Proper data management has a serious impact on business.Read More
If you’re a frequent flyer, your credit card may have been compromised in a security breach in the fall of 2017.Read More
Technology has given small- and medium-sized businesses (SMB) countless opportunities to grow and expand.
But with these opportunities comes serious risks.Read More
The chief information security officer (CISO) is a relatively new position for most modern companies.
In the few decades it has existed, the position has grown in prominence and prestige.
In an era where attacks on an organization’s data is nearly commonplace, cybersecurity has become critical in protecting your business.
But what threats can a CISO expect to face in the coming year?Read More
As we continue to make life-changing advances in our technology, the possibilities for advanced technological support in our workplaces starts to widen.
Advanced technologies, like artificial intelligence (AI), are already starting to create a more efficient work environment in many industries around the world.Read More
“There’s no place like a community bank.”
That’s the theme of this year’s Community Bankers Association of Illinois’ 45th Annual Convention & Expo to be held Sept. 19-21 in Springfield.Read More
Those that have ever had to write a report in Word or present data in a meeting through Excel are most likely familiar with Microsoft Office.
Office has long ruled the business environment as the presentation tools of choice for many professionals.
Two successful services that Microsoft has released are Office 365 and Microsoft 365.
Now, you might be thinking: the similarity in their names probably causes confusion, right?Read More
Free Wi-Fi may seem like a boon in today’s plugged-in culture.
Most of us are probably elated to see that “Free Wi-Fi” sign in the window of our favorite coffee shop that gives us some peace of mind, knowing that we won’t have to use our precious data to surf the web while we wait for a latte.Read More
Apple users should upgrade to iOS 12.4 immediately to patch their devices against a series of dangerous vulnerabilities.
Researchers from Google’s Project Zero team discovered a number of exploits that require virtually no interaction from the user.Read More