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Email marketing “badly hurt” for Fort Lauderdale businesses by major Apple s …

Fort Lauderdale, November 1st, 2021: Email marketing has become harder and less useful for Fort Lauderdale businesses over the last few weeks, thanks to a major security update by Apple. The tech giant introduced something called Mail Privacy Protection. It’s currently on iPhones and iPads and will arrive on Macs soon. It means anyone who reads their email using Apple’s Mail app can hide their activity from the businesses who sent the

Worldwide chip shortage means South Florida businesses need to plan ahead

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 07/08/2021: A local IT expert is recommending business owners and managers plan now what new devices they’ll want later this year – because of a global chip shortage. Cesar Avila, of says few people here are aware that there are just not enough chips being manufactured for all the devices that need them. “These days chips go into almost everything that’s produced,” he said. “Even refrigerators need chips. Demand

Warning to Miami & Fort Lauderdale bosses: Average ransomware payment now $312,0 …

Fort Lauderdale, FL, May 6, 2021: The most terrifying cyber-crime that can hit South Florida businesses now costs an average of $312,000 to fix, according to new stats. Ransomware is where all of a business’s data is encrypted and held for ransom by criminals. They demand a huge fee to release it. And the number of ransomware attacks here is shooting up, according to local data security expert Cesar Avila, of “We’ve

Shock for Fort Lauderdale bosses: 65% of staff don’t expect full-time return t …

Fort Lauderdale, FL - 04/01/2021: Many staff doesn’t believe they’ll ever return to their office full-time – a year on from the enforced start of Work From Home (WFH). And that result is likely to be reflected here in Fort Lauderdale, according to a local IT expert. Cesar Avila, of – IT Solutions, has been studying the results of a recent survey. “Remote working was forced on many workers a year ago.

Will thousands of South Florida businesses wave goodbye to passwords this year?

Fort Lauderdale, Florida 02/07/2021: Thousands of staff in South Florida could wave goodbye to the frustration of logging in to apps this year, as Microsoft declares open war on passwords. Instead, people could be using biometrics – such as their fingerprints – to access data on their computers. The tech giant has set out a bold ambition to kill passwords this year. “This is something that 100% will affect businesses around here, if

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