A Few Things To Consider About Phone Screen Repairs

Posted on: 18 June 2020

For most people, a cellphone is critical to daily life. Most people invest extra money in keeping their phones safe with protective cases and screen covers. Unfortunately, it isn't always a guarantee that your phone's screen won't still get cracked. While screen covers help mitigate damage, sometimes a crack will still emerge if a phone drops just right on the ground. The good news is that there are some screen issues that can be repaired.
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Preventing Malware Issues: Dos And Don'ts

Posted on: 8 June 2020

There are numerous types of malware and malicious software programs, including spyware and viruses, that can put your entire computer system at serious risk if it is infected. There are some forms of malware that can result in your system running slowly, while other types of malware may compromise some of your most sensitive files. Virus protection software can help in the detection and removal of infectious programs; however, it is best to simply prevent them from the get-go.
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The Pros And Cons Of Using Cloud Storage

Posted on: 19 May 2020

Cloud storage may be one of the buzziest topics in tech. There's a lot to be said for working with a cloud storage provider, but you should understand the pros and cons of these systems before you make a choice. Here is a look at four topics that should be on all IT people's minds when making these decisions. Remote Availability A major pro of cloud storage is that it makes providing files to remote workers much simpler.
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Business Cloud Disaster Recovery Solutions Lock Out Ransomware Threats

Posted on: 30 April 2020

A cardinal rule of kidnapping is do not pay the ransom. If you pay the ransom, the extortionists will target you again and again. Despite this well-learned lesson, businesses are paying more ransom to cybercriminals stealing sensitive data. The average ransomware payment was $84,116 in Q4 2019, more than doubling from $41,198 in Q3.  Cyber thieves know that companies place a high value on recovering stolen data. The reputational damage of data breaches could put a company out of business.
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