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The Double Dangers of Open Wi-Fi

When it comes to secure Wi-Fi, the weakest link in your network chain could be an open and vulnerable home Wi-Fi network linked to the office. If this home user has remote access to your network, then your network is vulnerable. Once an intruder enters this open network, they can access your company information, steal passwords, or send viruses and spyware.

Ask the Answer Guy – I Have Heard About People Losing Their Internet Domain. What Can I Do to Safeguard Our Domain?

The first and best way to protect your domain is to use a reputable registrar. It's foolish to put your brand and all your hard work at risk just to save a few dollars a year with a cheap but dubious company.

There are over 500 registrars out there, and you can learn more about them or choose one by going to NamePros, DNForum, or RegSelect.

Free! – Save and Send Your Spontaneous Ideas

You're sitting in traffic or waiting in line at the store. Suddenly, you come up with the perfect idea to fix your latest business challenge or boost your revenue. Or you remember an important task that you want your assistant to perform. But you're nowhere near your computer, and you'll forget your idea by the time you get back to the office.

Dependable SafeSTOR – State-of-the-Art Data Backup and Disaster Recovery Solution.

An organization’s most important asset for success and continuity is DATA. Don’t believe it? Unplug your computers for one day.

Protecting data is an essential duty of any organization’s executive. The technology to bullet proof data and quickly restore operations in the event of any data loss is now available to all organizations using technology previously available only to very large organizations.

Cool Stuff – Have Noise-Free Phone Conversations with the Aliph Jawbone Bluetooth Headset

If you have to compete with wind, vehicles, loud machinery or other people when you make a call, this headset will solve your problem. The company crossed their own proprietary knowledge with military-grade "noise shield" technology approved by DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), the U.S. Department of Defense's independent research branch.