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Welcome to the Future of Self-Healing Phones

Self-Healing Phones

How many times have you dropped or scratched your phone? If you have more than one phone, you can bet you’ll drop your favorite and that the warranty has expired. Now you have to go to your carrier to see what phones are on sale so that you can get one that you will probably drop again. LG G Flex …

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How e-Commerce Businesses Can Assure Customers Their Info is Safe

As a business owner, having a website is a great way to promote your products and services, as well as take orders from customers. Unfortunately, an ongoing case of consumer paranoia, fueled in part by security breaches at a few major retailers, may prevent potential customers from ordering from you because they are afraid their personal information will not remain …

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Protect Your Greatest Small Business Asset: Time

If your work week is way more than 40 hours, your smartphone is glued to your hand, and your to-do list is multiple pages of overdue tasks—you know how valuable every minute of your time is. Americans spend an average of 7.6 hours a day working, 2.5 hours per day on household chores, and another two hours on childcare if …

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McAfee Labs Threats Report: 80% of Biz Owners Unable to Detect Phishing Scams

Sept. 4, 2014 – McAfee Labs today released the McAfee Labs Threats Report: August 2014, revealing that phishing continues to be an effective tactic for infiltrating enterprise networks. McAfee tested business users’ ability to detect online scams, and uncovered that: 80% of its participants failed to detect at least one of seven phishing emails 88% of surveyors in Accounting, Finance …

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Tell Customers SaaS Is More than Cost Savings: It’s a Partnership

Cloud technologies have been adopted by 94 percent of organizations surveyed, which included businesses of all sizes, according to the RightScale State of the Cloud Survey for 2014. It’s even more encouraging to read that slightly more than half of small and medium-sized businesses with fewer than 1,000 employees, are considered cloud explorers who have several projects and applications in …

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The NSA Gets an OK for Telephony Metadata Collection Yet Again

As much as we’d like to forget about the National Security Agency (NSA) and its mass surveillance program, it seems that there is no distracting ourselves from this unnerving reality. Missing from the news for quite some time now, the issue has resurfaced once again with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) renewing the government agency’s authorization to continue with …

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Tech Gadgets That Can Put You At Risk

When referring to the missing Malaysia Airline, it’s safe to say no theory is safe. One of them, according to The Phoenix, is a remote breach of security to its flight path. Geeks, I’d be a little pissed off myself if our transit industry was vulnerable. Just think of what that means for your everyday gadgets. Smart TVs and wearable …

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