What is Meltdown & Spectre and what should you do?

You’ve probably been hearing a lot about Meltdown and Spectre -and you’ll continue to over the next several weeks. These bugs affect most CPU manufacturers, including (to various degrees) Intel, AMD, ARM and now Qualcomm. To be clear, this impacts essentially every network on the planet. What Ripple has already done We’ve been keeping a… Read more »

Just say no to KRACK!

You’ve probably seen or heard on the news of a serious vulnerability called KRACK. In short, this is a vulnerability that impacts most (if not all) routers. Without action, hackers within range of your Wi-Fi network could see your internet traffic and potentially infiltrate your network. YIKES! So what should I do? Whether you’ve got… Read more »

3 Simple Ways to Stream Audio Throughout the Office

Consider Your Environment. Setting up the office to stream music in multiple rooms is a fun (but potentially expensive) little project. There are numerous options available to you to stream audio. Just fitting the office with speakers might not be ideal -or could cause frustration. In most cases, streaming audio works best with granularity. The sound… Read more »

Top 7 Questions for Security and your Business (with Video)

Cyber Crime is on the rise. Today, business owners are challenged to be in the know when it comes to security and IT leadership decisions. Without this knowledge, the tasks to maintain a secure workforce grow increasingly more complex. It is not the staff’s responsibility to understand all the specifics of most technologies. However, it is… Read more »

Keep Your Email Secure: Best Practices Cheat Sheet

  In today’s busy world, email is fundamental to communication. But what happens when something goes wrong and your security is compromised? Viruses, phishing scams, and information breaches are not uncommon and have high costs. Email security is something that can often slip to the wayside, but it’s not complicated to put measures in place to… Read more »

About Time: Twitter Changes Character Limit

Welcome to 2016, You Beautiful Blue Bird Twitter hasn’t changed much since its early days. Sure, now we have cover photos and other visual overhauls, but that key component, the 140-character messaging, has been stagnant over the course of all these updates. While this concept of super short form is what made the site what… Read more »

Ripple Custom Portals

A Secure and Simple Solution, Custom Built for You Ripple offers custom portals and virtual workstations. These computers and interfaces can be tailor-made to any specifications, and provide a one-stop shop for any software or service your team might need. Plus, Ripple workstations come with integrated Office 365 and secure single sign-ons, making them the… Read more »