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New security flaw leads to Shellshock

New security flaw leads to Shellshock

In late spring of this year news broke of the biggest security issue to date – Heartbleed. Many companies leapt to secure themselves from this, but the fallout from it is still being felt. That being said, there is a new, even bigger, security problem called Shellshock that all businesses need to now be aware of.

Overview of mobile payment systems

Overview of mobile payment systems

Businesses, like restaurants, boutique fashion stores, and even some delivery operations have flocked to mobile payment systems largely because you don’t have to invest in expensive Point of Sale equipment and can instead run it all from a device like an iPad.

Which apps drain iPad’s battery?

Which apps drain iPad’s battery?

For iPad 2 and newer users, you are likely already aware of the fact that iOS 8 has been released, and are probably already using it. While the new version of the popular system introduces a number of great changes and features, there has been reports that the update has led to some older devices seeing a drop in their battery life.

Hangouts updated look and feature

Hangouts updated look and feature

On your Android tablet you likely have a number of messaging apps installed. One of the more common is Google Hangouts, which allows for cross-platform messaging, chatting, and even calling. In recent months, the app has been updated to not only increase usability and looks, but also implement new calling features.

Obtaining patient engagement

Obtaining patient engagement

For the first time ever, achieving meaningful use depends on patient behavior: Meaningful use Stage 2 requires at least 5 percent of a health-care provider’s patients to be engaged in their own care— either through an electronic medical record (EMR) or an online portal.

5 Ways business security is flawed

5 Ways business security is flawed

Business owners and managers are becoming increasingly worried about the security of their systems and networks. While the vast majority have implemented some form of security, this may not be enough. In fact, we have helped a number of businesses with flawed security measures in place.

How to clean your computer

How to clean your computer

Take a look at your computer screen or mobile device. Chances are that at least one of them is slightly dirty, possibly along with your keyboard or laptop as well. It is inevitable that your computers and mobile devices will eventually get dirty with dust and grime, what’s important is that you know how to go about cleaning them.

How continuity plans can fail

How continuity plans can fail

When it comes to business continuity, many business owners are aware of the fact that a disaster can happen at any time, and therefore take steps to prepare for this, usually by implementing a continuity plan. However, the reality is that many businesses implement plans that could lead to business failure.

Windows Phone 101: Fake apps

Windows Phone 101: Fake apps

Apps are an integral part of all smartphones, regardless of the platform you use. Without them, our devices would be more or less useless. The issue with apps however is that because they are necessary, malicious people develop fake apps that they then try to get on to app stores.

Create and manage Android folders

Create and manage Android folders

Mobile operating systems like Android have a wealth of features that users can take advantage of. However, many of these features are often hidden or not well represented. For example, did you know that on Android devices you can create folders on your home screen for your apps? Here’s five tips on how you can create and manage these folders.