Researchers have recently discovered a chip flaw that could affect your Apple, Microsoft, and Amazon devices. The vulnerabilities are known as Spectre and Meltdown, and they could potentially allow hackers to access your personal information including your passwords.
Companies are working on releasing patches to their software, some are already available for you to update your device. For a full list of updates and more information about this chip flaw you can read more here: http://money.cnn.com/2018/01/05/technology/spectre-meltdown-chip-flaws-what-to-do/index.html
Updates will be made to the Spam Summary emails for Dreamersi customers starting December 7th, 2016 as a attached picture.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 425-957-0808
Ford announced that they are pulling out of Japanese market. Just look at their Japanese web site. Does it look like Japanese language web site? "No" They have never cared enough to adopt Japanese business style. Cars that Ford sells in Japan have steering wheels in the left ... Japan drives card in the left. They have never adjusted or attempt to make it in Japan.
After all these years, they have never figured out why Ford does not sell in Japan. It's sad to see Ford go, but it was to be expected.
PSPinc has never outsource the development work outside of the USA.
Please let us know what it means to you. We would like to know "Made in The USA" means anything to you.
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Union Bank considers your personal information a critical and valued asset and takes your security seriously. We would like to share some important tips to help protect the information on your mobile device.
Know what you are downloading
1. Be careful downloading apps, especially from sources other than the App Store® and Google Play™. Be careful with apps that ask for unnecessary permissions.
2. Protect all your devices from viruses and malware by installing security software and ensuring your operating system and apps are updated.
3. Do not store sensitive information, such as passwords or Social Security Numbers, on your mobile device.
4. Log out and close your browser or app when you finish a mobile banking session.
5. Be wary of ads, emails, or texts from unknown sources, especially those that ask you to login or give personal information. When it looks like an email address might have been compromised, do not click on links or open attachments from these unknown senders.
Be aware of your environment
6. Make sure no one is looking over your shoulder at your device, especially when you are typing sensitive information.
7. It is always best to use a secure Wi-Fi connection, especially when you are performing financial transactions.
Know what to do if your device is lost
8. If your device has the ability to be wiped remotely, make sure you enable that capability. Make sure you have deleted your data and wiped your device before you donate, sell or trade it in.
9. Notify us immediately if you change your phone number or address.
10. If you detect any fraudulent activity on your Union Bank account, call us at xxx-xxx-xxxx or email email@example.com.
For more information regarding Union Bank’s commitment to security and more tips, visit the Online Security link on the Union Bank home page.
Dear web developers, which side is your web hosting charge in? Expense or revenue? You or your client has to pay the hosting charge every month or year. Why don't you become a partner with PSPinc and start making recurring revenue for your company? Please contact us to learn more.
English - Japanese bilingual site.
Tested Mobile Friendly
External Blog providing RSS feed to the new Web Site.
Final Testing was done well after 7:00pm and went online.
Christine A. Lee, super busy, multi-lingual, multi-facet and articulate negotiator specializing in real estate brokerage in California, Nevada, and Guam is responsible for many commercial development projects and needed her business website updated. Because of her busy schedule, we exchanged ideas for weeks but did not get anywhere.
Christine decided to visit PSPinc for one day and we allocated a team to work with her for 8 hours to complete her web site. That was yesterday. The completely new website (bilingual and mobile friendly) is up and running at PSPinc's Data Center today.
Christine arrived at SETAC just before 10:00am and left SEATAC at 10:00pm. We thank her for allocating one day dedicated to building a website.
One of our customers decided to visit PSPinc for a day to take care of her website. We have decided to have one developer assigned to her project for a whole day to develop and publish her website.
Many business owners and entrepreneurs do not have a lot of time here and there to develop websites. Because of this, many of their websites are incomplete. Today's project may be an experiment, but if it works well, PSPinc might offer one day turnaround service as a premium service for busy professionals.
We picked our client up at the airport this morning and we will drop her off at the airport tonight. Hopefully by the time she boards her plane, she will have a new website online.