How Geolocation Data Collection Can be Useful to Businesses

How Geolocation Data Collection Can be Useful to Businesses

Aug 19

In the age of rapid and constantly growing technology, geolocation is sneaking its way into just about every device and application we use. For some applications, it seems necessary, and for others the purpose is less clear, but consumers are accepting it anyways, because hell, why not? When your location is tracked and recorded, it is typically meant to add value to the users experience....

New Microsoft Products and Services Agreement Will Benefit Your Small to Medium Sized Business!

New Microsoft Products and Services Agreement Will Benefit Your Small to Medium Sized Business!

Aug 18

Volume licensing of software makes it easier and more affordable to run software on multiple computers within an organization. So it’s good news for Microsoft volume licensees. Microsoft recently announced that they are replacing its Select Plus agreement with the new Microsoft Products and Services Agreement (MPSA). This replacement will happen gradually over the course of three years, but it...

Many Cars to Adopt a Wireless Charging Unit in the Coming Year 

Many Cars to Adopt a Wireless Charging Unit in the Coming Year 

Aug 14

Wireless charging in cars is quickly becoming a reality! There are already several car models that offer this feature, and many more to come next year. Although projections expect these wireless chargers to accelerate in the year 2015, there are three competing standards for different specifications that have become a barrier for many to adopt this new technology. These varying specifications...

Three Intuitive Flexible and Customizable Methods to Making a Table in Microsoft Word

Three Intuitive Flexible and Customizable Methods to Making a Table in Microsoft Word

Aug 12

Creating a table in Microsoft Word wasn’t always intuitive and efficient. However, in the latest version of Microsoft Word, creating a table is easier than ever. Microsoft now provides different methods for creating tables, and they’re all easily customizable and flexible. Here is a list of three of the many different methods: Graphic Grid First open a blank new document, and position the cursor...

Google Provides Incentive to Switch to HTTPS Security

Google Provides Incentive to Switch to HTTPS Security

Aug 11

Attention all business owners! Google has recently announced plans to reward websites that uses secure, encrypted HTTPS connections to transmit pages and exchange data a boost in their search result rankings. The change is designed to promote improved online security by encouraging developers to implement a SSL 2048-bit key certificate on their websites. Google is determined to encourage all...

FBI Acquires Legal Search Warrant to Crack Anonymous Network TOR

FBI Acquires Legal Search Warrant to Crack Anonymous Network TOR

Aug 08

This just in! The FBI is cracking TOR anonymously. Tor is a network or open-source software that allows you to surf the web anonymously. It achieves this by accepting connections from the public Internet, or “clearnet” and encrypting the traffic and bouncing it through series of computers before dumping it back on the web through any of the over 1100, “exit nodes.” This network was a place for...

500,000 Victims of Cryptolocker Can Finally Recover Files Without Paying a Ransom

500,000 Victims of Cryptolocker Can Finally Recover Files Without Paying a Ransom

Aug 07

In 2013 antivirus companies discovered a new ransomware known as Cryptolocker. Cryptolocker is a ransomware trojan that targets computers running Mirosoft Windows. Ransomware is the type of malware that restricts access to the computer system it infects, and demands a ransom paid to the creator to remove the restriction. Cryptolocker encrypted files on Windows computers, and demanded a $400 fee...

Union Street Guest House Hotel Threatens Wedding Guests – What Can Your Business Learn From This?

Union Street Guest House Hotel Threatens Wedding Guests – What Can Your Business Learn From This?

Aug 06

Union Street Guest House, a boutique hotel in Hudson, New York has recently been on the rise to infamy, as they attempted to fine a wedding couple $500 for each negative review posted online by its guests. The hotel also claims to fine you if you’re staying with them to attend a wedding at another venue in the area, but leave a negative review. The terribly inhospitable policy on their website...