It’s that holiday time of year again, and that means it’s over the river and through the woods to…well, fix your family’s Wi-Fi and other tech problems. You know it’s coming. Might as well be prepared for it. This article and … Continued
One of the best things to protect yourself, Jutras says, is to take your computer offline and then contact the actual provider. Also, do not click on links or documents you don’t recognize. “A legitimate company won’t call you and … Continued
“More than three-quarters of IT professionals have seen and kept secret potentially embarrassing information about their colleagues, according to new research conducted by AlienVault. The research, which surveyed the attitudes of more than 600 IT professionals into how they are … Continued
I’ve always been bothered by the idea of QR codes. I felt that they undermined everything we tried to teach users about online security. Don’t open email attachments that you weren’t expecting, don’t blindly follow links without checking where they … Continued
I know, I’ve written before about depression, and the risks associated with being in a high-demand, always connected, career like IT. Last week, I spotted another article on this topic that I thought really had some good advice on how … Continued
So yeah, we need to talk about this. Not just in IT, in every industry and workplace. 1 in 10 Americans reports suffering from depression. If you have more than 10 people working in your company, there is a very, very good chance that someone there is dealing with depression, and is at risk. They, like me, need help.
Another random thought I had on vacation back in November. Watching our fellow cruise passengers on group excursions or at meals was an interesting experience. Most, like us, were simply excited to have some time away and saw the whole … Continued