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  1. What is 5G?

    5G stands for fifth generation cellular wireless. 5G networks will have greater speed, lower latency and the ability to connect a lot more devices at once. In this post we will not discuss the ins and outs of how 5G is different from past generations ...

  2. Ransomware: Anatomy of an Attack

    Ransomware is on the rise. This malicious software is designed to block access to a computer system and it’s files unless a ransom is paid to the criminals. Ransomware is most commonly spread through phishing emails with malicious attachments or ...

  3. Cyberbullying

    Cyberbullying is bullying. The difference is that cyberbullying is bullying through the use of technology. Various forms of technology could be social media, text messaging and emails. Cyberbullying can be persistent and the victim has little ...

  4. Malware Focus: Rootkits

    A rootkit is simply a set of tools that can maintain root privileged access to an operating system. BUT if a rootkit is deployed as malware it could carry malicious code to exploit background processes. Once a rootkit is snuggled inside the operating ...

  5. Missouri State Library Awards Funds for E-book, Audiobook Collection for Missouri School Libraries

    Jefferson City, Mo. — Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft announced today that the Missouri State Library, a division of his office, has awarded $8,000 as part of the REAL (Remote Electronic Access for Libraries) Program to support the MOREnet Shared ...

  6. Shred Your Hard Drive!

    It's critically important to protect your data, including when you're getting rid of equipment. One sure way to protect data is to have your hard drives shredded. Shredding mechanically destroys the device, rendering it safe for disposal. The U.S. ...

  7. Do You Need Antivirus Software?

    Do you still need antivirus software? Yes. Why? Because malware, in all forms, is still pervasive on the Internet and it wants to attack you, steal your information, and ruin your online experience. Many operating systems are now baking in some form ...

  8. Nearpod Now Integrates With Google Slides

    Nearpod, the award-winning interactive content platform, recently announced a new feature available to its subscribers: Google Slides integration. Using a free Nearpod add on, you can now integrate your Nearpod activities directly in your ...

  9. Scam Focus: Gift Card Purchase

    Scenario: Donna is the supervisor of XYZ.org. Sam is an upper management employee. ******************************************************************** From: Donna Boss To: Sam Scammed Subject: Quick Purchase Needed Sam, can you do me a favor? Donna ...

  10. AV-Test Issues Anti-virus Rankings

    The AV-Test Institute, an independent research institute in Germany, recently released its list of the best anti-virus solutions for Windows Home users. Some of their top finishers might surprise you. Have a look!

  11. Prepare for the Missouri Computer Science Standards

    This May, the Missouri State Board of Education approved new Computer Science Performance Standards for implementation during the 2019-2020 school year. Understanding that the timeline is aggressive, DESE reached out to us to partner for delivery of ...

  12. Raspberry Pi 4 Released

    A new version of the Rasberry Pi single board computer (SBC) has been released and is now on sale. SBCs in general, and the Rasberry Pi in particular, have become increasingly popular in education and makerspaces. The Rasberry Pi 4 has improved specs ...

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