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Did Your Web Site Ranking Just Go In The Tank Because It’s Not Mobile-Friendly?

As of last April, mobile-friendly web sites were given a big leg up on competitors. Known as “responsive” web sites, these sites instantly adapt to whatever device you are viewing them on.

As users were turning to smartphones and other mobile devices to surf the web, Google realized that most sites didn’t display well on mobile devices.

Cybercriminals Now Have A Bull’s-Eye On Small Business

Is Your Company’s Data At Risk?

In a December 2014 survey by the National Small Business Association, 61% of small businesses reported being victims of a cybercrime within the past 12 months.

The average cost to recover from a cyber-attack skyrocketed from $8,699 per attack in 2013 to $20,752 per attack in 2014. And, of the businesses targeted, 68% said they’d been hacked more than once.

Vacation Alert! The ONE Thing You And Your Employees Should NEVER Do When On Vacation

’Tis the season when you and your team will be taking a little time off to head to the beach or your favorite vacation spot, and while we know we should completely disconnect from work, most of us will still check e-mail and do a little work while away — and that could end up causing some issues if you’re not careful while working remote.

An Urgent Security Warning For Businesses Running Microsoft Server 2003 (And A Limited Free Assessment Offer)

On July 14, 2015, Microsoft is officially retiring Windows Server 2003 and will no longer be offering support, updates or security patches. That means any server with this operating system installed will be completely exposed to serious hacker attacks aimed at taking control of your network, stealing data, crashing your system and inflicting a host of other business-crippling problems you do NOT want to have to deal with.

The 5 Most Dangerous Pieces Of Information To Give In An E – mail

In the book Spam Nation, investigative journalist and cybersecurity expert Brian Krebs revealed the single most effective (and relied upon) way cybercrime rings gain access to your bank account, credit cards and identity. Ready for it? E-mail.

Whether it’s opening an attachment infected by a virus, or a phishing scam where you unknowingly give up your login to a critical web site, e- mail still remains the most popular and reliable way digital thieves can rob you blind, steal your identity and wreak havoc on your network.