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Technology
by Leigh Goessl
3 years ago
Reducing the Number of Spam Emails You See in Your Inbox

Junk email can be frustrating because it is time consuming and costly because it uses your resources. How do you make these annoying emails stop? 

Technology
by Leigh Goessl
3 years ago
Why You Should Be Careful Clicking on Links in Emails From Paypal

PayPal is one business that is frequently impersonated by phishermen because the company has a large user base and, as an additional attraction for the scammers, happens to deal in money.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
3 years ago
Don't Get Snagged by the PayPal Phisherman

Since PayPal is so popular, the scammer realizes if he or she sends out mass numbers of email posing as the company, there is a strong chance the recipient uses this website. With the large number of phishing emails sent out, the probability is high at least a few people will click.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
3 years ago
Can Emails Get You in Trouble at Work?

Some employees use their work email address for non-work messages which is convenient, but can cause problems. It's wise for employees to watch what they say on company email because tasteless or inappropriate emails can result in problems with the boss - or in worst-case scenarios - fired.

Technology
by Leigh Goessl
3 years ago
How to Recognize If an Email Virus Warning is a Hoax

If you receive an email message warning of impending doom, don't panic. Even if the virus warning does happen to be real, keep your anti-virus program is up to date and make sure you scan your computer regularly.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
3 years ago
Credit Card Fraud: Avoid the Phisherman

Credit card phishing has quickly become a member of the growing list of email frauds. Credit card phishing scams are clever because of the way they use social engineering to lure unsuspecting people to give up their credit card information.

Technology
by Leigh Goessl
2 years ago
Email Hoaxes: Why You Won't See Mars Up Close on Aug. 27, 2016

Unfortunately, this cool event is not going to happen. If you get this email or see it on Facebook, it is a hoax. On August 27 Mars will not be in any remotely close proximity to Earth as the email describes.

Technology
by Leigh Goessl
3 years ago
Are Anti-Spam Laws Enough to Stop Spammers?

Spam is one of those annoying things in life we've had to learn to put up with and most of us probably ignore at this point. However, mass spamming has grown to be a large enough problem to take note of due to the fact it has a negative economic impact on productivity and with cybercrime growing the way it is, creates increased risks for people

Lifestyle
by Leigh Goessl
4 years ago
Overcoming Information Overload at Work

Most everything we touch or do nowadays tends to involve some sort of data information. If we're not being given or seeking information, we're processing it. This tends to lead to information overload for some people. How to overcome being bombarded with information?

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
3 years ago
Scam Alert: When to Flee from 'Free'

Today, consumers can get many products online, free of charge, by providing some personal information that is valuable to marketers. Others may want people to take a survey to highlight their personal preferences. But not all offers are as good as they seem.

Technology
by Leigh Goessl
5 years ago
What is Crypto-based Malware and How Does it Work?

CryptoLocker and Cryptowall are classified as variants of ransomware which seize computer user files and demand payment in return for access. This article looks at this recent variant of malware and how it can impact victims.

Technology
by Leigh Goessl
3 years ago
You Can Get Free Stuff Online, But is Anything Truly Free?

Tapping into the power of the Internet to distribute freebies is a great way to try and gain a competitive edge over other companies. As a result, there are a lot of legitimate items to be found available to consumers - most at no monetary cost at all. But is there a cost?

Technology
by Leigh Goessl
2 years ago
Rise of the Internet of Things - How 'Smart' of a World Should We Build?

With the rise of IoT, society describes itself as growing "smarter", but the question begs asking - are we really? Or as we seek out modern conveniences associated with connectivity are we begging for trouble?

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
4 years ago
Networking for Nonprofits

Participating in an assortment of network opportunities boosts visibility, introduces partnership possibilities and is a great way to engage in community outreach. There are many potential avenues you can explore to find networking opportunities for your nonprofit organization.

Lifestyle
by Leigh Goessl
4 years ago
Long Distance Relationships: How to Break Things Off

A break up of any relationship is difficult, but breaking off a long-distance relationship has some unique challenges. When two people don't live near one another and have to rely upon technology to connect with one another, figuring out how to tell the other person you want to call it quits can be difficult.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
2 years ago
Why Do Customers Turn to Social Media to Complain?

Businesses have long had to revamp their marketing plans to include social media for a number of reasons, including visibility and customer service. Due to a hugely incredible ease of sharing and rapid visibility on social media, many customers routinely turn to their preferred networks to get themselves heard....

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
4 years ago
What is Cyberloafing and How Does it Affect the Workday?

Computer technology has transformed workplaces across the globe. While technology is clearly designed to increase efficiency, cost effectiveness, productivity and, ultimately, profitability, there are some drawbacks to it being so heavily present in the workplace. One problem reportedly cropping up in recent years is phenomenon called cyberloafing. 

Technology
by Leigh Goessl
2 years ago
Top Scams That Continue to Circulate on the Web and Beyond

There are many various types of scammers taking up residence on the Internet just waiting to snag someone into their trap. Here are a few of the more prominent scams.

Technology
by Leigh Goessl
4 years ago
Are Your Passwords as Secure as You Think?

Many people create passwords with the impression that any password will act as a barrier to keep intruders out. While any password is better than none, with today's technologies and hacking abilities, poor passwords can be circumvented in a matter of seconds. Are Your Passwords as Secure as You Think?

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
3 years ago
5 Skills Employers Look for in Employees

As employers begin the recruiting process they often have a pretty good idea of what kinds of skills they are looking for in potential employees. As an applicant you'll want to try and match these ideals in order to land specific jobs.

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