TechStarters Logo
Blog Home

How to Have a Safe Website for Your Customers

Safe website

It is the holiday season and with that comes sales and lots of them. It’s the perfect time to get more web traffic to your site with a big holiday and Cyber Monday sale. Consequently with all the potential traffic comes plenty of potential risks. Hackers and scammers have a plethora of choices of people … Read moreHow to Have a Safe Website for Your Customers

What is Network Security and Why it is Important

Network Security

Business technology is essential for productivity and growth. As a business owner, it is important to incorporate this technology. It will keep your business up and running and staying ahead of the competition. Likewise, it is important to keep everything secure. What you will need is Network Security. This blog will discuss what network security … Read moreWhat is Network Security and Why it is Important

Update Technology for Your Business

Update Business Technology

If technology is well implemented, a small-scale business can have the chance to scale up. Whether you want to keep your company on the cutting edge, or just make a modern update here are some technology ideas to integrate into your business.  Augmented Reality  A picture is worth a thousand words but putting that picture … Read moreUpdate Technology for Your Business

What is a Cyber-Attack and How Can Your Business Stay Protected?

Cybercriminals are mysterious and elusive, making the number of arrests for cybercrimes small. Understanding them is difficult because they hide in plain sight. Ultimately, if we all understand and utilize cyber-security, we stand a better chance of outing the attacks. In order to do this, you need to recognize the different types of cyber crimes … Read moreWhat is a Cyber-Attack and How Can Your Business Stay Protected?

HTTP & HTTPS: Why The Difference Matters

When we type a website into our browser of choice, often we will see it change to the full URL of the website and it will almost always start with either HTTP:// or HTTPS://. One might disregard the beginning of the URL, called the protocol, in favor of the actual domain name. In this post, … Read moreHTTP & HTTPS: Why The Difference Matters