It’s not always the odds that are stacked against you. Sometimes, you are the one standing in the way. Here are six major threats to your success and how you can eliminate them and become the hero of your own story.
Slowly but surely, America is starting to emerge from the Coronavirus lockdown. This is obviously good news but will require an almost overwhelming array of adaptions and revisions to your physical workplace. In many cases, significant upgrades will be needed. Here’s a look at some of the things you should examine investing your money into when it comes to your physical office space.
Long before the coronavirus pandemic shattered the finances of millions, many people were struggling with their personal finances. Many households find themselves living paycheck to paycheck as they try to cover the bare necessities. So, when things pop up out of the blue (as they often do), finding the money to resolve the problem is especially stressful.
In the era of tech giants, privacy has almost become a luxury. This is because people are virtually connected to their computers or the Internet at all times. This has made social theorists quite concerned about the phenomenon known as the Internet of Things (IoT).
The Internet of Things is a term coined by Kevin Ashton during a 1999 supply-chain management presentation at Proctor & Gamble. For Ashton, IoT meant that the benefit of computers and the Internet can only come from the documentation of actions. Everything a person writes, clicks, downloads, consumes, uses, searches, and views on the Internet becomes not only a data profile on that person’s behavior, but data that constitutes the space of the Internet. The goal then is to document this data more and more fully, in the hope to be able to obtain a complete picture and scope for businesses to increase their efficiency and effectiveness toward consumers.
In recent weeks, clients of several hosting companies have been the victim of phishing attacks that aim to steal their login credentials in order to hijack sites. In this article I’m going to take a look at what a phishing attack involves and how web hosting clients can protect themselves.