Is Google The Computer From Star Trek?

If you’ve ever seen a Star Trek episode, you’ll know that “computer” always knew the answer to whatever the commander needed to know to run the starship, do battles with aliens, and it even made tea…Earl Grey.  In business today, Google has taken on the role of answering questions and providing information.

Luck Is For Leprechauns Not Your Business!

If your business hasn’t been the target of malicious intruders or cybercriminals, consider yourself lucky. Hackers are a relentless bunch and they want your gold: information and access they can use to exploit weaknesses in your business Internet security.

Social Media Marketing Tools: 8 Picks

New social media marketing tools seem to pop up every day, so here’s some help sorting the best from the rest:

MENTION: Google Alerts for the social web. MENTION helps you monitor your brand’s presence on social networks, forums, blogs and more.

  Internet Vigilance Internet Vigilance

Despite constant development in security and stability, the Internet still remains very much a Wild West landscape.  You can navigate through it, but you never know when you might encounter a hidden danger.  Threats exist on a global scale.

Cybercriminals want information.

Take Your Profits First, ALWAYS

The formula for profitability has been established for ages. Every business owner, CEO, freelancer and entrepreneur knows it. It is required by Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). GAAP’s fundamental formula for profit is simple: Sales – Expenses = Profit

There is just one problem…the formula hurts profitability.

Is Your Old, Outdated Phone System Causing More Problems Than It’s Worth?

If you think you have outgrown your current phone system and are tired of downtime, dropped calls, repairs, and maintenance, it might be time for you to consider a VoIP system for your office.  The right VoIP system can likely save a considerable amount of money AND give you more features and flexibility to support customers, drive sales and manage calls throughout your office.

How To Prevent ATM Skimming

Over a billion dollars are lost each year in the United States through “ATM Skimming” – far more than any losses from bank robberies and it’s growing at a rate of more than 10% every year.

ATM Skimming is a cybercrime where the criminals steal (or “skim”) your ATM/debit card data when you’re using a typical ATM machine.