IT has matured and turned into something that’s part of any business operation. And as businesses are born or age, IT needs to adapt. The time to ask questions about what needs to be done is now. Legacy systems lose support over time, computers need upgrading or replacement, and systems need monitoring. Not taking these steps means losing efficiency, which results in lost income. The longer it takes for someone to perform a task on his or her computer, the less time he or she has to do a job properly. The following are three ways to make IT more efficient in 2017 and improve your operations. Continue reading →
Originally posted on April 5, 2017 @ 10:58 pm
The world of online publishing is in a constant flux, with changes often happening more quickly than one can keep up. That’s not to say that an online publisher has no chance of making it – it’s just that you have to be constantly open to change and ready to adapt.
One of the prevailing concerns that can hinder your online publishing business is privacy and/or security. We know that governments have been keeping tabs on online traffic, and whatever the nature of your content may be, who is to say that you are safe from prosecution? If this concern has been weighing heavily on your mind, then maybe it’s time you took a look at a workable solution that can free your time so that you can focus on the essence of your business: publishing.
Perhaps the most effective solution to this is getting a VPN service. Continue reading →
Originally posted on February 18, 2014 @ 8:00 am
On a regular internet today, fraudulent activities are just lurking around. Users can be scammed, sites can be hacked and people can become a victim of phishing and identity theft. No matter how careful you are, you can never be sure about your privacy and security while browsing online.
Active internet users, however, can protect themselves today by using a VPN or a virtual private network. Businesses, private individuals and educational institutions are using this in an effort to keep their vital information private and not visible to the prying eyes of the public.
A VPN is a new technology that makes use of a public network to connect remote networks and users but in a more discreet and secure manner. Organizations and people using this enjoy private internet surfing as data they’re reading is encrypted and therefore, cannot be intercepted by anybody using an unsecured public network.
Various companies now provide this service. You can choose to sign up between the free and paid VPNs. But how would you know a good VPN provider? Continue reading →
Originally posted on April 17, 2013 @ 1:00 am