If you’ve been watching the number of data breaches rise in recent years, you’ve probably reinforced your data security systems. Hopefully, you also have a strict set of rules that govern data storage and how that data is accessed by employees and contractors.
Articles by Jenna Cyprus
Publishing in the past looked much different than it does today. Not only do we have more advanced print machines, but we also have more digital technology that simplifies the entire printing experience. Plus, we’re seeing an increase in audio-related content, indicating an exciting new landscape fed by technology.
Over time, most people and businesses accumulate computer hardware and networking equipment. But once you no longer need a piece of hardware, there’s no sense in keeping it around. So, what do you do with it?
Remember the days when ribbon cable was popular? Okay, maybe you’re too young to remember its popularity, but if you’ve cracked open a computer, you’ve likely seen flat ribbons connecting drives to the motherboard. While flat cables are still used to connect components inside certain devices, they’re no longer used externally. Cable styles have shifted along with technology, leaning toward the thin side.
Cybersecurity is becoming an increasing concern for businesses, individuals, and even governments. The average cost of a data breach is now $3.86 million, and with more of our personal lives being tied up in a digital format, the stakes for any cyber threat are incrementally growing higher.
While school is already in full swing, it’s never too late to add some school gadgets and supplies to your shopping list. The Fall 2018 semester is all about sleek, advanced technology that makes it easier and more intuitive to learn and grasp challenging academic topics.
For patients with hard to treat medical conditions, technology is transforming healthcare protocols and improving quality of life. Data-driven treatment, for example, has helped oncology centers develop personalized medicine based on patients’ specific biomarkers.
Whether you’re looking for a technological detox or you just want to get away from “real life” for a while, camping is a time-tested vacation tradition that keeps campers coming back, year after year.
Video games are no stranger to criticism. Over the years, they’ve been blamed for encouraging laziness, fostering the development of brain rot (or other cognitive limitations), and even increasing violence (despite no real evidence to back up the claim). But like any technology, video games aren’t inherently good or evil; all that matters is how you use them. There are actually several benefits to playing video games regularly, and with the right gadgets and devices in tow, you can enhance those benefits significantly. The Benefits of Video Games How exactly can video games be good for you? Spatial reasoning and…
Cable and satellite television companies have long had the practice of setting high rates for their services because they had no one to compete with. But now that online streaming services are growing swiftly in popularity, the situation is changing. These trends threaten the kingdom that cable companies have reigned over for decades.
In today’s world, data drives just about every facet of our lives. That’s to our advantage because data is objective and can paint a picture we can’t see with our subjective minds.
Wearable technology is rapidly moving in a new and intelligent direction. If you haven’t been sold on smartwatches and fitness trackers, get ready for the next wave of the wearable tech trend. It’s called smart clothing, and it’s already a reality.
In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook users have become more concerned about their privacy than ever before. The #deletefacebook hashtag has been trending for days, and many users see the latest misuse of Facebook user data as the “last straw” in ending their trust with the social media giant.
The days of the landline are long over, but cell phones aren’t always the most reliable. That’s why, when it comes to minimizing operational downtime, more businesses are considering a shift to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP).
Productivity and efficiency are critically important for small businesses that don’t have the luxury of wasting resources. However, it isn’t always easy figuring out how to maximize productivity in different areas of your business. But the good news is there are a number of solutions specifically designed to help you tackle the challenges in these areas.
Netflix is currently the number one movie-watching platform in the country, and its online streaming success hailed in an era filled with streaming services just like it. Nearly 100 million people take advantage of Netflix’s services.
Today’s tech gadgets can do more than just entertain us when we’re bored or increase our daily convenience. It can also act as protection. There are security systems that can instantly alert you of an intruder. You can also install smart locks that are unpickable.
Your home is supposed to be your little sliver of privacy and comfort in an increasingly hostile world. It’s a place where you have the luxury of retreating and relaxing. Unfortunately, criminals don’t always respect this privacy and encroach on safety for their own personal benefit. How you defend your home will determine the safety and security of your property.
It’s impossible to deny the growth of remote working and how it’s taking over the business world. For millennials, who love the idea of flexible work, this is welcome news. What technology is fueling this rise – and what new trends are paving the way for tomorrow?
If you haven’t hired an IT team, you’ve got your hands full. If you only hire outside professionals when there’s a problem, you’re spending more money than you realize. Despite the evolution of the internet, Google doesn’t have all the answers. Sometimes you need real people to solve your problems.
How often are you on the phone at your job? An hour a day? A few minutes a day? Or do you feel like you’re almost constantly on the phone?