For businesses, my general recommendation is to plan to EoL (End of Life) hardware after 4 years on average. For Laptops, a 3 year plan is more oftenadvisable. Costs of maintaining hardware for longer than 4 years begin to outweigh benefits of not replacing the hardware. Things over 5 years old begin to become active problems for doing business.
Personally, I think it's always better to plan to replace hardware so that you can do it on your terms. Replacing hardware when s
Welcome to the second post in our "no bull" email security series. Phishing. Funny name. Serious topic. The best way you can protect yourself from phony phishers is to understand what legitimate financial service providers, government agencies and shipping companiues will and will not do. Most importantly, legitimate entities will not ask you to provide or verify sensitive information through a non-secure means, such as email. Follow these simple steps to protect yourself fro
Welcome to the first post in our "no bull" email security series. Phishing. Funny name. Serious topic. “Phishing” involves the use of fraudulent emails and copy-cat websites to trick you into revealing valuable personal information or installing a virus. The fraudsters who collect this information then use it to steal your money or identity or hold your data to ransom. When fraudsters go on “phishing” expeditions, they lure their targets into a false sense of security by hija