Is Your Network Vulnerable? It’s TOO Late After the Attack

This is one of of those things that keeps the Network Manager, CIO, Chief Technologist and a few others up at night. With so much malware network attacks, emails with viruses….what to do. The article from a place that knows how to prevent, cStor, outline some great steps. It is something that needs to be scheduled and then followed up on and performed. Some steps […]

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Lots of Ways to be Productive

Its an article I’ve posted before, but worth repeating as we seem to get busier and need to find a way to increase or production. Getting things done should have become easier, but it seems that more difficulty occurs. Its getting down to what you need. You may need to set up a few things so they interact with one another. I’d be curious to […]

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Who Needs 30 Seconds

I’ve long suspected that even a 30 second commercial is too long, unless a good story is being told. You know the ones, we see them during the Super Bowl. Alas most of the time we recall the story not the product that was advertised. It takes talent and effort to create the proper message. But you do not need 30 seconds to do proper. […]

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Instagram Stories Now Allows Older Videos

Great news for all your Instagram Stories folks who like to add video. You can now wait longer than 24 hours to post them. It used to be that once the video was 24 hours old you were out of luck. Unless of course you did the somewhat lengthy workaround. Now you no longer have to worry about that, you can go edit a bit, […]

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Cheat Sheets (AI

I love cheat sheets. There are folks who do a great job of collecting them. These are fantastic to store somewhere if you are into Machine Learning algorithms. Hope this comes in handy

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Twenty Words or Less to Pitch Your Startup

The attention span of most folks is quite short. That is why videos like those on TED are kept to 12 minutes or under. And those videos are all fascinating and all you want to do after watching one is to watch another. But just speaking, getting the attention of those listening intently can be a challenge. What if you had not a certain time, […]

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Cybersecurity and YOUR State

It is really up to the Governor of every state to ensure security. They are the ones who ultimately hire the heads of law enforcement, Capitol Police and other ‘law’ enforcement agencies. In many cases those people then hire others for duties to protect. But what about the cybersecurity areas within your state? Who is protecting all that information you the state has gathered over […]

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