The revolution is here. Every successful, major revolution in history had two primary sides to it, those who benefited and the previously empowered. The Internet was not created for the masses, or by a consortium of the general public with your best interests considered. The previously empowered general public is in many ways now victims of computer systems, particularly relative to the internet.
Its use has always favored the most highly resourced and skilled. And, applicable software and hardware development are always expanding, even faster than we can learn and benefit from the prior iterations. It is like opening endlessly nested dolls. Moreover, companies are constantly attempting to outperform each others’ products regarding functional characteristics (size, speed, capacity, mobility, brilliance, ease of application, interface, connectivity, security, etc.), and beat their competitors to sales. The beneficiaries are usually the best-marketed products, the losers are those of us living with and occasionally burned by, unmet functional promises.
Subpar performance of computer system components occurs regularly for many reasons. Plus, data leaks, hacked data, and other information losses occur purposefully, erroneously and are spilled into the public arena by public agencies, private businesses, and hackers daily as unfortunate elements of the revolution in our information access and use. IT Support Toronto
We all attempt to travel the internet safely. But, regarding cybersecurity, if anyone ever tells you that your ______ (any type of data) is completely safe on their server(s), in their cloud system or with their specific software, smile and contemplate, “I wish their pants would actually catch on fire!”