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9/11 and Communication Technology.

9/11/2001 – a sobering memory. This article from Wired.com is an interesting look back on the communication technology available at the time (Note: the article makes some political statements which I neither endorse nor condemn – the tech aspects are the good reading). The web was still in its awkward adolescence, AOL the world’s dominant … Continue reading

Phishing and the Human Factor.

Phishing remains, despite widespread knowledge and precaution, one of the most prolific and successful of all crooked methods used to gain access to your accounts and/or sensitive data. While many know the risks, far fewer seem to comprehend just how at-risk their organization is from the co-opting of users via phishing scams. Why exactly is … Continue reading

4 Crucial Tips for Client Communication in a Crisis.

Picture this: You’re a business owner whose livelihood is dependent on a particular important server – and you wake up one day to find that it conked out overnight. You’re losing thousands of dollars for every minute the server is down. Code red! Who you gonna call? The trusty IT support technician, of course. You … Continue reading

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