Will Linkedin Finally Challenge University ePortfolios For Students?

I’ve decided to focus on a little Back-To-School social media with this post of the SOS blog.   So this is for all you parents and students out there. As of September 12, Linkedin has just updated their TOS (Terms of Service) with what appears to be  an interesting challenge to the lifetime aspect of […]

SECURITY ALERT: RansomWare Disguised As False DHS Warning

This is a special notice from CERT that we have just been made aware of: Ransomware is back but under the guise of a false warning from the Department of Homeland Security.   For a review of what Ransomware is and how it works, you might want to read our past post on this malware. So […]

SOS SEO Tips: Let Your Images Support The Search

Did you know there is way you can help your web site SEO with your images? One of the places people forget that they can mention a keyword is by naming their images with that keyword.  By doing so, you help your keyword ranking along with your title and meta tags. So the next time […]

Safety At the Wi

No, this isn’t about pool safety at the YMCA, this is about making sure you have a secure connection on an insecure connection, namely every time you connect to the Internet at a public wi-fi spot. Wifi is a public network and any data transfer passing through can be intercepted, monitored or recorded by any […]