Upgrades and Security

We have a major addition to our computing infrastructure that provides increased speed and security. We’ve added a cloud-hosting system to our service line! This new system allows us to provide a FREE SSL certificate for the life of your JML cloud-hosted website, including a much faster web experience for your customers. Also, our new system provides free backups in the event of disaster and scale-up abilities during increased traffic to your website. You can signup at our SHOP page to get on-board with JML and reap all the benefits of increased speed and security, or go directly to https://www.jml.tech/product/website-cloud-hosting-1-year/ or https://www.jml.tech/product/website-cloud-hosting-1-month/.

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When an Employee Goes Rogue

It’s the stuff of nightmares for an owner and manager of a tech-related business: an employee goes rogue, steals, and hobbles code. Tesla’s Elon Musk alleges that an employee as his facility did such things and is trying to mitigate damages. Rogue employees often give a hard lesson in trust. The publication Tech Republic points to a few ways to ensure this doesn’t happen at your business. One is to setup permissions on servers and computers that make sense for the employee’s tasks, and to go no further with escalated permissions unless there’s a promotion. Another approach is to conduct audits every so often to look for signs of sabotage… Read More

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Reduce Your Chances of Getting Hacked

The allegedly hijacked feed of C-Span and other odd media glitches have brought cybersecurity to the front burner again–although for some of us it never actually left. Although C-Span folks deny it, no one is kidding themselves about whodunit. The hijack may have been due to nefarious forces (read: Russia). And while we do not know specific details of the attack it doesn’t take long to imagine how it happened. Typical suspects include unpatched servers, routers, PC’s, or even bad password management. That’s because security can be breached through exploits in older computer software and firmware. Solutions Reduce your chances of getting hacked by applying patches, running an updated anti-virus… Read More

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