WannaCry strikes again!

Boeing Co. says it detected an attack using the wannacry computer virus but that the intrusion caused little damage or disruption. A Boeing spokeswoman said Thursday that the ransomware virus was contained to “a few machines” and was fixed with software patches. She said there was no effect on production work for airliners. Wednesday’s incident briefly set off alarm …

Another hit to a municipality

If large attacks for ransomware weren’t enough to push people for data redundancy, another situation has affected a city call center. Hot on the heels of the ransomware attack on the city of Atlanta, another major U.S. city had services disrupted due to encrypting malware. This time, 911 Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) systems went down …

Power Lunch – March 22nd

Don’t miss the opportunity to be part of the conversation about our future in a thought-provoking panel discussion about transportation, development, affordable housing, education, and our talent pipeline with the region’s mayors and thought leaders during a luncheon event at the North Charleston Business Expo. This lunch starts at 11:30am and goes til 1:00pm when the …

Don’t let this happen to you!

When you run business, showing signs of closure is bad for business. Same goes for your website. The longer your website is down, the worse it gets as far as SEO goes. It takes information daily to see the top sites statistics and organizes that data into correlating numbers to be turned to profit for …