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Snapshot or Reboot to Restore: What’s the best way to protect workstations?

Even for people who don't consider themselves incredibly tech savvy, it's easy to see that the last few years have been increasingly dangerous when it comes to cyber security. The severity of cyber attacks is increasing and the costs of mitigating the effects of a data breach are rising dramatically. Thousands of new malware strains are created eve...

4 ways to employ BYOD successfully in schools

For those born prior to the year 2000, the rapid acceleration of technological adoption is almost unbelievable. But for those who never really experienced the pre-digital age, the shift toward tech-centric everything is business as usual. Today's children and teenagers have never had to complete some of the most basic functions without the Internet...

4 smart classroom tools that can take teaching to the next level

4 smart classroom tools that can take teachers to the next level
These days, if it's not showing up on a screen, kids aren't interested in it. While some adults tried to get adolescents to move away from this behavior, many are now adopting a 'if you can't beat them, join them' attitude. This is especially the case in schools, where administrators and teachers are realizing that new high-tech gadgets can not onl...

Fake security software: How to spot, protect against fraud

One hacking approach that continues to pose a threat is the creation and dissemination of fake security software that purports to safeguard users, but is actually doing the opposite.
These days, hackers leverage all kinds of malicious tactics to infect users' computers and steal their valuable personal information. One approach that continues to pose a threat is the creation and dissemination of fake security software that purports to safeguard users, but is actually doing the opposite. These bogus pieces of software - that ...