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Why An Overqualified Employee Might Be A Great Choice

In many cases, when a hiring manager sees a resume for an open position from an obviously overqualified candidate, the immediate reaction is to toss it. Too often, they’re not even considered, ...

Group Video On Mobile Devices

Wouldn’t it be great if you could find a free, high-quality group video conferencing solution, offered by a company with a proven track record for quality? Great news if you’ve been looking ...

Hackers Are Upping the Stakes and Holding Networks Hostage

Remember the ‘Good ol’ days,’ when all hackers would try to do is breach your security, steal your files and crash your servers? Well, things are about to get a lot messier, ...

Employee Security Breaches Are On The Rise – What Can You Do?

Hardly a week goes by that there’s not some or other high profile hacking attack or data breach in the news. These headline making attacks get the lion’s share of the attention ...

First Ever Ransomware on OSX

It finally happened. Ransomware has officially made its first appearance on OSX. Anyone who downloaded version 2.90 of the “Transmission” App (which is a legitimate Bittorrent app available in the Apple Store) ...

Check Before Updating Your Java

Software companies seem to be losing their longstanding battle with the hacking community. In a recent blog post, Eric P. Maurice, who is the director of Software Security Assurance for Oracle, reported ...

Avoid These Dangerous Activities Online

There are a lot of things we do on the internet that we take for granted, but in some cases, and in certain parts of the world, there are things that can ...

Apple Replacing USB-C Cables For Certain Models

USB-C cable technology has enormous promise, so it’s a real shame that it has been plagued with so many issues in recent months. The problems for the new technology began a few ...

Why You May Want To Rethink “Smart” Devices in the Office

Has your network ever been attacked or successfully hacked by a rogue refrigerator? That sentence sounds silly, but believe it or not, it has actually happened! As the number of smart, internet-connected ...

Own an LG Phone? You Might Be At Risk

LG has a problem, and if you own an LG phone, you’ve got a problem too. The reason? LG phones come with an app called “Smart Notice” preloaded and activated on literally ...

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