Your hardware, software, and internet connection shape your computing experience. The last essential piece of the puzzle? The monitor you use. The first thing you need to consider is what you'll be using the monitor for most. Gamers will have differe...
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Technology is everywhere, yet we don't always understand it. When things go wrong or get challenging, we turn to IT Services for help, but it's becoming difficult for businesses to hire internal IT support staff. Here's why and what to do about it.&n...
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Generally, we like to make the argument that nothing about your small business is too small. We do say it a lot in relation to cybersecurity — no size of business is immune. Yet, there is the chance your IT budget is too small. Consider these indicat...
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When you see the letters ZTNA, you may not immediately think cybersecurity, but you should, as those letters stand for zero-trust network access. This article explains what ZTNA is and why it is advisable for securing remote access. Globally, work en...
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Huntington Volvo? Rowe Subaru? What will your hilarious quiz results be when you enter your fourth-grade teacher's name and first model of car? You may think it's silly entertainment … until it isn't. Many fun social media questionnaires ar...
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Hollywood would have us believe that cyberattacks are elaborately planned and use expensive, sophisticated tools developed by James Bond's tech guru, Q. Yet in real life, most hacks are nothing like that. Cybercriminals often simply fool a human to g...
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The risk of a cyberattack is still growing globally, and no business is too small to hack or breach. It's important to plan for business continuity and disaster recovery and to do so in advance so you're prepared for the worst. But first, you'll need...
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When you've upgraded to a new computer, the old one is a bit of an albatross. You paid good money for that desktop or laptop, and you want to continue to see a return on investment. Plus, disposing of that technology feels wasteful. It's not as if a ...
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There are many acronyms in the IT world. Two common ones are SaaS and MSP, which stand for software-as-a-service and managed service provider, respectively. The bigger question is what the differences are between these two and why you would need one ...
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You'll know if you're a victim of ransomware. Often you're met with a red screen telling you your business files are encrypted. You won't be able to do anything on the computer, although the cybercriminals will provide helpful instructions for how to...
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Your business may not be supplying oil to the United States, and you may not even be in the critical infrastructure business, but don't think that means ransomware can't happen to you, too. This article shares lessons learned from a headline-grabbing...
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The employee surrounded by teetering stacks of paper is less common today. What with the move to digital technology, we're all doing more online. Yet some businesses remain true to traditional processes, passing documents around the office. You could...
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