Entries by Kenny Rounds

Cyber Crime Insurance – Is this really necessary?

If you have not been approached by your insurance company to add on a Cyber Crime Policy, then you have been blocking their calls. Many insurance providers are pushing a Cyber Crime Policy which is a type of insurance for the internet. Why would your insurance company be trying to sell you a policy just […]

Is Your Data Really Safe?

Backups are more than important. And if you are just storing the data on external USB hard drives and other devices you are missing an important aspect of your backup strategy. Yes, this type of backup is certainly necessary and can protect your data in case your computer ceases to function, but they will fail […]

Fun Technology for the Beach

Summer is here, and it is time to switch off your phone, shut out the world and get ready for some fun-in-the-sun adventures. Taking a vacation and having a little fun does wonders for stress levels, maintains vigor and allows us to recharge. Chances are, you have already decided on your summer destination, and if […]

Microsoft Excel Tips and Tricks for Everyday Use

Want to learn even more about Microsoft Excel? Register for our live webinar on April 4, 2019! MS Excel is one of the most used spreadsheet applications and the industry standard. It is useful for amateurs and professionals alike. It provides you a wealth of tools that can assist you immensely with manipulation, analysis, organization, […]

How safe is your healthcare company’s data?

  Maybe not as safe as we’d all like to think it is.  A recent study found that over 68% of healthcare organizations had employees with compromised email credentials, which were being sold on the Dark Web. The Dark Web is a subset of the Deep Web, which is a vast part of the World […]

Can Your Desk Keep You Healthy ?

  Think about the desktop of your favorite personal computer. It came from the factory one way – popular icons splayed atop the menu bar, vivid images of far-off landmarks shuffling across as your screensaver, Microsoft’s Everybody Loves Blue as the stock color for every application and window you open. If there’s one thing the […]

Easy steps to the right Notebook

Picking the right Notebooks can seem very overwhelming with all the options out there. There are a few things to consider when purchasing a new notebook. Size, Use of Notebooks, features, budget, and Specs are some of the main ones that come to mind. Specifications Don’t get overwhelmed but there is a lot to cover […]

What will become of Yahoo Mail?

I should start this article out by stating that I use Yahoo mail for my personal information. I actually signed up for the mail service back in 1997 when it first launched. However, with that said I would be lying if I didn’t say the recent activities and disclosures do not have me concerned. I […]

Let the self-driving car battle begin

The year in debate seems to be 2020. At least that has been announced as the finish line for many companies working on self-driving cars. Most have listed 2020 as the target date to have fully functional and deliverable self-driving cars. Some of the major players are the ones you would expect, auto manufacturers. Volvo, […]

Fun Shortcuts for Microsoft Outlook

Outlook is the email client for 1.2 Billion users but few take full advantage of all of its features and benefits. In this article we are going to touch on only a few of the many things Outlook can do that you may not be aware of. When reading emails or adding meeting events to […]