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To say Tim was a “client” or that we “worked together, but were at different companies” is a misnomer. Tim and I still work together on many business opportunities. He is very communicative, taking the time to listen, offering great advice and provides fantastic insight on the projects we’ve worked on. I definitely would recommend him to anyone.
Apple’s new trade-in program might just help cut-down costs for those who have bad luck keeping their iPhones in perfect condition. They are hoping to achieve an increase in sales by allowing iPhone users to trade in their damaged iPhones (5s and up) for an upgrade rather than a standard screen repair. Apple has stated […]
If you’re like me, you’re probably getting pretty sick of hackers, or as I like to call them criminals, using their technology skills to find new and dubious ways of making our lives exponentially more difficult. The banking malware Dridex is currently at the top of my list of malware that infuriates me. Why? Because […]
Keep Your Company in Google’s Top Search by Adapting HTTPS It’s time to start concentrating on your company’s website security. Google is now prioritizing HTTPS as a ranking signal and if your website still contains HTTP, you’re prone to get over looked. Security is a top priority. Google is working on making the web a […]
As companies are making efforts to obtain Level 1 PCI compliance, they are required to provide overwhelming amounts of evidence to a third-party assessor, specifically qualified for the job. Other levels of PCI can be achieved by merely completing a self-assessment questionnaire, as well as passing quarterly security scans. Level 1 is not so easily […]
There’s a lot to consider when it comes to securing your business’ Information Technology. Network, email, backups and more present vulnerabilities in your business that could easily be exploited by cybercriminals. Even something as seemingly minor as outdated hardware can present a serious threat to your data’s integrity. Assessment professionals TechCheck recently released a report […]
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