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Tech Tip: Don’t Download Anything Without Checking First

Free apps come with a price: security. These applications are known for security vulnerabilities and hacks.

Business Ins & Outs: Bagelry, Cafe, Chocolatier, Deck for Milano

Coming soon to Georgetown (pending some approvals) are: Call Your Mother, La Jolie Bleue, L.A. Burdick and Cafe Milano's new deck.

Tech Tip: Do Online Banking? Read This …

Never access your online account with a PC or a device that you use to log in to social media sites or free email accounts (like Hotmail) or to surf the web.

If Certified, D.C.’s 2020 Budget Would Benefit Georgetown

Among the increases benefiting Ward 2 in the budget, according to the mayor’s office, is $74.2 million dedicated to fully modernize the Francis-Stevens Education Campus on 2425 N St. NW and 2130 G St. NW. 

Tech Tip: Keep Staff From Unintentionally Causing a Data Breach

With so many access points — from cell phones to laptops to home computers — how can anyone hope to keep their network safe from hackers, viruses and other unintentional security breaches?

Georgetown BID Celebrates 20 Years

The presentation at the June 11 event listed the top three game changers: the C&O Canal, reconstructing and programming alleys and establishing Georgetown as an interactive public arts destination.

More Residential, Less Retail for 3220 Prospect

The new project calls for a six-story building with some setbacks, containing about 50 condominium units and about 5,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space.

Tech Tip: Retrieving Data Once It’s Been Deleted

When a file is deleted, it usually isn’t deleted immediately. The file is hidden away, only to be replaced and overwritten by new files.

Metro Station Closures in Virginia Derail Commutes

While Metro has offered shuttles and promoted other public transportation services as alternatives, many commuters’ travel times have doubled; some have even reported roundtrip times of up to five hours.

31st St. Bridge to Close for 18 Months

While local traffic and limited parking for residents will continue north and south of the bridge, the stretch of 31st Street NW from K to M Streets will be closed to vehicular traffic through the summer of 2020.