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Cybersecurity in the Remote Work World Presentation

The following is a slide deck from a presentation that we gave in 2020 that was meant to help a very NON-TECHNICAL audience understand some of the basics of staying as secure as possible even while working out of the office. If you’d like to use this deck for yourself, feel free to contact Danny…

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Security in the “Remote Work World” Part 2 (of 2)

Introduction As the country is literally “working” its way through the current “COVID-19 crisis” (a.k.a. “coronavirus crisis”) and an increasing number of states are mandating “shelter in place” and/or “stay at home” orders, we thought that it would be helpful to post a pair of articles on maintaining cyber-security in the “remote work world” that…

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Security in the “Remote Work World” Part 1 (of 2)

Introduction As the country is literally “working” its way through the current “COVID-19 crisis” (a.k.a. “coronavirus crisis”) and an increasing number of states are mandating “shelter in place” and/or “stay at home” orders, we thought that it would be helpful to post a pair of articles on maintaining cyber-security in the “remote work world” that…

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Top 5 “Old School” Technologies

This infographic was originally published in 2016 but it is STILL relevant in 2018!

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Don’t Go Cheap on WiFi!

Before we dive into the actual subject of this post let me first apologize for its title on two counts: * One – it’s deliberately offensive. Calling someone “cheap” in some circles can be on par with questioning someone’s integrity but I’m a fan of attention grabbing blog post titles hence the title of this…

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Death of the “IT Guy”

This year marks my 22nd in Information Technology when I started out at UCLA doing desktop support work for the school’s Life Sciences departments (biology, microbiology, psychology, etc.) helping various faculty and staff with their many computer support needs. Back in 1996, Intel’s “Pentium Pro” was considered state of the art in the Windows PC…

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“I’m Sold! Where Do I Sign Up?”

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