Creating and storing secure online passwords

by Lee Hopkins on February 7, 2013

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Everyone knows that the web is not a good place to have a short, weak password. And everyone knows that you should never use the same password twice. But humans are humans and we all do it.

Cloud backup could save your business

by Lee Hopkins on February 1, 2013

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From large enterprises to small businesses, data backup is an important consideration. Being careful with company data and data backup in the cloud can be among the most important decisions for thriving enterprises.

A Layman’s Guide to Cloud Storage

by Lee Hopkins on December 3, 2012 · 1 comment

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Yes, the cloud can be a complicated technology; however, if you understand the basics, you can approach your cloud provider to get answers to the tougher questions.

How to protect your site from hackers

by Lee Hopkins on November 22, 2012

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Small businesses and individuals have a good opportunity now to right their systems; to bring some order to their security prevention. Here are a few measures of control that site owners can bring to their websites and servers.

What a great headline, huh?!! It’s also a finding from research Norton conducted1 into how Australians feel about their mobile phones (in particular, smartphones). The survey also found that 42 per cent of consumers in Australia have fallen victim to mobile phone loss or theft, yet only 41 per cent of Australian consumers have a […]

Because as we all know it’s just not worth bothering to attempt to converse with fanatics

Security is at hand for your hand-held device

by Lee Hopkins on May 28, 2010

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you might want to think about investing in some of these new security features

Solving a website login + password problem

by Lee Hopkins on October 5, 2009 · 3 comments

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KeeForm – open source plugin for KeePass; automates url logins; comes in both IE+Ff flavours

Norton’s 2009 Online Family report

by Lee Hopkins on March 24, 2009

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60% of Australians believe that the internet has NOT benefited their relationships! More in the Norton Online Report 2009

Norton’s 2009 Online Family report

by Lee Hopkins on March 19, 2009

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Symantec have today released their 2009 report into life online (you know, that thing we do between interruptions). Nearly seven in 10 online adults say that the Internet has improved their relationships.  And it’s no wonder: those who have friends online have an average of approximately 41 online friends, 49 percent have a social networking […]