Web site security should be the top priority for anyone planning to put a Web site online. This is important not only for those doing business online but also for people who do not want to have all their hard work crashed by a single attack.
Security software products may represent a sizeable portion of the starting expenses, but when all the security threats out there and cost of repairing a site damaged or destroyed in an attack, the peace of mind is worth the price. Read more . . .
This is the computer age, and all of us, like it or not, are linked to the world around us in a heavy information network.
Computers are all around. They facilitate and run every conceivable industry. From the traffic lights that hold us up on the way to work to the ATM machines that we depend upon for our daily bread, computers make the world go ’round. Credit card transactions, bank transactions, power facilities, schools, factories, businesses and even our homes could not function without some degree of computerized interaction. Read more . . .
It’s four a.m. You’re on your third half-caf and ready to prepare the final page to that greatly feared department budget proposal. You’ve put it off for three weeks and the submission is tomorrow, but completion is just a page away. However, without notice, your system locks up. The page is frozen and the frightening blue screen emerges. In desperation you try to reboot, but the system won’t respond. Your hard work has vanished in a disastrous hard drive failure, never to be seen again. Read more . . .