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Tips to use security guard for your online media

The security threat over social media is often a big concern for its users. As you can see the cyber crooks have been waiting to find any opportunity to break the security of social media accounts and do malign the image of its users. You often hear how the accounts at Twitter of celebrities are being hacked by cyber criminals in order to the filthy stuff online. If you have been using social media sites on a regular basis, it is imperative to secure your accounts unlike the way security guards

Central Server for Gameover Zeus, Cryptolocker Taken Offline

In an era when malware and cybercriminals have pretty much become synonymous with the word Internet, there’s some good news, particularly for Windows users. A multinational operation comprising of America’s FBI, UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA) and Europol have successfully tracked and taken down at least one of the command and control servers for the insidious Gameover Zeus, along with the menacing and super-frustrating ransomware Cryptolocker. Despite some relief for the public, the thre

Why T-Mobile is No Longer T-iny

Just recently, T-Mobile held its very first earnings call headed by their CEO, John Legere. Legere was happy and in good spirits and he has every reason to be. This year’s second quarter marked a milestone in the company’s history; in other words, the company grew. It stopped growing for quite a long time and this quarter’s rise is a welcome surprise. T-Mobile’s Growth This year saw the incredible growth of the compan y who welcomed more than 600,000 new postpaid accounts, which co

Cloud: The Fastest Way To Get From Point A To Point B Is By Staying Put

Doing collaborative work in companies could be physically taxing for professionals especially when these activities involve long distance traveling and too much office legwork. Being on the road, in the air or sailing to far-off locations or merely going up and down several floors could be that exhausting and could bear down on even the most hardworking professionals. image source: credits to http://www.flickr.com Travel-related stress accounts for much of the work-related anxieties that many

Website Boo-boos You Should Avoid

According to statistics, a computer user spends six hours browsing the Internet on average each day. That is quite long if you consider all the hours that we need to spend at work, sleeping or running errands that do not require a computer. The millions of websites that inhabit cyberspace are one of the many reasons why people are drawn to spending most of their time in front of computers. Websites have become pretty powerful tools not just in business but even in personal relationships as well.

The Best Reasons to Develop an App for your Business

Have you noticed how business seems to be slow in your organization? If this is the case, one possible reason is that the tactics you are using for marketing and advertising your brand’s goods or services are not that really that effective. Even if your brand has properties with several social media sites, like a Facebook business page, an Instagram profile, or an account with Twitter, if all you are doing with them is posting updates and content, you sure are going to see few activities in th

Perfect Apps For The Artistic

Art is perceived by the senses but it fills a person’s soul. The wonder of art is mysterious yet undeniable. There are a lot of people who just cannot seem to get enough of it. These applications give them the convenience of enjoying different works of art on their mobile devices. Layers This application is a complete art studio right inside your mobile device. It has everything that you will ever need to put your creative juices in good use even when you are on the go. This application a