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The Internet of Things 101

What is The Internet of Things (IoT)? The term “Internet of Things” refers to physical devices that can be controlled by a computer connected to the internet. IoT devices are often referred to as smart devices because you can operate, monitor, and collect information from “things” using your desktop computer or mobile device. The IoT revolutionizes the way you can interact with everyday devices like lights, switches, sensors, locks, security cameras, appliances, and HVAC equipment. Why are IoT Devices So Popular?...
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Why Cloud Computing is a Great Investment for Your Business

Companies including Amazon, Google, IBM, Microsoft, and Oracle, are spending billions of dollars building out infrastructure to meet the growing demand for cloud-based computing. Demand is exploding because all businesses regardless of size, will benefit from cloud computing. As a business owner, you must understand what cloud computing is and how to capitalize on it. So, What exactly is Cloud Computing? Cloud computing consists of three types of services, software as a service (SaaS), infrastructure as a service (IaaS), and...
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How to Protect Your Business From Cyber Crime

It’s a fact of life; if you have anything of value, unscrupulous people will try to take it from you. Unfortunately, in today’s world locking the door and setting the alarm will not protect your business. Securing your assets requires that you build a cybersecurity fortress around your business. What follows is a comprehensive list of all of the components of cyber security that you must address. It’s important to mention that you must do all of these things because...
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The Best Way to Create Great Passwords That are Easy to Remember

In today’s world protecting your information is vital. That’s why each time you use a new service you’re asked to set up a new “strong” password. This is a great first step to make yourself more secure, however a common problem is that many people use the same strong password for all of the sites they use. If you do this and your password is compromised on one site, then the cybercriminal who accessed your password will have access to everything.