The Technology Behind Bitcoin

Not too long ago, a movement swept across the world: Bitcoin. While some dispute the way to define Bitcoin, it is essentially a virtual currency that utilizes peer-to-peer technology to manage transactions. What makes Bitcoin so interesting and unique? It’s completely open-sourced and public. No one controls it and no one owns it. Bitcoin is supposedly revolutionizing the way we pay for things across the globe.

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For the Record: About DNS

DNS or Domain Name System is used every time you visit a website. The basic function of a DNS server is to change a domain name like www.diversetechservices.com into an Internet Protocol (IP) address. Computers use IP addresses to identify each other on networks and help you get to where you need to go. It helps if you think of DNS like your computer’s GPS. You type in where you want to go and then directions appear and help you get to your end destination.

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5 Android KitKat OS Features to Get Excited About

Google’s new Android 4.4, or KitKat, operating system comes with some sweet new features that are going to enhance the ways users are able to interact with their devices. While some of the updated features of the KitKat OS are more behind the scenes, the operating system is coming with a lot of great changes that users should be excited about.

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Syncing Google Calendar with iPhone

If you’re like most people these days, your phone is an extension of who you are. There’s a great chance it’s never more than a few feet away. Whether you’re at work, sleeping, eating, or even working out, your phone is probably close by, which is why you want to make sure you are syncing Google Calendar with your iPhone.

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How to Recover from a Cyber Hack: The Butler Hack Continued

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Last week, we addressed the topic of cyber hacking and how you can protect yourself from falling for hacks that can cost you money, time, and your identity. Butler University recently fell victim to a cyber hack that resulted in personal information of faculty, alumni, staff, students, and applicants being stolen. Luckily, police apprehended the suspect of the attach in California, but it was unclear if any of the information was used or sold to someone who might use it, which leaves one major question: how do you recover from a cyber hack?

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The Butler Hack and How to Protect Yourself Against Cyber Hacks

Letters went out last week from Butler University informing students, faculty, staff, alumni, former employees, and applicants that their information may have been stolen. The letters, sent on June 26th warned the 163,000 potentially affected people about the stolen information. Police informed Butler officials on May 28th that a suspect was apprehended in California with a flash drive containing information about people affiliated with the University. While you may not have been affected by this particular hack, you need to understand the hack and the best ways to protect yourself against cyber hacks.

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It's Time To Declare Freedom From Online Identity Theft

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