Going BYOD? Avoid This Mistake

Only 26% of companies attempting to execute a Bring Your Own Device strategy actually succeed, according to a VMware survey. One of the biggest mistakes many companies make is rolling out a company-wide BYOD policy too soon, without testing it first. Instead, cyber security companies in Las Vegas recommend following a multilayered strategy for success.

Should You Compensate Employees for BYOD?

At least 87% of companies expect employees to use their own personal devices in the workplace, according to a Syntonic study. But that brings up a crucial question: is your company legally required to compensate employees if they bring their own device into work?

Several states, including California and Massachusetts, have labor laws requiring employers to reimburse employees for the business use of personal devices.

Why You Should Never Use Texts for Two-Factor Authentication

Using two-factor authentication to log in to your system is stronger than using a password alone. It’s a proven way to make the computer network of businesses across Las Vegas more secure. But if that second factor is sent via text message, it could lead to a costly data breach.

Getting Rid of my Cable Bill…

Many of us have cable bills that are $100 or more a month, if you add this up over the course of a year, it can get pretty spendy.  Being a little cheap, I decided it was time to get rid of my cable bill, maybe a trip sounds better to me at this time.  So, being in a tech company, seemed logical to look at some of the options.

What to Do When You Are in a Brutal Cell Contract

Don't Drown With a Bad Cell Contract!
Unfortunately, one thing I am an expert on is having a bad cell phone.  My iPhone seemed to drop calls constantly with AT&T and Apple both insisting it was the other person's fault.  The day arrived where I had enough and switched to a Droid.

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