When Penny Catterall offered to write about Deb Lee and Kim Oser’s MARCPO session about technology, I was thrilled, because it’s one I’d have chosen myself, had I attended the conference. I’m a huge fan of Deb’s SOHO Tech Training, so I was sure that she and Kim would have lots of fabulous information to share. Read on to see…
In last week’s post, Christopher Wallace shared some valuable information about online security, including the importance of making sure your online passwords can’t easily be guessed by others. Unfortunately, many people still take this subject lightly.
For most of us, the internet is now our primary method of communicating with colleagues, clients, and suppliers. Although sometimes it seems like privacy is a thing of the past, it’s crucial that we never let our guard down. My guest today, Christopher Wallace, has some important advice to help us keep our information and our accounts secure.
If you use Twitter or Facebook, you’re probably aware that there are several different attacks circulating right now. You can often tell that someone’s been hit when you receive an unusual message from them. These messages are usually about making money online, but may also relate to losing weight, gaining followers, or something else that is out of character for that person.