Posts Tagged ‘security’

Is Your Phone Making You More Vulnerable to Identity Theft?

Thursday, March 1st, 2012

Cell phones can do it all today.  They can surf the internet, send a fax, handle bank account transactions, send photos, and oh yeah—they can make phone calls too.  But how secure is the information that you send through your phone?  Your phone may be putting your identity at risk if you are not abiding… Read more

Securing Your Personal Computer

Thursday, February 23rd, 2012

Securing your personal computer might seem like a difficult concept to grasp at first, but it can actually be quite easy, provided you have the right tools, the right strategy, and the right mindset. Here are some ways to keep your personal computer (and your sensitive private information) as safe as possible from virtual intruders.

Install… Read more

Using Reviews of Cloud Server Hosting Correctly

Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011

The words cloud hosting/computing may not be well known by many people these days, but it is fast gaining popularity in the hosting world. A website that is serviced by cloud hosting is operating with the use of a network of several servers instead of just one.

The network of servers is referred to as a… Read more

Why Reading Website Hosting Reviews Helps

Tuesday, February 1st, 2011

The internet is exploding right now, more people than ever before are looking for website hosting reviews to help them  make a business decision, as thousands of new websites spring up every day.
These hosting reviews can provide a great deal of information because attempting to evaluate a large number of hosting options will take up… Read more