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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How to Win Against Your E-Mail Inbox

Jul 7, 2015

If you’re anything like me, you’re used to facing down your e-mail inbox like others face down dragons. When you’re up against a crowded inbox, it’s hard to know where to get started (or even find the energy). Have faith. It is possible to go from packed to clutter-free. The first step is to set…

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Top 3 Office 365 Transition Pains

Jun 23, 2015

We get a lot of questions about Office 365. Clients ask us about it. Friends, families, and neighbors ask us about it. Sometimes our doctors ask us about it. If someone who knows us hasn’t asked yet, we know it’s only a matter of time… Or that they live under a rock. And we’re happy…

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Why You Need Backups for Your Backups

May 15, 2015

It’s 10:00 on a Thursday night. You’re in bed when you get a phone call. A pipe burst at your office, and there’s been some flooding. Your server room was affected, and now you need to recover your data. That’s what a backup is for. No problem, right? That’s not always the case. “34% of…

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Don’t Take the Bait — Practice Link Safety – Hyperlink Best Practices

Feb 24, 2012

The Internet is full of friendly people. There are Nigerian princes who want to give us a piece of their oil fortunes, in exchange for some basic bank account information, or long-lost relatives coming out of the woodwork to wire us multi-million dollar inheritances. To say nothing of the generosity of strangers: just the other…

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The Cost of Data Re-Creation and Data Recovery — And Yes, We Can Help

Jan 27, 2012

As I was working on some new marketing materials this week, I came across some interesting information on the cost to re-create data that had been lost due to either a data backup failure or the absence of a sufficient data backup solution. Data is the lifeblood of modern business, and the rate at which…

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New Year, New Password

Jan 10, 2012

January is here, and we’re two weeks into the New Year. As we resolve to visit the gym, eat healthy and improve our finances, it’s also an ideal time to consider our digital life and ensure that we are taking all the necessary precautions to make sure that our data is safe and protected from…

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Email A Networking File Via Hyperlink Without Attachment

Dec 9, 2011

Often, when we need to send a file to a co-worker or friend we attach the file to an email message. Instead of attaching the file and unnecessarily consuming storage space within the user’s email inbox, it’s easy to create a hyperlink in an Outlook email message that will allow the recipient to open the…

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How To Remove Dust & Air Bubbles From Your Mobile Device Screen Protector

Aug 4, 2010

With smartphones, iPads, and other electronic devices costing hundreds, and sometimes thousands, of dollars, many people buy screen protectors to keep their new gadgets clean and scratch-free. If dust gets trapped in between the screen and the protector, however, it can be a big distraction. You find yourself looking at all the dust particles instead…

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