Ten Terrible Ways to Tell Your IT Team You Love them This Valentine’s Day

Given how difficult life on an IT team can be, it’s only appropriate to show a little love to the unsung heroes who keep networks and applications humming along. So let's use this Valentine’s Day as an opportunity to express our devotion to our favorite members of the IT team. … [Read more...]

2018 Olympics Site Snowed Under by Hackers: Who’s Responsible?

Just four days in and the 2018 Winter Olympics have already seen their fair share of setbacks. First, there’s the norovirus, which has reportedly infected 194 athletes, then there’s the gale force winds, disrupting and postponing events. But forces of nature aside, the most formidable threat so far has been digital. … [Read more...]

Bad Karma: Typosquatters Set Up Fake ‘Reddit.co’ To Steal User Credentials

Aggregator and social network Reddit.com is one of the most popular websites on the internet. In fact, the site it touts itself as the “front page of the internet." But that level of popularity has made it a target for fraudsters, and now, Reddit users, especially those with clumsy fingers, might be at risk.  … [Read more...]

Defrag The Month: The Biggest IT Stories from January 2018

New Year, (not so) new security problems. And what a year it’s been! From the Meltdown/Spectre fallout to the rise of cryptojacking, to rumors of Dell buying itself back public, 2018 has been a hell of a year for the IT space—and it’s only been a month. In this edition of Defrag This, hosts Greg Mooney and Jeff Edwards break down the biggest tech stories of January 2018. … [Read more...]

Cloud Glossary: The Terms You Need to Know

In 2018, it’s pretty obvious that Larry Ellison was wrong. The cloud is here to stay, so you'd better understand it, if you don't already.  … [Read more...]

Meltdown: What you need to know about the Intel Core Bug Affecting Billions of Computers

Just last week, we were looking back at the most significant hacks and attacks of 2017, and wondering what lay ahead for 2018. Well, wonder no more. Security researchers have discovered two major design flaws in Intel processor chips that affect millions of devices—in fact, nearly every Intel chip produced since 2010 is at risk.  … [Read more...]

Looking Back at 2017’s biggest Data Breaches

2017 will go down in the history books as the year that data breaches became mainstream news. From the WannaCry attacks to Equifax, it seems like there's a new breach in the headlines every week.  … [Read more...]

The Worst Passwords of 2017 Are Just as Embarrassing as You Thought

It’s that time again, where, with the new year ahead, we make resolutions to better ourselves, and look back on the past year and face just how bad we really were….at coming up with strong passwords. … [Read more...]

Emerging Technologies to Consider for Your 2018 Roadmap

As we welcome the New Year, the pressure is on for senior IT leaders. Today more than ever, businesses are looking for emerging technology to facilitate revenue generation and produce greater value for customers. … [Read more...]

7 Tips to Protect Your Digital Assets from Unsecured WiFi

Common sense goes a long way in making sure cybercriminals in the coffee shop don’t find a way to tap into your enterprise systems. … [Read more...]