I attended the Technology Marketing Toolkit Boot Camp produced by Robin Robins.
The Master of Disaster and Rocco visit Cooper Properties
Since they tore down The Cubicle of Doom to make room for our expanded ConnectCare Response Center, Rocco and The Master of Disaster have been homeless. We put out the call to our vendors and clients for help and the response has been amazing! We have been getting invitations to visit their offices to shoot our blog and highlight their companies.
Comparable to a physical firewall that keeps fire from spreading from one area to another, a computer firewall is a blockade in the form of a program or hardware device designed to keep unwanted information from coming through your Internet connection.
Although the first recorded use of spyware was on October 16, 1995, as recently as 2005, studies showed a considerable 61 percent of surveyed users’ computers were infected with some form of spyware. Of those 61 percent, 92 reported they were unaware of its presence.
The Junior Master of Disaster Learns How to Surf Safely
Your response to my daughter Rocco guest hosting The Master of Disaster has been overwhelming. Rocco is the World's Youngest Corporate Video Blogger. Today, she interviews Jarrett Edwy, the Head of Help Desk Services for Connections for Business. Jarrett shares with Rocco his top three tips for helping your loved ones surf the Internet safely. Full directions for implementing Jarrett's ideas are linked below the video. I know you will want to use these powerful, free tools and share this blog with family and friends.
Rocco's Safety Tips for Kids: Personal Passwords
Rocco is the World's Youngest Corporate Video Blogger, a chip off the old Master of Disaster block. You do NOT want to tangle with this plucky six-year-old. In this episode, she shares with kids and their families how to create a Personal Password for security and kidnapping prevention. This is one video you will want to share with your friends and family.
The Master of Disaster interviews Randy Hall of Worldlan Technology
Earlier this month, I was privileged to interview a number of leaders in the Managed Services Provider (MSP) Community (basically, our peers.)
Admit it; you have some bad habits when it comes to maintaining the security and “health” of the high-tech tools you dearly depend on.