Monthly Archives: February 2014

Free Spin at Octane Coffee in Atlanta GA

Free Spin at Octane Coffee in Atlanta GA | Ripple IT Service

One of the great things about Ripplers is that they’re all multi-talented people. Our support team alone boasts a professional cellist, amateur app developer, and occasional breakdancer. We love supporting Ripplers outside of the office. That’s why we’re particularly excited about this coming Friday. Josh Flail, our Marketing Coordinator, and his crate digging friends will… Read more »

Why Small Teams Trump Big Groups

Small Teams Trump Big Groups | Ripple IT Support

We’ve found that the best way to get work done is to assign small teams to a task and let them find the best solution. It’s a philosophy that’s helps us both solve IT issues and determine the next person we hire. Building A Team of Experts Oftentimes, companies want to hire the most well-rounded… Read more »

ATV Hosts Lunch & Learn on Cyber Risk Management

WarGames | The Ultimate Reason for IT Security | Ripple

Yes, cyber security threats are real. And many small businesses at risk are unaware of the danger that a lack of policies and procedures concerning IT security can have. In fact, according to a report from Symantec, a cyber security firm based in California, attacks on small businesses with fewer than 250 employees made up… Read more »

Happy Birthday to Mac

Apple Mac Anniversary | IT Support | Ripple

To celebrate 30 years of the Mac, Apple has released a 127-second video shot entirely with iPhones over a 36-hour period on January 24, the official date of Mac’s 30th birthday. The video includes footage from 10 countries on five different continents, and is designed to show all the ways in which people now use… Read more »

Update for Adobe Flash Required to Prevent Attacks

Adobe Flash Player Update | IT Security | Ripple

Adobe has posted an emergency security bulletin recommending that users update their Flash Players immediately, citing that a failure to update will leave systems open to potential attacks. According to officials at Adobe, “this vulnerability could allow an attacker to remotely take control of the affected system.” Users of Windows, Macintosh, and Linux operating systems… Read more »

Aereo, A Controversial Cloud-based DVR Service

Aereo | Stream and Record TV Shows | Ripple IT Service

I’m a somewhat recent convert to the cord-cutting philosophy of ditching the traditional cable and satellite tv providers in favor of digital services like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, etc. That is to say, I’ve had cable at some point in the last 2 years and haven’t looked back since moving on. Right now I’m experimenting… Read more »