The 4 Lethal Clicks: The Links You Should Never Touch

If you think the most common cyber scam still involves deposed Nigerian royalty prompting your help to remove fortunes from African banks, your time machine has stalled. Cyber criminals have become far more creative, sophisticated and unreadable. With that in mind, here are five links you should never, ever click.

The History of the Christmas Colors

Each and every festival in the world has its own colors and Christmas is no different. Red is the color of festivity and green is soothing and signifies life.

We have Rudolph with his red nose in a Christmas carol, Father  Christmas in his red coat fringed with white and the evergreen Christmas tree—these are some of the things that inimitably symbolize Christmas.

5 Easy Things You Should Do To Protect Your Business Now

Let’s face it; no one likes to think about bad things happening to them, much less planning for them. But since December is the month where the number of thieves and cyber thieves that are lurking around is at an all-time high, we wanted to give you a quick “brush up” on some simple things you can (and should!) be doing to protect your business.

The Difference Between Backup, Disaster Recovery And Business Continuity

If you think “data backup” is synonymous with “disaster recovery” and aren’t sure what “business continuity” means, you’re not alone. Most of the business owners we talk to make the mistake of not knowing the difference and end up paying the price when data is lost, a network goes down or a disaster prevents them from accessing their physical office and the server inside.

3 Technology-Specific New Year’s Resolutions YOU NEED TO MAKE!

Ahhhh! A brand new year, full of promise, hope and a fresh start is right around the corner. If you’re like most people, you’re probably planning on making the usual resolutions to exercise more, lose weight, pay off debt, etc., etc., etc. Essentially, the New Year is when we momentarily take stock in our lives and think about all the things we “should” be doing more of, but don’t. So while you’re in the goal-setting mode, we thought we would tack on 3 things that probably aren’t on your list, but should be.

The Numbers Say You Need to Have a Website….

Sometimes the numbers just don’t add up. Like these website statistics…

I recently read that 97% of Internet users in the U.S. now go online to shop for local goods and services. That’s virtually everybody.

Yet by most accounts (there are slightly different numbers from survey to survey) 50% or more of U.S. businesses still do not have a website.

Why Google Analytics is Important to your Website

Analytics are great and very important for helping get your site a better ranking and being recognized. It’s also great for seeing what people are most interested on your site. Understanding the gathered information can help guide what’s most important on your site to fit the customer or client needs and maximize your site to its fullest extent.

Giving Thanks Around the World

Many people have family scattered throughout the world. On holidays, such as Thanksgiving, everyone wants to wish their family members “Happy Thanksgiving!” Here’s how to say “Happy Thanksgiving” in 10 different languages:

French: Joyeux Thanksgiving

Italian: felice ringraziamento

Spanish: Feliz Día de Gracias

Hawaiian: Hau’oli La Ho’omakika’i x

Arabic: سعيد عيد الشكر (Eid shokr sa’ed)

Swedish: Glad tacksägelsedag

Bulgarian: щастлив благодарност

German: Herzliche Danksagung’

Japanese: 感謝幸せ (Kanshasai Omedoto!!)

Dutch: Vrolijke gedenkdagen’

From everyone here at Tomorrow’s Technology Today, we would like to wish a very Happy Thanksgiving! We are truly blessed to have such great clients, such as yourself!