If You Think Your Business Is Too Small to Be Hacked ... You’re a Cybercriminal’s #1 Target

Many cybercriminals look at small businesses like blank checks. More often than not, small businesses just don’t put money into ...




The winner of last months trivia was Mike Sneed from DeKalb Mechanical! Your gift card is on its way Mike! He answered our quiz question from last month correctly, and the answer was: D) Function Keys

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You can be the Grand Prize Winner of this month’s Trivia Challenge Quiz! Just be the first person to correctly answer this month’s trivia question and receive a $25 Amazon gift card. Ready? Submit your answer at


One of the most profound technology inventions to affect our lives in the 20th century and beyond has been the internet. The internet infrastructure (usually considered to be TCP-IP) had been used by various research projects and organizations but the advent of the World Wide Web as an application enabled the interconnectivity between various systems that we today take for granted. Who is the computer scientist and MIT Professor credited with inventing the World Wide Web?

A. Bill Gates

B. Gordon Moore

C. Charles Babbage

D. Sir Tim Berners-Lee

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3 Reasons Why Recessions Are Awesome for Great Companies

It may be jarring to read the words “recession” and “awesome” in the same sentence. Recessions are bad for most people. I ...

SHINY NEW GADGET OF THE MONTH: M&R Digital Counting Coin Bank

Many of us still keep a coin jar to toss our spare change into. Even with the growing popularity of apps like Apple Pay and Google Pay, coins remain a big part of our lives. Of course, when you’re tossing coins into a jar at the end of the day, you have no idea how much you’ve collected until you count it or take it to a Coinstar.

The M&R Digital Counting Coin Bank solves this problem. You never have to count change again. Every time you drop coins into the bank, it counts and adds them to the total. The digital readout keeps you updated on how much you’ve saved. It’s a remarkably simple piece of technology that eliminates the hassle of keeping track of change.

7 Things To Do So You DON’T Get Hacked When Shopping Online

1. Verify the URL is safe. Many browsers have a little padlock in the URL bar. If the padlock is closed, the URL is safe. If it’s ...