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How to overcome objections to joining your PTA?
There are always going to be excuses and objections to joining the PTA. Most parents don’t see the value in
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A conversation on fundraising and school directory with School Zone
Welcome to the school zone school fundraising ideas podcast. We interviewed top fundraising and resource companies to help you find
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MobileArq 2018 American Small Business Champion
MobileArq Receives National Recognition as a 2018 American Small Business Champion by SCORE  Summit, NJ-based MobileArq, https://mobilearq.com/, a provider of
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Why data security does not mean data privacy?
Data privacy and data security have become hot-button issue in recent weeks. Facebook, the social networking giant with over 214
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The complete PTA Software guide
Are you confused about the countless school and PTA Software solutions available on the market? How does a Student Information
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School Fundraising: ‘Crush it’ with these three simple hacks for PTAs and PTOs
School Fundraising takes time and it is a lot of work! Organizing a school fundraiser is no simple task. You
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Tech Tip #4: Safeguard your phone with encryption
This article was originally published on https://tapinto.net at http://bit.ly/MA-tech-tipe-4. In this article, I will introduce you to encryption, the why and
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Secure Your Email From Hackers
A Gmail phishing* attack has been perpetuated on millions of users in which the hacker sends you a fake email
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Secure your smartphone with your fingerprint
This post written by Niru Mallavarupu originally appeared on the Tap Into Springfield as a Technology Tip. Smartphones have become
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Secure your smartphone with a passcode
This article written by MobileArq Founder Niru Mallavarupu was originally published in Tap Into – https://www.tapinto.net/towns/springfield/articles/tech-tip-securing-your-smartphone Since smartphones have become an
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April 15, 2014

Why SSL?

The internet community is buzzing about the “Heartbleed Bug” and “OpenSSL”. At the heart of the “HeartBleed Bug” is SSL, the secure socket layer. So what is SSL and what role does it play in our internet transactions? The Sockets in the “Secure Sockets Layer” refers to a protocol used by any “client” to communicate with a “server”. A “client” is any web browser, email client or program initiating the transaction. The “server” is the program that fulfills the request of the client. When the internet started getting used in the early nineties outside the “geek” circles, software programs for banking, e-commerce and a multitude other purposes started getting built and used. However, software researchers needed to find a way to stop sensitive data being transferred transparently over the internet so that it could not be stolen by unscrupulous parties. Due to this need to protect credit card numbers, banking […]