EXCEL January Newsletter

How to Spot a Fake Computer Virus Warning

Pop-up messages claiming that you have a virus may actually contain a virus that could harm your computer, cause costly repairs, or even worse, lead to identity theft. Here's what you need to know to protect yourself from scareware. Contact us if you have any questions. (Business Know How)

How Yahoo's Latest Breach Could Affect Your Security

A few weeks ago, Yahoo announced yet another breach. Hackers stole names, phone numbers, passwords, dates of birth, and security questions and answers. If you had a Yahoo account and used similar passwords or security questions for your business or other accounts, you need to take action. Call us for help. (ZD Net)

The Daily Routines of 15 Ultra-Productive CEOs

Make 2017 a banner year. Here's how 15 of the most productive CEOs spend their days. Some of these routines might surprise you. (Medium)

Meet PoisonTap, the $5 Tool That Can Access Password-Protected Computers

Though not wide-spread yet, this tool can be used to access unattended computers even if they are password-protected. (Ars Technica)