At FrameWork, we understand that there are myriad issues that small businesses like those of our clients struggle with on a day to day basis. As a small business ourselves, we are usually dealing with some of those issues as well! One problem that is impossible for a business of any size to avoid is keeping employees engaged and excited about the work that they are doing.
If you watch the news, you've undoubtedly heard about the raging wildfires that are happening in California. It's a tragic disaster that has displaced thousands of families, caused millions of dollars in damages, and one of the fires completely levelled the town of Paradise, California.
Over the past couple of years, browser makers like Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla have been making a concentrated effort to move all web traffic to HTTPS, in the name of increased user security.
In the blink of an eye, we're back in the thick of the holiday season. Countless hours (and dollars) spent buying gifts, wrapping them, preparing meals and spending time with family. Thanks to the internet, buying gifts for loved ones has never been easier and affords you the opportunity to spend more of the time away from work with the people who matter most.
Phishing artists are abusing our trust in large brands to trick us into visiting bogus websites and sharing credentials. What's new?
Email security company Vade Secure has recently released a report that documents the 3 most common brands that cyber crooks spoof when trying to bait users into giving up their passwords.
As we draw ever nearer to the 2019 Tax Season, you likely are already considering what you'll need to do for your tax returns. Many taxpayers decide to "outsource" their returns to a local tax firm, under the pretense that they are more qualified and better equipped to navigate the nuances of the U.S. tax system.
Robocalls. We all hate them. But, at worst, they're a minor annoyance, right? They happen relatively infrequently and are quite easy to identify, so at most you spend a couple minutes any given week dealing with it.
It's something we hear about all the time: Data breaches. It seems that, on any given day, one or two companies have been compromised and have leaked confidential internal and client data.
Yet another reminder that free apps aren't really free.
A handful of popular iPhone apps were discovered to have embedded code that collected your location data, and in some cases, data related to your WiFi network and device for the purpose of selling it to marketing companies.
Smart TVs, dishwashers, laundry machines, toasters, coffee makers and homes. Today, we are closer to the "future" that previous generations dreamed of than ever before, the culmination of this innovation being the "Internet of Things". The IoT is a massive network of devices that are connected to the internet, ranging anywhere from printers, wearable devices such as FitBits, security cameras, and more.