Breaches – Are you on a Hackers Watchlist?

In the last decade, billions of people have had their information stolen from one, if not multiple, business sectors. Technology is constantly expanding, and with new technology comes new ways of hacking into seemingly secure data. As technology advances, people tend to forget about outdated technology and are lackadaisical about security. Outdated devices, human error, malware, and theft are all things that contribute greatly to the possibility of a data breach.

Mischievous Malware

Unfortunately, malware is not a foreign term, in fact it’s pretty well known to anyone that uses a computer. There are several types of malware, as well as mediums in which you may receive it. So, before you click on that link for the free cruise you won, think about all of the personal data you could be giving away.

Essential remote working tools to keep your teams productive

If vaccination programs are rolled out effectively and enough people are inoculated, then the United States may very well claim victory over COVID-19 (at least within her own borders). Consumers will soon flock to malls, movie theaters, and arenas, but office workers who were allowed to work remotely are likely to be given the choice to return to their stations or remain where they are.

The best IT tools to facilitate remote learning

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, many schools were forced to have their students attend online classes instead of in-person ones. For areas with poor or no connectivity and families that can’t afford internet service and computers, local communities and governments have had to step in to help.

Blockchain: How it can be used to improve education

Most widely known as the technology that makes cryptocurrency transactions secure, verifiable, and irreversible, blockchain actually has many other use cases outside of finance. This is because blockchains, in essence, are distributed ledgers.

In accounting, ledgers are records of accounts.

How your business can move with ease from legacy hardware & software

It’s now 2020 — is your business still using legacy hardware and software? In technology parlance, “legacy” refers to anything that’s outdated or obsolete. If so, you’re in trouble.

In New Jersey, competition is stiff for small- and mid-sized businesses (SMBs). Small businesses make up 99.6% of all enterprises in the state.

Artificial intelligence: Should we allow AI to write for us?

If you think that AI isn’t already being used to create content in official publications, think again. Such notable sources as The New York Times, The Washington Post, Reuters, The Associated Press, and Yahoo! Sports are already generating content with AI. Granted, these stories are mostly the who, what, when, and where variety, like sports shorts that focus on successes, scores, and statistics.

4 Reasons why you should develop custom software for your business

You need to be unique to thrive in today's overcrowded global marketplace. Business leaders try all sorts of things to build a brand that will stand the test of time by giving its customers a genuinely memorable experience. Whether that involves offering a wider range of services, changing business models, or going after a different demographic, the possibilities are limited only by your imagination.

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