Attention, You AT&T “Unlimited” Wireless Users

As reported by Brian Chen in the New York Times (click the link for the story),”Sometimes, all-you-can-eat does not mean all you can eat. Smartphone users who try to get the most out of their devices are learning exactly what that means, even while paying for plans that promise unlimited consumption. Some of the nation’s […]

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Preparing for Social Media Crises

     Click the image for the full story ” ‘Be prepared’ is not just the motto of the Boy Scouts, but a credo that every company should adhere to if it wants to be successful. And that includes having a sound strategy for social media interactions, including handling crises.”

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Guess What Mac Users? Viruses Attack All Platform Users

Click the image for the full story     As this GFI white paper notes: “Historically, few viruses have been written to attack Mac-based operating systems. But as the popularity of these devices has increased, so has the popularity of Mac-targeted malware. Regardless of whether your organization uses Windows-based PCs or Macs or a mix of […]

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Whom Do You Want Sitting Next to You on a Plane?

   Click the image for the full story Nicola Clark of the New York Times reports that: “This month, the Dutch carrier KLM began testing a program it calls Meet and Seat, allowing ticket-holders to upload details from their Facebook or LinkedIn profiles and use the data to choose seatmates.” Is this something YOU would […]

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Smartphone Security Blankets

As Joshua Bernstein of the New York Times reports, “Security — for the information on your smartphone, as well as for the device itself — is a hot topic these days. The truth is you’re packing a lot of sensitive information on your phone, and you should keep it safe.”   Click the image for […]

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