Hackers always love the holiday season. Lots of people are spending lots of money (both online and in-store) for the perfect gifts for their loved ones. When there are so many people making purchases all over the world, there are countless opportunities to steal information. Data such as credit card numbers and personally identifiable information can be taken and used to make people’s lives pretty miserable, during what is supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year.
Hawaii Tech Support Blog
2017 started with a mission to improve our IT service and help our clients with new technologies. Over the last year, we refined our support operations to better support our clients and continue to improve on our service delivery. Hawaii Tech Support will go through major software upgrades in the next two months, improving the quality of information available to our technicians and clients and allowing us to better support our clients. Our help desk service will also roll out a new chat support feature that improves the time to resolve issues, helping our clients get back to work faster.
You shouldn’t need to be convinced that the Internet is a dangerous place. Hackers are lurking around every corner, waiting to breach your network and snatch your data. Despite this risk, many computer users need convincing to back up their data; a task that minimizes the negative effects associated with data loss. This is why March 31st is officially known as World Backup Day.
Our minds often attribute unexplained phenomena with hauntings from ghosts. Most of the time, there's a perfectly good scientific explanation for what's going on. If you ever see your computer's cursor move on its own, your PC isn't haunted. Although, you might prefer a haunting to what's really happening; a hacker is probably stealing your data. Now that's scary!