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Basic Email Traffic Encryption

Make (or not…) tons of money from advertising these guys: Cox, Gmail, Yahoo, and even AOL (yes… some people still use AOL…) Recently a solo attorney contacted me for consultation regarding his Email service. He’s using Cox for his Email service, and had a couple of questions. Am I secured enough and am doing justice with my customers if I use Cox? What are the alternatives? Before I give the TECHNICAL answer, I wanted to explain to him (and you… dear readers…) that you will [...]

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Here is how to hack ANY Windows computer in 30 seconds

Oy vey… … if you only knew how many of our customers (law firms and non) think that their “strong” windows password is SECURED and actually protecting them… you’ll be SHOCKED! Computers are stolen and left behind all the time, weather if it’s in a coffee shop, or the cleaning person at the office (a day before their last day at work…), airport and hotel rooms. Hacker 101: (not YET a CLE class, but I might make it one day…) INTRODUCING (drum roll…) Hirens [...]

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Ask a question… Win a gift card…

The meaning of life- explained by our professional team! ONE QUESTION = ONE ANSWER + Amazon $30 gift card !   Well- we might not be the best team to answer the “what is the meaning of life” question, but for a limited time only, simply enter your technology/ computer/ cloud related question that you want to have us answer (read entry info below) [...]

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Solution to OneDrive limitation

We received a phone call from a law firm that the partner was at the CLE class I was teaching last week, and he shared that his firm moved their Emails and online file storage to Microsoft Office 365, where you get a nice 1TB block of available data storage on the cloud. So they worked for the last few weeks to organize the data on new folder structure, and categorize it all, and upload it to the OneDrive storage they [...]

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Top 3 questions to ask when interviewing your next IT company.

You’ve been there… having to switch to a new dentist, car mechanic, pest control company and department store… You get used to a certain personality, customer service (bad or good…), and feel comfortable with how things are- so you just “cruise along” because it’s annoying to think about switching. But then- something happens… Something causes you to HAVE to switch. You had to move, or you got ripped off, or lied to, or …. When it comes to changing your IT company, [...]

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Common Mistakes That Make Your “Strong” Passwords Weak.

This article was written by Leslie Horn and originally appeared on http://gizmodo.com/the-common-mistakes-that-make-your-strong-passwords-w-1665282571  By now, you probably think you know the drill when it comes to passwords: Avoid pet’s names, mix up letters, change your password regularly, blah blah blah. We might think we’re being clever, but according to State of the Net, the tricks we’re using to make our passwords strong these days can actually make us more susceptible to hacks. State of the Net points out what is pretty much common knowledge these days: Hackers [...]

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Beware of Black Friday technology deals.

Between Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Peachy Thursday and Small Business day- lots of deals will be attacking our inboxes and there are a few things to remember, before you get your “great” $200 computer… “STILL WANT WINDOWS 7? GET IT NOW FOR CHEAP!” –  Those will be “leftovers” that stores will try to get rid of… Windows 10 is about to be launched next year… It’s very similar to windows 8.1, and I already tested it and saw lots of benefits/ [...]

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Everything you do on a mobile device is considered Digital Evidence.

The majority of Americans own a cellphones, mobile devices and computers. So therefore our digital finger print is always with us at any given time. The more we use our phone, computer and the internet we are leaving this digital finger print. General populations trusts their cell phone to do everything for them. First thing Law Enforcement does is when a person is taken into custody is takes inventory of their phone and then conducts a forensics search on [...]

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What is QoS (Quality of Service) and when is it important to use it ?

QoS stands for Quality of Service and just like in previous articles such as this, I’ll do my best to explain it in non-technical words (because the technical explanations are always available online if you just google the phrase you are looking for…) In a previous article I posted, I explained about Gigabit network and gave the analogy of a highway. I think we can stick to that example to explain about QoS… So… let’s imagine your computer as your home, [...]

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Can I use Outlook to send a newsletter?

Sending a newsletter from your Email client (Outlook, Entourage, iMail etc) is a big no-no. (I assume you are sending to a few hundred people or more… If you just sendto 20-30 people, that’s not really a bulk email… it’s just a group email in the eyes of technology…) There are a few reasons for it, but i’ll highlight the main ones… IF you send bulk e-mail to people who have an Email service from (for example) Cox.net or Gmail.com, or if you send [...]

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