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Archieves » December 2011

Adobe Acrobat Under Attack!

If we could tell the hackers out there to take a break, we seriously would! We mean, come on, the holidays are at our doors and the last thing we’d want to do right now is deal with hacks and attacks. But we know this isn’t a possibility and a recent attack on Adobe in…

Microsoft Word Tip: Is Line Spacing That Difficult?

Don’t you feel that sometimes, the simplest of tasks are the hardest to do? We do too! And if you have similar feelings when it comes to adjusting the line spacing between texts and paragraphs (for Microsoft Word 2010), here are some tips to help you. Change the line spacing If you want to change…

Cyber Security: Everyone is at Risk

As if Small- and Medium-sized Business owners don’t have enough to worry about, an increase of “hacktivism” has been predicted for 2012 by Kroll, an Information Technology (IT) consulting company. Cybercrimes are nothing new, but cyber criminals have more ways to infiltrate a small-business owner’s private company data. Just because a company is small –…

Keeping Your Mac OS safe

One of the best things about Mac OS X is that it has some very basic protection against malicious downloads, which means you don’t have to worry about malware entering your computer when you download an application or open an attachment in an email. You see, every time you download an application via Safari or…

What does the future look like for Windows 8?

While we’re all super excited about Windows 8 releasing soon, a research firm, IDC, has made bleak predictions about the operating system. It says Microsoft will have a hard time selling Windows 8 because it is going to be largely irrelevant to traditional PC users and it expects effectively no upgrade activity from Windows 7…

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