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Oct
09

LetMeIn101: How the Bad Guys Get Your Password

Passwords are essential to your cybersafety. You know it, but if you're like the rest of the digital society, you probably have dozens of passwords to remember. It's a lot. So, you might take shortcuts. Taking advantage of your laissez-faire attitude is one way bad guys access your passwords. Incredibly, there are still people out there using "pass...
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Oct
09

5 Best Practices for Buying Technology for Employees

Buying technology for personal use can be exciting once you get past the price tag. Yet there are many factors to consider when investing in technology for employee use. There are many digital tools available to improve the day-to-day way people do their jobs. Providing the right tech can increase productivity, streamline processes, and improve emp...
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Oct
02

Are You Doing Your IT Due Diligence?

The words "due diligence" may make you think of a courtroom drama on television. Surely, that's something only lawyers have to worry about? Not so fast. Due diligence is something your business can be doing, too. Are you covering the basics? Due diligence is about taking care and being cautious in doing business. It extends to how you manage your t...
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Sep
25

Security Patches — The Better Way to Update

Updates often come at the worst moment. You go to shut down your laptop to rush to a meeting, and you get a "Windows is updating. Do not power off" message. Argh! Or you leave your desktop to go to a meeting and come back to find your computer has restarted in your absence. Those unexpected bug fixes and performance improvements lost you all your u...
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Sep
23

Does Mesh Wi-Fi Make Sense in Your Home?

Wi-Fi is a top contender for a technology most of us rely upon. After all, Wi-Fi often provides our wireless high-speed internet and network connections. Without Wi-Fi we'd be stuck watching another reality TV show on a cable-connected device. We couldn't work from wherever we wanted in our homes. Gulp, the horror! Well, just when you were becoming...
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Sep
18

The Dark Web and Its Impact on Your Business

Business owners today know the internet is not only a force for good. Some people exploit the Web for ill intent. They congregate on the Dark Web, and small businesses need to understand the risks. What is the Dark Web? You and your employees spend time daily on the Web. They're researching clients, checking out competitors, and searching for infor...
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Sep
11

Making technology another target for continuous improvement

Your Business likely talks a lot about continuous improvement. It's everyone's goal, right?Yet "Set it and forget it" is a common approach to handling business technology. Here's why IT needs your ongoing attention too.  Your competition is increasing, and it can feel as if it is doing so exponentially. Why? There are lower barriers to entry i...
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Sep
09

Facebook is for Sharing, Not Storing

When was the last time you held an actual photo album or actual prints of photographs in your hands? Maybe you look back at older photographs only when Facebook's TimeHop app reminds you of a pic from five years ago. If so, you may be risking your visual history. Facebook is a great way to share photos with friends and family around the world. You ...
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Sep
04

To Backup or To Archive? ’Tis The Question

Hamlet worried about whether to be or not. You may be more preoccupied with whether backup or archiving is better for your business. You know you need to secure your data, but how? This article examines the different benefits of both options. Back in the day, businesses kept important information on paper. They stored important records and notes in...
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Aug
29

Failure is Not an Option: Getting Rid of Single Points of Failure

You might think that your business is going to be OK even if a single device goes down. After all, there are other devices your people can use. It's not as if the entire system is going to fall like dominoes. Or is it? Get rid of single points of failure to make one vulnerability doesn't take down your network. A single point of failure (SPOF) can ...
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Aug
27

Why You Need Professional Virus Removal

"Your computer has a virus." Such a dreaded five words! We don't want to come down with a human virus; we'll feel awful and miss work. But when a virus hits our computer, we could lose valuable information or be vulnerable to attack. Chicken soup won't cut it. Perhaps you have an antivirus product installed on your computer. This computer software ...
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Aug
21

Are You Due? What to Do When You Get a Renewal Notice

Your business relies on any number of service providers. You're likely contracting for domain names, website hosting, data backup, software licenses, to name just a few. And that's only your online presence! So, when a renewal notice comes in, you might just forward it on or file it away for future reference. Here's what you should be doing instead...
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Aug
14

6 Target Areas to Reduce IT Costs

Your business is always looking to reduce costs. Looking at the information technology budget line items is headache inducing. So much money spent in one area, and there's so little you can do about it! But is that really true? IT expenses may not be as fixed as you think. Take a look at these target areas where you might reduce costs. #1 Software ...
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Aug
06

How to Destroy Data Properly

When we accidentally delete something, it feels like the end of the world. If a client file or new presentation is deleted, you may have to start again. Oh no! Yet deleting files is not as permanent as you may think. When it comes to destroying data properly, you'll want to take a more thorough approach. Deleting items, or "trashing" them, doesn't ...
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Aug
06

5 Common Computer Myths Debunked

Common urban myths would have us believe alligators live in sewers or people put razor blades in kids' candy. Common misconceptions about computers are just as persistent. Here are several IT myths debunked for your benefit. #1 A slow-running computer has a virus A virus can be to blame. Spyware or other malware can also cause a computer to slow do...
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Jul
31

Locking Up Cybersecurity with a Managed Services Provider

Cybercrime is not the most costly of illegal activities. That dubious distinction goes to government corruption, followed by drug trafficking. Cybercrime comes in third. Yet cybercrime does take the top spot when it comes to numbers of victims. A managed services provider can help. Cybercrime has hundreds of millions of victims. Two-thirds of peopl...
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Jul
24

Why Computer Repair Is Best Left to Experts

Many of us have one solution to try when something goes wrong with our computers: turn it off and back on again. When that doesn't work, we panic: "How am I supposed to do anything?" People often turn to a friend or family member for help in the moment. But computer repair is better left to experts. Calling tech support (if that's an option) can be...
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Jul
17

Handle with Care: Sending Data Securely

In our digital economy, we send and receive information quickly online. The Internet offers immediate communication with colleagues, clients, vendors, and other strategic partners. Yet we shouldn't prioritize convenience over data security. What data do you send in a day's worth of emails? Sensitive data you send might include: personally identifia...
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Jul
10

Are You Sick of Ongoing IT Issues?

Like a persistent cough or muscle strain that won't go away, many IT issues prove ongoing. Every time they come back you think about getting an expert's opinion. Then, the cough fades, you can walk freely again, or your computers are back up and running. You keep on going. Until the next time. If you're sick of ongoing issues with your IT, look to ...
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Jul
10

Island Hopping: Not Always a Good Thing

The phrase "island hopping" conjures up positive images. You might think of cruising beautiful sandy beaches on a tour of tropical islands. Too bad cybercriminals have given the term a new, less pleasant spin. Island hopping is an increasingly popular method of attacking businesses. In this approach, the cybercriminal targets a business indirectly....
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