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Are you prepared for hard drive crashes? Because you should be.

Posted on October 31, 2014

“Every week,” says Google Labs, “140,000 hard drives will crash in the United States.” That’s a massive number. Terrifying. And it’s all the more […]

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Optimizing and troubleshooting Outlook for Mac OS X

Posted on October 2, 2014

Update Feb 2015: Are you using Outlook 2015 for OS X? Read the note at the bottom. I’m a Mac user. And Outlook for Mac makes me sad. That’s because, when compared to its Windows […]

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How to stop spam, part III: Leverage your provider’s spam filters

Posted on June 27, 2014

In part 1 of our How to Stop Spam series, we gave you tips on how to stay under the spammers’ radar. In part 2, we talked about spoofing. Now, in our final installment, we will tackle […]

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How to stop spam, part II: Prevent spoofing with SPF

Posted on June 10, 2014

Read Part I of How to Stop Spam. Many of us know malicious email when we see it… or so we think. Then, one day, you receive a strange email from a friend asking you send 1,000 dollars […]

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How to stop spam, part I: Stay under the spam radar

Posted on June 4, 2014

The economics of spam is enough to make you cry. All these Viagra salesmen and mortgage scammers are salivating over their computers, knowing that if they can find one sucker in ten million […]

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How to generate a strong password that’s easy to remember

Posted on April 11, 2014

In the movies, the bad guys pound furiously on a keyboard while techno music blasts and Matrix-style code flashes across their screens. In reality, the bad guys just launch dictionary tools […]

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The top 10 requirements for making your business mobile

Posted on February 14, 2014

If you read our Small + Medium Business Mobile Trends Report, you might be wondering if Apple is the best platform for your business. What about Android? What about BlackBerry?Here’s […]

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Can you use SecuriSync like an FTP server for content files?

Posted on January 23, 2014

  I was talking to a SecuriSync customer the other day. He asked me about embedding SecuriSync links into webpages. Could they use SecuriSync kind of like an FTP server for content […]

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Avoiding a “Conflicted Copy” in SecuriSync

Posted on January 10, 2014

  SecuriSync is a great tool for allowing multiple people to collaborate on the same files. But sometimes, over the course of collaborating, two people might work on the same file at […]