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Signs you’re being phished and who to report to

Have you ever gotten a text message stating that you have just won the lottery? Or perhaps you have received a warning email from your bank that requires you to fill out the attached form to unlock your account? Beware, you might become a victim of a phishing attack!

Phishing is a form of identity theft that tricks unsuspecting users to divulge their personal information, like passwords and credit card details, by posing as a legitimate entity.

Ways modern ERP systems benefit the manufacturing industry

Running a manufacturing business is quite complicated. It involves managing several moving parts such as taking in customer orders, ordering raw materials, tracking inventory, scheduling production, monitoring shipment, and many more. Since the US manufacturing industry is forecasted to boom further, you can expect the volume of work and the competition to get even crazier.

Is the cloud a blessing or a curse?

While many organizations have reaped numerous gains from shifting to Infrastructure-, Platform-, and Software-as-a-Service, the security risks of cloud computing make us wonder whether the cloud is a blessing or a curse.

What is cloud computing?
Cloud computing is the delivery of services hosted over the internet paid on a per use basis.

Top 4 security threats you need to worry about

Hardly a month goes by without news of a major cybersecurity incident affecting thousands of people. And if you keep up with security blogs, you may think that there are just way too many threats to wrap your head around. So, what are the most important security threats you need to prepare for?

Malware
Malicious software, such as Trojans, worms, and ransomware, has always been a serious concern for users because new vulnerabilities and variants keep getting discovered.

Windows users: Why you need the latest operating system

Despite being the world’s favorite operating system for over three decades, businesses have traditionally been stubborn when it comes to switching to new Windows editions. It’s not entirely without reason either. Some iterations of Windows have been downright awful to the point of causing serious disruption not just for early adopters, but for everyone who chose to upgrade.