September 26, 2016

More Security Added To Gmail

May 11, 2016 Chris Crum

Google announced some changes to Gmail to keep users safe. For one, if you receive a message from or are about to send a message to a person whose email service doesn’t support TLS encryption, Gmail will display a broken lock icon in the message.

WordPress Security and Maintenance

May 10, 2016 Beth

I have been working with WordPress for over 8 years now and I still love it as a blog and content management system (CMS). When I started working with WordPress, I didn’t have to worry much about people trying to hack my site or find vulnerabilities. That was something that […]

Should You Be Using Flash?

May 2, 2016 Chris Crum

The writing has been on the wall for quite a while. Flash is dying a slow death, yet it continues to gasp for air. After some new vulnerabilities were discovered, many have been calling for the plug to be pulled.

Dropbox Is now Used By Over Eight Million Companies

May 1, 2016 Chris Crum

Dropbox is celebrating its 8th birthday by sharing a bunch of stats, including the fact that it has surpassed 400 million registered users. According to the company, users are taking Dropbox to work at over 8 million businesses. They also have 100,000 actual Dropbox for Business customers.

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