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A hacker’s paradise

A hacker’s paradise

You may not want to rely on the Food & Drug Administration’s (FDA’s) app approval system: Roughly 90 percent of Android health-care apps have been hacked, and 22 percent of them were FDA-approved. That information comes from the latest State of Mobile App Security report from Arxan Technologies, which attributed the high rate to a lack of information, security training and resources in the health-care field.

Firefox turns 10 with 2 new features

Firefox turns 10 with 2 new features

In mid November of 2014, Firefox turned 10. It’s hard to believe that one of the most popular browsers in the world has only just reached double digits, and it’s especially difficult to imagine business life and work without it. To celebrate this milestone, Mozilla, the company that develops Firefox, has released an update with a few useful new security features.

Microsoft license audit emails

Microsoft license audit emails

When it comes to IT, one of the largest expenses for many businesses is software. Some employees require the bare minimum, while others could need thousands of dollars worth of software. Businesses who have purchased licenses for Microsoft software may receive an email asking for a license audit.

Looking at the new Google Calendar

Looking at the new Google Calendar

For users who have Google Apps and Android devices, Google Calendar is one of the more useful tools and app. With the recent update of Android 5.0, the tech company has been releasing updates to their mobile apps too. The latest app to get a makeover, with a new updated version, is Google Calendar and with it some great features have been introduced.

Microsoft patches new Windows Server bug

Microsoft patches new Windows Server bug

Heartbleed has to be one of the biggest security issues of the year. While it has largely been dealt with via updates and new software, Microsoft has announced that a similar and equally large security threat is affecting nearly all servers running Windows Server.

10 tips to improve your tweets

10 tips to improve your tweets

For an effective social media strategy, most businesses realize that they need to have a presence on more than one major social platform. While this has led to the creation of Twitter accounts for businesses, many struggle to generate content and posts due to the character limit.

Should businesses go mobile only?

Should businesses go mobile only?

A common trend in many households is the adoption of mobile devices as the main home phone. In fact, in 2013 it was estimated that almost 41% of households in the US were only using mobile devices. This number continues to grow as mobile devices continue to become more popular.

Two new iPads announced

Two new iPads announced

When Apple launches a new or updated product the company usually holds a press event where they announce the release in style. This was the case with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, but did you know that the company has quietly released new versions of the iPad Air and iPad mini? If you are looking for a new tablet, here is a brief overview of these latest Apple devices.

Android 5.0’s 3 major security features

Android 5.0’s 3 major security features

With the upcoming release of Android 5.0 Lollipop, there will be a subsequent release of new tablets and devices running the operating system (OS). Many of these users are likely to be business users who need increased security. In an effort to ensure that the next version of Android is indeed more secure, Google has included a number of security updates and features.

How to improve patient satisfaction

How to improve patient satisfaction

Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) 2014 annual conference attendees were fortunate to get some tips for improving patient satisfaction from Joan Hablutzel, senior industry analyst with the MGMA—because doing so is essential to the success of a medical practice in an increasingly competitive health-care marketplace.