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Passwords: Dreaded, but Needed
Passwords: Dreaded, but Needed Sun, Sep 07, 2014 The dreaded task of creating or updating a password! We know it stinks coming up with a password, but it’s so so so important to create a secure password these days! There are a number of ways in which you could become a victim of password hacking. Read More

IBM Constructs Brain-like Computer Chip Mon, Aug 11, 2014 IBM are attempting to push the boundaries of computer service by building a computer chip that functions more like a human brain than any previous invention. Read More

Did a Computer Really Outsmart a Person? Fri, Jun 13, 2014 The Turing Test was created 65 years ago, by scientist Alan Turing. It asked the question: can a computer convince a human that it’s also human? This June, for the first time, the answer seems to be yes. Read More

Computer Networking: User and Wearer-Friendly? Wed, Jun 11, 2014 Forget wearing your heart on your sleeve—it’s becoming more and more popular to wear your computer instead. Read More

Large-scale breach highlights need for keeping computers safe with Orlando IT support Mon, Jun 09, 2014 So far, 2014 has seen a few high-profile data breaches that have made Americans think about their cybersecurity. Even before the start of the year, however, there were signs of the increase in hacking and large information leaks that hopefully inspir... Read More

The importance of IT support - Half of Americans were hacked last year Mon, Jun 02, 2014 For both national corporations and small businesses in Orlando IT support can stop huge hacks. Read More

Vann Data: Keeping Up with Daytona Beach Networks Mon, Jun 02, 2014 There’s no reason you have to be a business owner and an IT specialist. Vann Data helps small and medium-sized businesses around Orlando and Daytona Beach thrive with technology, and carries out tasks with a team of professional IT specialists... Read More

FCC Wi-Fi Boost Streamlines Networking, But Could Airborne Wi-Fi Virus Slow It Down? Mon, Jun 02, 2014 In March, the Federal Communications Committee voted to allow an extra 100MHz for Wi-Fi devices in the 5GHz part of the spectrum, and to get rid of indoor-only limitations on devices. Essentially, this will allow for better connection speeds for user... Read More

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