Does your small company train your employees to prevent cyber attacks or hackers from getting into your computer system? If not, you should definitely think about doing so. Far too many employees are lackadaisical when it comes to their passwords, and the inconvenience of typing in passwords, or protecting their personal tech devices which are now interfacing with the IT systems in their companies.

The other day there was an excellent blog post by Dan Rowinski posted to Read-Write-Web Online Citizen Journalist News titled; “Employees, Not Hackers, Are the Biggest Threat to Security” published on June 27, 2011. Dan rightfully points out that internal security is paramount and that it is “not always a tech issue, for instance in the article he states:

“While groups like Anonymous and LulzSec use sophisticated hacking methods (like SQL-injections), the greatest threat to security within the government and large corporations does not …

The older a computer gets, the slower it becomes. The performance of a computer reduces as it gets older. The solution to this problem is not buying a new PC but following a few simple precautionary steps. These 5 simple and effective steps that will help you have a like new computer are:

1. Delete unnecessary files: You can lighten your computer by deleting unnecessary files from the hard drive of your computer. These files could be any video or music or some documents that you don’t need any more.

2. Check your RAM capacity: A computer gets very slow if you open too many programs at the same time knowing that the RAM of your computer is low. Try and increase the capacity of your RAM to improve the speed of your computer.

3. Uninstall unneeded programs: Go to Control Panel and remove all the unwanted programs. …