It probably is fair to say that most of us are glued to our computers for a large part of each and every day. Accordingly, how can we improve our computer experience? A good start is to follow eight fairly simple tips, among a variety of other tips that also could be considered.
First, make sure periodically to restart your computer. A restart can cure computer sluggishness. We all have a need for speed, so reboot!
The second tip is not use your keyboard as a plate. You accidentally could spill something that could destroy your computer. Also, computer keyboards host all sorts of bacteria and thus are not sanitary. So, don’t compute where you eat! Continue reading “How to Improve Your Computer Experience”
Many people use the same password for all of their accounts. Why? Because it is easy to remember just one password across all accounts.
But is that a good idea? Nope. If that password were to fall into the wrong hands, it potentially could be used more pervasively to the disadvantage of the true password holder.
And this is not a hypothetical concern. Indeed, recent press reports are rife with disclosures of major password hacks/leaks.
Continue reading “Trouble In Password Paradise”
Business want to know whether they are potential targets for security breaches, and if so, they seek to identify the types of electric records that may be at risk.
The Trustwave 2012 Global Security Report sheds some light on these concerns by identifying top data-security risk areas. Highlights of the report include the following findings:
Continue reading “Is Your Company At Risk For A Security Breach?”