Don’t fall victim to Gmail phishing!

January 19th, 2017

Written by James Lijewski, Level 3 Network Technician/Support Center Team Leader

For those of you using Gmail, like myself, watch this quick 4-minute video and be on the lookout for a sneaky phishing attempt.

i3 Mandate: enable 2-Factor authentication like your ATM card for key online services!

 

How to Recognize Phishing Attempts

December 16th, 2016

Written by James Lijewski, Level 3 Network Technician/Support Center Team Leader

Phishing emails, links, and phone calls are designed by hackers and thieves to steal money. They attempt to do this by various means, including calling you claiming to be a bank you do business with to confirm account information, or sending you an email pretending to be your manager and request a large money transfer for a purchase.

Password Security: Avoid Data Leakage!

June 10th, 2016

Summarized by Molly Luxem, Marketing Assistant

In a time when Internet usage is so notorious, the leakage of online credentials is remarkably unnerving. Some renowned companies, such as Facebook and Netflix, recently became aware of password intrusions when user credentials were posted online at numerous sites and services.

Andy Kaiser reviews HTC Incredible | Digital Bits

June 9th, 2010

i3 Business Solutions' own Andy Kaiser has a great review up on this new Android smartphone.

In his words:

"Let’s move on to the fun parts about the HTC Incredible: just about everything."

Read it all at Andy's Digital Bits blog: HTC Incredible review.

Andy Kaiser gives two thumbs up to new Motorola Droid | Digital Bits

October 31st, 2009

Andy Kaiser and I and a few more of us at i3 Business Solutions have been patiently waiting for the first smartphone based on the Google "Android" platform to hit the streets, and compete head-on with Apple's excellent iPhone.

Andy likes the iPhone. Andy really likes the new Droid from Motorola.

Why Doctors Hate Electronic Medical Records | The Healthcare IT Guy

September 10th, 2009

We work with an increasing number of physician practices in Michigan, and a few have EMR systems. But most don't-- yet.

This article by a physician challenges EMR vendors to make their software products better before EMR goes mainstream.  From Dr. Bill Cast:

"Physicians know that better exists.

Six ways to make Web 2.0 work | McKinsey Quarterly

May 30th, 2009

Interesting stuff going on the the web world, and this summer promises a whole new round of innovation from startups to new releases from the big guys Google (see Wave) and Microsoft (see Bing)

The McKinsey report Six ways to make Web 2.0 work  excerpt here can help keep things in context.