Rachelle Wilber

Rachelle Wilber

Rachelle Wilber is a freelance writer living in the San Diego, California area. She graduated from San Diego State University with her Bachelor's Degree in Journalism and Media Studies. She tries to find an interest in all topics and themes, which prompts her writing. When she isn't on her porch writing in the sun, you can find her shopping, at the beach, or at the gym. Follow her on Twitter and Facebook: @RachelleWilber; https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009221637700

Posts by Rachelle Wilber

What Sort Of Encryption Techniques Does The Healthcare Industry Use For Patient Data?
by Rachelle Wilber - 2017-06-02 01:46:49 in Technical Support

The days of using primarily paper patient files are on the decline. Electronic patient record use is now widespread. While the electronic medical records make it easy to store, update and enter information, unauthorized individuals may also make use of the records. Consider these encryption techniques used in the health care industry for patient data.


How To Manage Your Business IT And Find Effective Web Hosting
by Rachelle Wilber - 2017-03-28 02:14:09 in General Information

Managing a business requires much more today than it did in years past. Opening up a storefront, filling the cash register and waving in customers isn't the best way to run a business today.


Cloud Management: How Can Entrepreneurs Become More IT-Savvy?
by Rachelle Wilber - 2017-03-21 00:49:43 in Cloud Computing

Being an entrepreneur means that you have a lot on your plate. If you are not already tech-savvy, you will need to be. Today's most successful businesses rely heavily on digital marketing, social media and e-commerce.


Business Insights: How To Seriously Manage And Utilize Your Company Data
by Rachelle Wilber - 2017-03-20 04:57:58 in General Information

The business world thrives on data that tells owners if their efforts are paying off or not. These detailed bits of data aren't very helpful if companies don't know how to manipulate the information.


Data Danger: How To Protect Your Business From Cyber Crime
by Rachelle Wilber - 2017-03-01 03:02:20 in Technical Support

As a business owner, the security of your data is critical to the success of your business. Many different kinds of entities may try to get access to your data, which is why it is important to protect your business from all of the different types of cyber-crime. Employing useful strategies can help you to keep your financial, employee, client, and other proprietary data safely out of the hands of criminals.


Intelligent Computing Ideas For Business And Marketing
by Rachelle Wilber - 2016-12-02 01:40:40 in Cloud Computing

Information technology has changed business forever. If you don’t keep up with the latest trends in regards to technology, you may be left in the dust by your competitors. However, you don’t want to waste money on tech you don’t really need to stay competitive.


IT And Cloud Technology Advances For A New Century
by Rachelle Wilber - 2016-11-09 01:48:09 in Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is clearly a 21st century paradigm that will likely carry us through the next few decades, but the technological advances and changes brought on by this paradigm are happening too fast, often as a blur.


Computer Immune Systems: How Firewalls And Spam Blockers Protect Your Business
by Rachelle Wilber - 2016-08-24 02:31:55 in Technical Support

In the current economic environment, businesses are often besieged by situations that threaten their success. Threats to a business’ IT network can be especially dangerous. Many business owners find themselves at a loss with respect to dealing with network security. Fortunately, tools such as spam filters and firewalls can assist these owners. There are also steps that will ensure these tools will perform at their most effective levels.


Protecting Your Business Server From Malware And Trojans
by Rachelle Wilber - 2016-08-11 02:11:36 in Technical Support

A Trojan is a particularly insidious little piece of malware that can infiltrate your server by wearing a "cloak" of seemingly legitimate software. Like a wolf in sheep's clothing, many people aren't even aware of the fact that they've been compromised by a Trojan until the malware's jaws are clamped down around their system's throat and mauling the data to death with no resistance.