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  • Mon

    Sep 8, '14

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    Safety Tips for Classroom Tablets

    With various teaching and learning resources available on the Internet, it’s not uncommon for schools to introduce tablets in the classroom. Individual access to tablets allows students to learn independent skills and have a more structured, academic practice.

  • Wed

    Jul 9, '14

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    Top Ten Productivity Killers

    CareerBuilder conducted a study that looked at the top 10 productivity killers in the workplace. Not surprisingly, technology is at the top of the productivity killers.

  • Wed

    May 21, '14

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    Government Employees Viewing Pornography at Work

    Last week, after a government employee’s computer in the General Services Administration (GSA) was infected with a virus, IT staff started an investigation to find the cause.  What they found was shocking. The employee had been visiting dating websites for more than two hours a day, regularly viewed pornography, and even had a user account on his work computer for a pornographic social network. 

  • Wed

    May 14, '14

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    Mobile Phone Data Loss: What Are You Doing About It?

    The consequences of data loss can be devastating for a company. Lost data can result in financial losses and can have a negative impact on the reputation of a company. Recovering lost information and recreating data can be nearly impossible.

  • Tue

    May 13, '14

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    Boeing Bans Smartphones and Headphones for Some

    At the start of the New Year, Boeing initiated a new safety standard test at 25 plants. Typically, a company will raise their safety standards following a dangerous incident or a production mistake; however, this is not the case with Boeing.

  • Wed

    May 7, '14

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    Tips for iOS Safety

    With internet security becoming more of a concern for companies, it is important that your employees know how to protect themselves on social media. Scammers and hackers are getting better at stealing personal or company information without us even knowing. Here are four things your company can do to maintain privacy on your iPhones, iPod Touches or iPads: