Is BYOD a Good Idea for Small Biz?

Many small businesses allow, even encourage employees to “BYOD” (bring your own device) instead of using company-issued ones. Letting workers use their personal phones and tablets for business saves money and training time. But BYOD, or any use of mobile devices with business networks, carries its own headaches. Here are some points to ponder, and tips for small business owners…
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Is Your WordPress Site Vulnerable?

WordPress is the most popular content management system on the Internet, by a long shot. The open-source platform powers 23 percent of all websites, according to the statistics trackers at W3Techs.

Are You Ready For Chipped Credit Cards?

U.S. banks are changing the security features of customers’ credit and debit cards in a long overdue measure to reduce card fraud. Cards will still work the old-fashioned way, but merchants who upgrade their systems to use the new security features will save money. They’ll also avoid the new liabilities for fraudulent charges that will be borne by merchants who don’t upgrade their systems…

DDOS Attacks: Are You Vulnerable?

One of the most devastating online hazards is becoming more common and powerful, striking many prominent websites and crippling them for days at a time. Learn what Distributed Denial Of Service (DDOS) attacks are; who is launching them; and what defenses are available. Read on…


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