Securing Your Company’s Email: Tips for Preventing Email-Based Cyber Threats
With 90 percent of all cyberattacks now using emails as a means to breach organizations andsteal data, it’s essential to have strong business email cyber ...
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How Safe are Security Cameras? Wireless VS Wired Cameras
Although Wi-Fi enabled cameras can quickly turn your office space or home into an affordable fortress of surveillance, cameras without proper security settings increase your ...
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Protecting Your Pot of Gold | Tips for Securing Cryptocurrency
No matter if you’re searching for four-leaf clovers or wearing green hats, St. Patrick’s Day always brings a feeling of luck. Like leprechauns hiding the ...
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CD Projekt Red Breached | How to Protect Your Data
In 2020, one in four cyberattacks were the result of ransomware: a network  hijack capable of locking business out of crucial data for weeks on ...
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Microsoft Teams Features to Love
With over 4.3 million individuals working remotely on a part-time or full-time basis in the early months of 2021, it’s safe to say that one ...
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Essential Password Security | Part Three | Video Series So far in this video series, we’ve given you ground rules for better passwords and told you which ones to memorize. Now it’s time ...
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BCC: How To Send Emails to Large Groups Without Giving Away Your Address Book

Jan 20, 2017

Have you ever received an email and winced when you saw the email addresses of about 25 other executives in the recipient line? For those of you who have been the ones sending those emails, sending one mass email to everyone instead of many individual ones is certainly the fastest and most efficient way to…

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Upsurge in Phishing Activities: Don’t Take the Bait!

Dec 16, 2016

We’ve recently seen an increase in sophisticated phishing e-mails that could have resulted in significant financial loss. To help you detect the attempt before taking the bait, we’ve pulled a great article from our archives and updated it for your benefit. The Internet is full of friendly people. There are Nigerian princes who want to give…

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How to Free Up Space on Your Computer

Nov 4, 2016

Your computer is running slower, booting it up is now taking long enough for you to get yourself another cup of coffee, and then you see it. A message on your computer warning you that you’re running out of disk space. When this happens, it’s time to free up space on your computer.

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Getting the Best Flight Price Online

Oct 21, 2016

In the time before online booking, before you could skim through flights on your phone and get text alerts for check-in times, you had to schedule flights and check availability either through your travel agent or through the airline directly. Think double-booking seats is a problem now?  There was no guarantee you’d be able to…

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Selecting a Personal Backup Solution

Sep 16, 2016

We all agree that backups for your business are mission critical (and if you don’t, you should head over to my previous article on backups). But when it comes to shelling out for a personal backup system or finding the right solution for your household, it just doesn’t go as high on your priority list…

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Top 3 Mistakes People Make When Outsourcing IT

Sep 7, 2016

Does this sound familiar? Your IT company offers you an agreement that lowers their accountability and increases your exposure. The limited bank of included support hours, trip charges, and a long-term contract protect them, not you. Some IT companies engage with you in a way designed to serve their best interests, not yours. Learn how…

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Your Definitive Guide to Computer Cable Types

Aug 23, 2016

At first glance, most computer cables look pretty similar. When you’re not familiar with each cord, it can be easy to mix them up. So we’ve compiled a guide to common cables you should know along with their differences and their uses, all in one place! HDMI – High-Definition Multimedia Interface Your HDMI (high-definition multimedia…

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Five Ways to Get into Fifth Gear in the Office

Jul 8, 2016

At Rocket IT, we’ve adopted the Five Gears practice created by our friends at GiANT Worldwide to help us communicate better with each other in the office. If you’re not familiar with the tool, the five gears represent different modes any one of us is in at any point throughout the day. Each gear represents…

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How to Delete and Turn Off Your Phone’s Audio Search History

Jul 1, 2016

With Android and Apple recording and filing every voice search and audio command you make, it can feel a little bit too much like Big Brother is always watching. Of course, unless you turn off Google Now and Siri completely, Android and Apple will probably still have those files for data collection to improve their…

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Seven Password Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Jun 15, 2016

A different security breach hits the headlines on an almost daily basis. While you may not be too concerned about the safety of your LinkedIn profile after a quick password reset, you may still be committing some of the most common password mistakes. We’re sure your password is more secure than “password” (especially after our…

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