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Protecting, Hiding E-Mail Addresses on the Rise

Apple launched a feature called “Sign In With Apple” in 2019, which aimed to allow users the ability to sign up for servers or accounts privately in order to protect their e-mail addresses. Now, the service has been enhanced with a new feature called “Hide My Email.” This new feature is designed to protect users…

October 2021 Newsletter

New Website Launch: State Electric Company CPS is proud to announce the launch of a new website for State Electric Company! Within three months, we created a custom e-commerce website that summarizes their services while focusing on electric vehicle (EV) chargers, solar panel installation, and automatic generator setups. Using PHP, MySQL, HTML5, and CSS3 languages,…

US Plans New Ransomware Rules

The United States Department of Treasury will introduce novel penalties, rules, and strategies for ransomware payments as part of the government’s continual effort to thwart online attacks.  As reported by The Wall Street Journal, the Treasury plans to introduce the sanctions soon, and “Expected new anti-money-laundering and terror-finance rules will seek to limit the use…

Ransomware Attack Forces Howard University to Cancel Classes

Classes at Howard University were canceled due to a ransomware attack as “Unusual activity on the university’s network” sparked an IT investigation. The university’s network was paused by the Enterprise Technology Services department while they examined the security breach. Only essential employees were permitted on campus, and Wi-Fi was shut down until the university could…

September 2021 Newsletter

Schools Back in Session!   If your child or family member is heading back to school this fall, chances are, you’ll need a laptop or computer of some sort. Most primary and secondary schools issue laptops to their students that they also service; however, for all other types of PCs, the techs at CPS can…

Interactive Tools on Websites Influenced by Gender

Interactive Tools on Websites Influenced by Gender, Personality

A recent study published by Penn State examined how much personality comes into play when interacting online. Factors such as being extroverted, introverted, gender, and more, help determine your online browsing behavior.   According to the study, for extroverted women, Computer-Mediated Communication (CMC) tools helped drive certain websites to be more interactive. Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), on the…