8 Tips to Help You Clean Out Your Computer

Some people are neat freaks, while some are…not. Whichever category you fall into (don’t worry, we won’t tell Marie Kondo), chances are, the condition of your computer reflects your personal level of slobbery. There’s no hard and fast rule, but if you find yourself sifting through massive piles of clothes each morning to get to the one shirt you really want, you might also be … Continue reading 8 Tips to Help You Clean Out Your Computer

The Gooligan Android Breach – What you Need to Know

As if worrying that your Android might suddenly explode wasn’t enough to worry about. Researchers at Security fIrm Check Point have just announced the emergence of a new strain of Android-attacking malware, which they’re calling Gooligan, a particularly powerful variant of an older Android malware called Ghost Push. Spreading through apps in third party app stores, Gooligan is affecting 13,000 devices a day and targets … Continue reading The Gooligan Android Breach – What you Need to Know

Go, Pokemon Go! The Latest Craze that Could Fill your Device with Malware

Wondering what your friend or co-worker is doing, staring at his or her phone, wandering around aimlessly? Are you trying to figure out what all the commotion seems to be regarding that gas station down the street? Chances are, it’s Pokemon Go! related. Not up to snuff on the augmented reality app-game? Well, if you remember the Pokemon phenomenon that started in 1995 with a … Continue reading Go, Pokemon Go! The Latest Craze that Could Fill your Device with Malware

The How to Liberate Your Device From Intruders Guide for the Fourth of July

Boom! Whizz! Bang! Typically, when you think of the Fourth of July, you think about fireworks, watermelon and barbecues. Makes sense too, the Fourth of July is the day that the Second Continental Congress approved and adopted the Declaration of Independence, thereby giving official legitimacy to the rag tag group known as the 13 original Colonies. But on the Fourth of July in 2009, if … Continue reading The How to Liberate Your Device From Intruders Guide for the Fourth of July

Curiosity Killed the Computer

Chalk it up to the fact that homo sapiens have always had to find new ways of adapting to survive, we humans are curious, perhaps even nosy, creatures. The burning “need to know” is what powers innovation and propels discovery (because, ya know, circle-shaped wheels move a whole lot better than square-shaped ones do) and it’s what keeps us following the Kardashian’s Twitter posts, no … Continue reading Curiosity Killed the Computer

WordPress and Rogue Plugins

It’s no secret that we love WordPress here at RCS. And we’re in good company. In 2016, sites built on the WordPress platform make up 25 percent of the top 10 million websites in the world and our beloved WP powers more than 59 percent of all content management systems (CMS). Some of the most notable websites in the world, such as LinkedIn, TechCrunch, The … Continue reading WordPress and Rogue Plugins