Archive for month: December, 2017

Upgrade Your Storage – What A SSD Means For You

SSD vs. HDD Technical terms can get overwhelming, especially in the IT industry, and when they contain too many three-letter acronyms. Like, SSD, which stands for Solid State Drives. These SSDs can be purchased...

Keylogger discovered on HP Laptops

  “Keylogger‘s are used in IT organizations to troubleshoot technical problems with computers and business networks. They can also be used to monitor the network usage of people without their d...

FCC Votes to Kill Net Neutrality Regulations, What Does This Mean For The Internet?

FCC votes to remove regulations.   What is Net Neutrality? Net neutrality is the concept that everyone should have equal access to the web. For example, Amazon could not pay extra to have it’s websit...

What Is A Quantum Computer & How Will It Shape Our Future

  This morning, JP Morgan Chase and Samsung announced that they are partnering with IBM to build business apps on quantum computers. Some if not most of you may wonder, what is a quantum computer? Definin...

What Blue Light May Be Doing To Your Sleep Cycle

How to stop blue light on your gadget What Is “Blue Light” and Why Is It Harmful?  By now, most of you have probably heard that blue light from your devices may be affecting your sleep. If you are l...

Law enforcement has dismantled the Andromeda malware family

This malware family refers to variants consisting of backdoors that are tied to the ANDROMEDA botnet. The botnet was first spotted in late 2011. Law enforcement has dismantled the Andromeda malware family, whic...

Apple’s macOS High Sierra Root Bug Can Reactivate

According to an article published by PC Magazine, “Last week, Apple was left red-faced after it was discovered a bug in macOS High Sierra allowed anyone to gain root access to the system without a passwor...