Who Else Wants to Win a $20 Gift Card – March 2019

After a gigabyte comes what, in increasing order?

If Gmail is Google Mail, what originally was G-Mail?

A) Kilobyte
B) Byte
C) Terabyte
D) Megabyte

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Who Else Wants to Win a $20 Gift Card

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 gift card.

If Gmail is Google Mail, what originally was G-Mail?

A) Gimmick Mail
B) Garfield Mail
C) Gecko Mail
D) Geezer Mail

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Shiny New Gadget of the Month: This Smartphone Is Also a Projector: Introducing The Movi

Sure, your big honking iPhone or massive Android is impressive, but does it have a screen the size of an entire wall?

The Movi is the first smartphone to integrate a built-in pico projector into its design, allowing users to project 720p images up to 200 inches in size wherever they are.

4 Reasons You Should Move Your Data to the Cloud TODAY

If you’re one of the skeptics holding out on incorporating cloud technology into your business, you’re in the minority.

Today, a full 93% of businesses now use the cloud in their day-to-day operations, according to RightScale.
Here’s why.

The cloud increases profits.

Watch Your Doors

When was the last time you looked at the doors to your business? It isn’t just about who comes in; it’s also about how.

Let me give an example. A new restaurant opened near my office. It’s been very successful, and I eat there regularly. The only problem is the horrendous door you have to go through to get in.

Sneaky Ways Cybercriminals Access Your Network And What You Can Do to Prevent it TODAY

Hackers prefer the little guy. The high-profile data breaches you read about in the news — your Facebooks and Equifaxes and T-Mobiles — are only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the digital crimes being perpetrated day after day, especially against small businesses.

Backup vs Business Continuity: What’s The Difference?

What You Need To Know About The New Security Breach Notification Laws
It’s Monday morning and one of your employees notifies you that they lost their laptop at a Starbucks over the weekend, apologizing profusely. Aside from the cost and inconvenience of buying a new laptop, could you be on the hook for bigger costs, and should you notify all your clients? Maybe, depending on where you live and what type of data you had stored on that laptop.