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15 Common Tech Mistakes Small-Businesses Make (and How to Avoid Them)
Whether a natural disaster or something more nefarious causes you to lose an Internet connection, dial-up can offer online access when all else fails.
Every New Year brings an opportunity to review existing security plans and adjust strategies for the next year. Here are tips from Forrester Research.
Follow these 7 tips to protect your IT assets -- and essential company data -- from a service provider breakup gone bad.
Find out why your documents won’t print, where your downloads disappear to, what a .dat file is, how those infernal toolbars invaded your browser, and much more.
You're right not to trust public Wi-Fi when you're doing important business. To keep your online activities to yourself, these three VPN services let you work within a secure Web tunnel.
These tips and tricks will help you destroy old data and make sure that your old drives are wiped clean.
Flaming laptops, nosy mothers, and server racks sent tumbling down stairs: These seven real-world tales tell of IT brain fail.
As smartphones grow more powerful than the PCs we used just a decade ago, they increasingly become the target of scam artists. Here's how to beef up security for your iOS, Android, BlackBerry, or Windows handset.
The California Supreme Court says cell phone data can be searched without a warrant, providing a powerful reminder to businesses to take data security seriously. Here are first steps.
If you work in IT security, these tips can help make your work better in 2011 by reviewing the highs and lows of the past year.
Technology isn’t going to stop moving forward. It’s time to take stock of where your company’s tech is taking you--and of how to prepare for tomorrow.
When seeking tech support for your small business, could your best option be the nearest outlet of a chain retailer? Here's how tech help from big brands compares with that of independent IT shops.
When we first heard about cloud computing, public clouds got most of the attention. But private clouds are set to grow in popularity.
Sometimes you have to get a little crazy to find the right solution to technology problems gone absurd.