You need a second pair of eyes on your business computer, server & network

JohnMHoyt Backup Solutions, Business, Cisco, Computer Repair, Computer Sales, Computer Security, Computer Service, Computer Support, Homeland Secure IT, Lenovo, Microsoft, Microsoft Exchange, Partners, Sales, security, Symantec, Trend Micro, Windows, Windows Server Leave a Comment

If you maintain your own company computer, server & network or do you have someone in-house that does, it might be a good idea to get a second pair of eyes to give your business infrastructure a once-0ver. If you are like most people, when everything is running well, you get comfortable and begin to do the job you were …

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WatchGuard Technologies Registered Partner

JohnMHoyt broadband, Business, Cloud Computing, Computer Security, Connectivity, Homeland Partners, Homeland Secure IT, Licensing, Partners, Sales, security, Technology, WatchGuard Leave a Comment

We’re a WatchGuard Technologies Registered Partner offering sales, installation and support of all WatchGuard security products and services including firewall, email and web security, data loss prevention and UTM and various other small business security solutions. For more information, please call 864.990.4748 or use our CONTACT form. Share and Enjoy:

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No, you won’t lose access to the internet on March 8, 2012… #DNSChanger

JohnMHoyt Apple, Business, Computer Repair, Computer Security, Computer Service, Computer Support, Connectivity, Homeland Secure IT, Mac, Microsoft, OS X, Secure IT Alert, security, Windows, Windows Server Leave a Comment

The top email question for me the last couple weeks has been, “What’s this about the internet going down on March 8th?”. This is related to the DNS Changer malware which has permitted hackers to hijack web traffic and send it to their bogus sites and in the process, get millions of dollars from fraudulent advertisement revenue. The people responsible …

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Smile, You’re on Candid Camera! TRENDnet Security Camera Feeds Exploited

JohnMHoyt Business, CCTV, Computer Repair, Computer Sales, Computer Security, Computer Service, Connectivity, IP Surveillance, Secure IT Alert, security Leave a Comment

TRENDnet announced that upwards of 50,000 cameras, comprised of 26 vulnerable models have been identified which are vulnerable to the threat of being used for reverse surveillance. An article on BBC.co.uk indicates that as 7 of the 26 vulnerable models have patches to faulty code already released and the owners would be notified of the available updates. The scary thing …

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Some browser stats for www.HomelandSecureIT.com #Windows #Mac #IE #Firefox #Chrome #Android #iPad

JohnMHoyt Android, Apple, broadband, Business, Connectivity, Fun Stuff, Homeland Secure IT, iPad, iPhone, Linux, Mac, Microsoft, Mobile, OS X, Technology, Windows, Windows Server 8 Comments

A couple weeks ago I was watching a conversation about the popularity of certain devices for browsing and thought I would pull out some recent information about our own website, http://www.HomelandSecureIT.com… Here’s a look at our site for July 1st until August 1st broken down by browser and platform: Other than the super-high bounce rate, we see some important information… …

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Will your next browser be missing the URL bar? Google Chrome will have an option for that

JohnMHoyt Android, Apple, broadband, Computer Service, Connectivity, Fun Stuff, Homeland Secure IT, Linux, Microsoft, Technology Leave a Comment

Found an interesting article titled “Google Is Serious: You Can Kill Chrome’s URL Bar” which gives a glimpse of what may be around the corner; The ability to hide the URL bar by default. What is the purpose? Smaller desktops, such as those found on netbooks could benefit from gaining a few pixels of real estate on the screen. However, …

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Web enabled thermostats aim to save you money and give you control from anywhere!

JohnMHoyt Apple, Fun Stuff, Homeland Secure IT, iPhone, Microsoft, Mobile, Technology, Windows Leave a Comment

Web Enabled Thermostats: A not-so-new technology is becoming mainstream due to the desire to save money and be “green”. If you have been looking to purchase a new HVAC system for your home or business, you may have been given the option to include a thermostat that enables you to view statistics & make changes to the settings using a …

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