Home Security Is a Must Have Item Today

A security system for your home is something you may often consider but selecting a good security option is vital so you get the proper protection from your home and family. There are many security systems available today in the market so it is wise to do your research to get the right system at the… Read more

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Ransomware behind 39 percent of malware cases: Verizon security report

Ransomware viruses like the types that recently impacted public services in Atlanta and Baltimore accounted for nearly 40 percent of malicious software-related security breaches last year, including the vast majority of malware incidents within the health care sector, according to Verizon’s annual Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) released Tuesday. Verizon’s analysis of over 53,000 security incidents… Read more

Excessive Sitting Linked To Thinning Of Brain Structures

Most of us are aware that spending long periods in a seated position can increase the risk of metabolic issues, heart problems, and early death. In addition to physical health risks, a new study has stated that too much sitting can negatively affect your brain, particularly the region associated with memory. The study titled “Sedentary behavior… Read more

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This change can make your online browsing faster and more private

Consider choosing what DNS service you use. Don’t worry, it’s easier than it sounds. This computer user looks really free and peaceful. Photo by Avi Richards on Unsplash There is a small, simple step you can take right now that promises to make your online browsing faster and more private. It’s an active choice you can… Read more

‘More millennials prefer to work from home’

There is a small but growing number of millennials who have opted to resign from their jobs in private and government firms after 10 years and shift to home-based jobs, Civil Service Commission (CSC) Commissioner Leopoldo Roberto Valderosa Jr. disclosed yesterday. Valderosa, guest speaker during the 26th anniversary of the Phil. Postal Corp. (PHLPost) as a… Read more

Work from home: Williams-Sonoma is hiring customer service associates in 5 states

A popular work-at-home job opportunity is back again! Williams-Sonoma is hiring full-time furniture customer service associates in five states. Right now, there are jobs available in Georgia, Ohio, Texas, Nevada and Oklahoma. RELATED: Amazon, AT&T and Uber are hiring like crazy in April Job alert: Williams-Sonoma is hiring and you can work from home Customer service… Read more

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New Frontier Data Acquires Hemp Business Journal

New Frontier Data Acquires Hemp Business Journal Washington – New Frontier Data, the leading provider of data, analytics and business intelligence in the cannabis industry, has acquired Hemp Business Journal, the trusted source for hemp data, market research and business intelligence for the Global Industrial Hemp and CBD industry. “As legalization has expanded across the country,… Read more

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The complete guide to spring cleaning your computer

Blow away those digital cobwebs You don’t need a broom to clean up your computer Alex Knight/Unsplash/Pixabay If you want to keep your house clean, you need to dust it regularly; if you want your car to run well, you should service it annually; and if you want your computer to stay speedy and responsive, it… Read more

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LED Lights Can Now Broadcast Internet That is Faster and More Secure Than WiFi

One of the latest and brightest tech revolutions is being implemented into a French office space – and if proven successful, it could start delivering speedier and safer data around the world. Philips Lighting, the world’s largest electronic lighting company, is test-driving LiFi: a wireless technology that broadcasts the internet through light. Looking like a simple… Read more

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Acronis Warns About the Worst Year for Data Loss Incidents and Cyberattacks, Urges Immediate Action to Prepare

Nearly two-thirds of people surveyed have not heard of ransomware and are not prepared for the new sophisticated attacks; yet damages are predicted to cost the world $11.5 billion in the next 12 months, which can only be mitigated through public education campaigns and innovative data protection solutions SCHAFFHAUSEN, Switzerland, March 30, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — On… Read more

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