Posts Tagged 'protecting kids online'

The more connected we become through technology, the harder it may be to reach out to another person and ask for real emotional help. Such isolation is the daily oxymoron of a hyper-connected world. So when you see a person on one of your social networks who appears to be in the midst of a […]

Social media has rocked the traditional friendship paradigm to its core. We’ve succeeded in connecting with more people than ever but how many friends do we really have? How many people would we rush to be with in a crisis or sacrifice consistent time, effort, and tears for? A friend, as defined Google dictionary, is a person […]

Instagram is awesome — so awesome, in fact, it ranks in the top two social networks among teens. (Snapchat is #1, Twitter #3, and Facebook #4). But like every social network, it changes from time to time. Some recent changes to Instagram that may boost its safety, include nixing the geo Photo Map feature and […]

Earlier this month, more than 100 channel partner engineers from across the Americas came together in Fajardo, Puerto Rico, for 5 days of learning at the 10th annual Americas Technical Forum.  This group, along with 60 Intel Security staff, made the journey for multiple reasons: deep-dive technical training, peer networking, live malware demonstrations and – […]

It’s a fact. This blog may not get a lick of traction. It goes against every SEO rule. There will be zero conversion. It likely won’t be read or acted upon by its target market — clueless parents — because truthful headlines scare off excuse-filled readers. However, if you’ve made it beyond the headline because you […]