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On April 8th, Microsoft pulled the plug on its twelve year support for Microsoft XP. There are no more updates, security patches even fixes that will be given by Microsoft during the second Tuesday of every month. Despite of this, some desktop users still refuse to upgrade from XP. The antivirus firm, Bitdefender has conducted a […]

Demand More From Your IT Service Company. Starting Today! When shopping for the right IT Service Provider, as with any type of service, there are good ones, and “not-so-good” ones.  Unfortunately, many business owners haven’t a clue about to what to look for. They often hire the “not-so-good” ones, and end up falling victim to poor […]

Whether we like it or not, Microsoft Outlook is the default email client in most offices. In the midst of shortened, more convenient messaging systems available to us, we cannot do away with good ol’ MS Outlook. Let’s take a refresher and get to know tips and tricks to make Outlook work faster for you! […]

Network Monitoring is an essential service for any business with an online presence.  When your IT goes down, your business’s productivity and reputation suffer.  Network Monitoring by On Time Tech | IT Services In San Francisco keeps a watchful eye on your technology, and can actually prevent downtimes from occurring. It provides the reliability, productivity and security you need to run your business and […]

Apple patched the security vulnerability in its messaging applications shortly after Charlie Miller, a professional hacker, demonstrated how easy it would be to hack into iPhones using a text message. The IT conference last July pointed out loopholes in existing messaging security of cellphones, benchmarking the need to revamp security for mobiles and fixed-line companies. […]

Although most state statutes share key elements, there are major differences governing each. There is no one-size-fits-all approach that can answer the statute needs of every state. Security breaches resulting in information leaks have become a major problem for victim companies in the United States. Since 2005, there have been 608,278,176 recorded data reported to […]

Just this month, Apple gave us a sneak peek into what would be the new version of the Mac operating system, OS X Yosemite. The new OS features an overhaul of the operating system with spotlight focus on UI enhancements and app by app refinement. With the advanced features of OS X Yosemite, it is […]

Did you know 72% of small businesses report having their IT systems accessed by those without proper authorization? What does this mean for your small business? Well, chances are, your IT systems have also been accessed by an unauthorized individual. So how do you reduce the risks of unauthorized access? That’s simple: two-factor authentication is […]

Parkview Health System, Inc., a nonprofit health care system that serves individuals in northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio, must pay $800,000 for HIPAA noncompliance. Parkview OCR (Office for Civil Rights) received a complaint from a retiring physician reporting that on June 4, 2009, Parkview employees, knowing the physician wasn’t home, left 71 cardboard boxes with […]

According to The 12th Annual Survey of Cybercrime, 500 U.S. business executives, law enforcement experts, and government officials say that the cyber criminals are. The Survey was co-sponsored by the U.S. Secret Service, the CERT Division of Carnegie Mellon University’s Software Engineering Institute, California-based consulting firm PwC, and CSO security news magazine. Online attacks are […]

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