Do you remember having your fingers slammed in the car door as a kid? Or maybe you were scolded by your parents for scratching the car next to you when the wind blew the door open. How about seeing someone balance on one leg trying to pry a heavy door open while holding four grocery bags? It's safe to say we've all experienced one of these real-life "door struggles." And for those in the northern states, add dealing with frozen-shut doors to the list!
While there are too many scenarios to chronicle the inconveniences of manual car doors, there is an unsung hero working behind the scenes with automakers to resolve these issues for good.
A data breach is just about the scariest thing that can happen to your business's or organization's technology. It's an assault and it can feel very personal. Depending on what you do next can actually make the situation worse or quite a bit better. Here is an article from the Federal Trade Commission with general advice on how to proceed. It can be useful in developing an internal plan of protecting your information and how best to proceed in the event of a breach.
And please call The Computing Center immediately. We can be of help even if you know how to proceed. We can be the 2nd opinion and also can use our resources to confirm the plan.
You just learned that your business experienced a data breach. Whether hackers took personal information
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(NewsUSA) - Turns out a lot of us actually like certain changes we've made in our lives while holed up at home since the coronavirus hit.
No, we're not talking about what turned out to be the not so stop-gap measures experts usually cite in arguing the entire world has been forever transformed due to COVD-19. Telemedicine. Telemeetings. Fist bumps -- well, okay, maybe not fist bumps, but (sadly) "handshakes may be one of the last things to come back," the Boston Globe reported.
Instead, a new survey of U.S. adults aged 18 and over provides rare insight into what could be the pandemic's long-term impact on individual household dynamics.