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Top 10 Internet Security Tips for Small Business High-speed Internet, interconnected mobile, desktop and laptop devices along with web-based tools and digital applications are making small firms more productive than ever.  But all that online speed and efficiency can come at a stiff price if your website, financial information, social
SCORE Tip of the Week: How to Pick a Cloud Services Provider David DeArmond of Baton Rouge SCORE gives advice for evaluating cloud storage services.
Have a Defense Ready when Disaster Strikes Ever thought about what you’d do if disaster struck your town, or more specifically your business? Maybe you think it could never happen to you.  Tim McCreery, the CEO of WildPackets in San Francisco, used to feel that way – that is,
Public Internet connections are convenient but potentially risky if you don’t take a few precautions. Walk into any coffee shop or hotel lobby and you’ll witness one of the most obvious signs of our times: People of all ages and vocations browsing the web and checking email from
AVG Security Tips: e-Commerce Safety Learn how to identify malware and hijacking scams with AVG Security Tips.
The tell-tale signs that your network has been hacked are all too familiar, or at least they should be. You may think it’s just a fluke (don’t we always get bombarded with pop-ups?), but if your systems seem more sluggish than usual, you notice unauthorized content posted on your
More than you might think, your employees can help keep your network safe and secure. Think about it: they’re the ones dodging (or not) opportunities to visit potentially threatening sites, clicking on pop-ups, or downloading mysterious attachments. If employees aren’t fully informed
AVG Security Tips: Online Security for Remote Workforces Enabling your employees to work remotely for flex-time and travel can greatly increase your business' productivity. Learn how to secure your networks, computers and passwords for remote workforces with AVG Security Tips.  
Your network security needs to be as adaptable as your business. After all, networks—and businesses—are not static. And though most folks know to cover their bases with firewalls and anti-virus software, there’s more to keeping malicious traffic, hackers, and other security
As a small business, jumping into the cloud may feel like you’re giving away control of both your IT and your business data. When evaluating a cloud service, you need to consider the security of your end devices such as PCs and laptops, the connection to the cloud, and the cloud service

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