Big Kansas City To Be Hosted At Hangar9 2014

Big Kansas City To Be Hosted At Hangar9 2014   Silicon Prairie News is hosting this years Big Kansas City which will be taking place in Hangar9 from October 8-10. Forbes has declared Big Kansas City as, “one of the top conferences to attend for entrepreneurs.” It’s a conference where founders, designers, developers, investors and more, converging on the Midwest for a span of two and a half days. While sharing ideas, offering advice, co-creating experiences, and inspiring one another. Notable speakers include co-founder and co-CEO of Warby Parker, Neil Blumenthal. Warby Parker is a designer eyewear company that sells at revolutionary prices while offering a buy one, give one…

What You Need To Know About Computer Viruses:

What You Need To Know About Computer Viruses: ‘Virus’ is a blanket term typically used to reference computer malware. Malware simply stands for malicious software. Viruses and malware usually have two main functions: to spread and do cause damage or theft. They also possess the ability to avoid detection and replicate.   Hoax emails that warn about viruses are becoming increasingly popular. According to the University of Cambridge, emails such as these typically ask you to forward the “warning” to as many people as possible. Do not open or forward these, delete them. A study by toptenreviews revealed that 32% of the worlds computers were affected with some type of…

MDL Technology Updates Raytown Police Department’s Data Security With Cloud Services

MDL Technology Updates Raytown Police Department’s Data Security With Cloud Services Background The Raytown Police Department retained MDL Technology, LLC., a Kansas City IT and managed services company, to virtualize the Raytown Police Department’s network infrastructure, implement offsite back-up storage, cut costs and power consumption and allow sensitive data to be securely housed with cloud services. About The Raytown Police Department The Raytown Police Department serves and protects over 30,000 Raytown residents within a 10.5-mile area under the supervision of Chief Jim Lynch. The department employs 78 full-time employees that range from uniform officers and detectives, all the way down to communications, detention and records staff. The department is located…