All of your mobile devices are much more vulnerable to being lost or stolen, so planning ahead is really smart. Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn has some tips on how to keep track of your device if it goes missing.
It’s easy to think that identity theft is only a problem for adults, but statistics from last year reveal that it’s twice as likely that a child’s ID is stolen over an adult’s. Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn has some advice.
If it seems like you’re getting a lot more calls that are either a robocall, a scammer or someone trying to sell you something, you’re not imagining it. The percentage of calls has risen steeply of late, and it’s getting worse. Here’s what you need to know.
YouTube says it will turn off comments on nearly all videos featuring children, but that could take months. Here are five safety steps you can take today to protect your children online.
Most small businesses can benefit simply by taking advantage of free analytics and auditing tools available and spending the time to learn how to use them.
Windows 7 will no longer be supported for free starting Jan. 15, 2020. For most people, the best solution is to switch to Windows 10. But if you need other options, Ken Colburn, of the Data Doctors, lays them out.
Technology has made it easier to steal credit card information using card skimmers at gas stations. There are phone apps you can download to protect yourself from card skimmers — but they have their pros and cons.
Ken Colburn from the Data Doctors lays out the best ways to protect yourself from falling victim to an SMS scam, starting with how to recognize one.
The OBD-II (onboard diagnostics) port — which is usually under the steering wheel — is not just for your mechanic. Many consumer products are available that allow you to get more-detailed information when that light comes on.
Email continues to be the most common communication channel for small businesses to interact with their clients, but it’s also one of the least secure. Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn has advice on your email encryption needs.
There are a number of reasons for using a Virtual Private Network (VPN), especially for mobile devices, such as laptops, smartphones and tablets. Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn breaks it down.
From improving your passwords to limiting your screen time, Data Doctor Ken Colburn offers his New Year’s tech resolutions.
There’s never been a better time to consider switching to a streaming TV service because of all of the great choices, but the downside to so many choices is that it can make the decision much more complicated and confusing. Ken Colburn of Data Doctors is here to help.
As the sophistication of smartphones improves, some of the previous gaps between the brands and platforms has narrowed. And now that Google is building their own hardware, the tight integration Apple has always provided is now available to Android users.
People rely on smartphones. A lot. This level of reliance is why a relatively simple but effective scam known as SIM swapping or SIM hijacking has been on the rise. Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn explains the scam.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.