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New Postage Sized SSD Means Smaller Devices Coming

The push toward ever greater miniaturization has been present in the technology industry from the very beginning. Computers that once occupied whole rooms got small enough to fit onto any available desktop. ...

Are You Doing Enough To Educate Employees On Security Risks?

Your employees are both your company’s greatest asset and your biggest potential security risk. In a recent study conducted by Experian Data Breach Resolution and Ponemon Institute, it was found that 55% ...

Android Provides Additional Find-Your-Phone Option

If you’re one of the millions of users with an Android phone, then you already know there are a couple of different ways you can find it if you happen to misplace ...

Search Results Look Weird? You Might Be Infected

Have you been noticing “strange” search results when you’re surfing the web? Have your search results been taking longer than usual to appear? You may have been infected by a new, very ...

Have Bots Taken Over The Internet?

What percentage of total internet traffic would you estimate that bots (non-human visitors) account for? Twenty percent? Thirty percent? Unfortunately, according to data released by DeviceAtlas, a company that makes software to ...

That USB Phone Charger Might Be Stealing Your Data

If you haven’t yet heard of “KeySweeper,” you have a new threat to be on the lookout for. The KeySweeper device is built with off the shelf, Arduino components. These can be ...

Don’t Turn Off Security Updates To Avoid Windows 10 Upgrade

In recent months, Microsoft has made a number of very good, highly popular moves that have had its customers raving about its apparent change. This latest incident, however, isn’t one of those. ...

Are You Ready For A 10 Core Processor?

You’ve probably got either a dual- or quad-core computer sitting on your desk right now, but if you love bleeding edge technology, then you’re going to want to upgrade after reading this. ...

A Number Of Major Manufacturer Laptops May Have Security Risks

Security firm Duo Security recently published a disturbing report relating to laptop security. It found critical security flaws in laptops produced by five of the largest OEMs: Acer, Asus, Dell, Hewlett-Packard, and ...

Microsoft Is Putting A Stop To Your Bad Passwords

Most of us (and you know who you are) tend to be not-very-good when it comes to creating robust, secure passwords. If you’ve ever used your significant other’s birthday, your birthday, the ...

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28 Blackwell Park Lane, Suite 203
Warrenton, VA 20186
(703) 988-7221

Mount Airy

Mount Airy, MD 21771
(240) 200-5777

Charles Town

Charles Town, WV 25414
(304) 305-1505

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Locust Grove, VA 22508
(540) 680-4005

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Manus Dei, Inc. is a Catholic owned Information Technology firm that has been serving businesses, non-profits, schools, and parishes for over 11 years. We view our service to our clients as a source of blessed purpose in our lives because of our belief that we are all called to holiness and that our daily work is a path to sanctity.

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