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Joe Hewitson

Joe Hewitson

With a degree in Applied Computing Technology and over a decade of service in the IT and Software Development industries, Joe Hewitson has acquired a keen ability to write about emerging technologies and the impact they have on businesses in many different industries. Accompanying his love for all things tech is a passion for writing informed and engaging pieces in a unique and easy to understand voice. Living in the beautiful arms of the Rocky Mountains, Joe is an avid outdoorsman and enjoys running, biking, and fishing.

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January 2, 2019 | 4 minute read

Stay ahead of the new year's emerging hacking methods

With the new year comes new technology—and new hacking methods. Here's how you can prepare to bite back against hackers and protect your network.


November 21, 2018 | 4 minute read

OH $#!+: How can you tackle network security on vacation?

Here's what you need to know about maintaining network security as your users start traveling for holiday and working on the go.


October 26, 2018 | 3 minute read

4 ways to celebrate National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

It's National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and the best way to celebrate is strengthening your company's cybersecurity. This guide shows you how.


September 21, 2018 | 4 minute read

3 ways to modernize your IT security strategy

Today's global cybersecurity risks are different than yesterday's. When's the last time you updated your security strategy to combat modern threats?


August 20, 2018 | 3 minute read

Stay vigilant in the wake of mobile endpoint security risks

The days when endpoint security only encompassed devices within the confines of your office are long gone, thanks to mobility. Here's how to stay safe.


August 16, 2018 | 3 minute read

Walk away from passwords and into the future of IT

With the effectiveness of passwords decreasing every day, does the future of IT even need them? An innovation in biometric authentication suggests not.