June Newsletter: Why Goal Setting Doesn’t Work

Goal Setting: Why It Doesn't Work | June Newsletter
Goal setting doesn't always work. It can be a positive, but for many people it is a negative. When we aren't able to successfully obtain our goals, we can be too hard on ourselves.. When set goals do not work for us, we can get discouraged.

May Newsletter: 9-Step Checklist for Data Security

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Take a look inside our May 2017 newsletter:

9-Step Checklist for Data Security
How to Be Extraordinary by Nido Qubein
Surface Studio: Will It Get the Job Done?
How to Market to Other Businesses on Social Media

April Newsletter: How to Dodge a Data Disaster

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Take a look inside our April 2017 newsletter:

How to Dodge a Data Disaster in 7 Steps
Is Oculus Ruling the Virtual Reality World?
Switch Your Website to HTTPS for Security
The Misnomer of Failure

March Newsletter: Lucky Charms Won’t Keep Hackers Out

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Take a look inside our March newsletter to learn:

Lucky Charms Will Not Keep Hackers Out
Shiny New Gadget of the Month: Nintendo's Switch
Why Your Company Needs a Mobile App
Solve Your Business By Sundown


February Newsletter: Did That Fake App Just Steal Your ID?

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Take a look inside our February newsletter to learn:

If fake apps are stealing your ID
How to strengthen the human firewall to prevent employee errors
The top 6 ways to convert visitors into customers using a landing page
How to close more business
A simple breathing exercise that wakes you up like coffee

Patch Tuesday

Welcome to this February Patch Tuesday Bulletin. This month brings 6 critical and 7 important severity patches. While there are 7 potential arbitrary code execution flaws, it appears that none of them are being attacked in the wild. Start the month with MS16-009 and MS16-022. These 2 patches deliver updates for Internet Explorer and Adobe Flash Player for a combined remediation of 35 vulnerabilities.