce Your Online Security

I recently wrote an article called What the Hack, in which I discussed the spate of hack attacks happening at the time. Unfortunatley, not much has changed since then, and we keep on hearing of more and more password leaks, hacks, identities being stolen and loss of personal information. One of the password leaks that […]

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9 Holiday Phishing Scams to Look Out For

During this very hectic and busy time of year, online shopping, charity events and package deliveries increase in frequency. Cyber-criminals are aware of this and attempt to take full advantage of both the opportunity and the fact that because many people are so busy trying to get things done in time they let their guard […]

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Analyzing Email Communications (Part 3)

At one time or another, you’ve surely needed to quickly find a specific email that’s been buried by the many other messages in your inbox. It can be like searching for a needle in a haystack. And with all your job responsibilities, it can be difficult to keep track of the progress your staff is […]

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Beware the Ides of Cyber Monday

‘Tis the season to … go shopping?  In the U.S., the day after Thanksgiving – often called “Black Friday” – has traditionally been the heaviest shopping day of the year. Spending on that day in 2012 totaled a record-breaking $59.1 billion despite an uncertain economy. In the last decade, though, another “big spender” day has […]

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Beware the Black Clouds this Friday

Who doesn’t love a bargain? Black Friday is one of those days we all wait for when an item we had set our eyes on weeks or months before, becomes available at a price that suits our budget. It doesn’t matter where you buy it from – the store or online – you’re still bound […]

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BYOD: 16 Rules to Avoid “Bring Your Own Disaster” [Infographic]

Productivity is what you want in your business; and productivity increases when your employees are happy in their  jobs. Giving them space and a level of freedom to use their own devices on the company network is one approach that shows trust– and that makes them happy. At the same time, you do not want […]

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Telecommuting: Is it the Wave of the Future or On the Way Out?

I’ve been working from home for over 15 years now – but then, I’m a self-employed sole proprietor.  Most of the people I know work for small/medium businesses, corporations or government entities. For a long time, I was the envy of all those friends and relatives who had to get all dressed up and fight […]

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What’s New in GFI MailArchiver® 2013 R2

GFI MailArchiver archives more than just your email. Following last year’s addition of simple file archiving, the GFI MailArchiver team is introducing archiving of calendar items and meeting requests. Product manager Ian Bugeja tells us a bit more about the latest features. Ian, why calendar archiving? Everybody uses the Calendar feature to schedule and arrange […]

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