Invest Well in Your IT Security

“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” is a common and useful rule for many business owners.  It serves to protect your business against unnecessary costs and unneeded downtime.  While protecting your business against many types of danger, it poses…
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Quick Tip No. 31

Windows 10- For easy searching in Windows 10, open the start menu and type the name of the document you are searching for.
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Keep Your Firmware Safe and Secure

Most of us can differentiate between hardware and software. But how many know what firmware refers to? More importantly, is your business securing its firmware against security vulnerabilities? Your business knows it needs to keep its operating systems (OSs) up…
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Disk Encryption Protects Your Personal Computers

Always wanted to feel like a secret agent? Well, here’s your chance! Did you know you can encrypt your hard drive to protect the data on your computer? This is a good way to secure your information, whether at home…
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Quick Tip No. 30

Security-Remember if its to good to be true, it probably is! Hackers will use all kinds of tricks to make you part with your money or personal Information.
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Get Your IT Ready for Christmas Shopping

Christmas shopping will have a new look this year. Many retailers are closing their brick-and-mortar doors for Black Friday, and the big “doorbuster” sales are moving online. With the busiest shopping period of the year going virtual, there’s going to…
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Quick Tip No. 29

Security- Never write your passwords down. Always keep your PC locked and never plug in an unknown USB drive.
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5 Benefits of Windows Virtual Desktop for Businesses

The days of doing all our work in the office are gone for most businesses. There are clients to meet, conferences to attend, and roadshows to run. Employees are often on the move, and they want to work fully, wherever…
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Quick Tip No. 28

Regularly cleaning and maintaining your printer are essential in ensuring it continues printing high-quality documents for a long time. The difference between leaving your printer on or turning it off is generally insignificant in terms of energy costs. For healthier…
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Need Home IT Help? Try Residential Managed Services

Maybe you used to be able to troubleshoot your own technology, or had a tech-savvy family member or friend who could help out in a pinch. But now that home computing has become more essential, you may be feeling overwhelmed.…
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Facing the Five Top Cloud Computing Fears

The public cloud service market is growing. Software, infrastructure, desktop, and other service numbers are all on the rise. Yet some businesses are still holding back from migrating to the cloud. This article addresses common resistance to this highly scalable…
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Quick Tip No. 27

Ctrl+F4 is a shortcut key most often used to close a tab or window within a program. If you want to close all tabs and windows and the program use the Alt+F4
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Don’t be tricked this Halloween-5 Red Flags Of Phishing Emails

A single click can be the difference between maintaining data security and suffering massive financial losses. From the moment just one employee takes the bait in a phishing email, your business is vulnerable to data breaches and extensive downtime. Quickly…
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How Microsoft Intune Can Benefit Your Business

The use of mobile devices is becoming standard in business. Smartphones and tablets have taken their place as tools your employees want to use. Whether for communication or collaboration, expect people to have mobile devices at hand. To make this…
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Do More with Microsoft Forms

There are millions of Microsoft 365 users globally. Businesses rely on the software to power email, drive productivity, and connect to colleagues. Forms is another great tool for users of Microsoft 365. In April 2020, Office 365 became Microsoft 365.…
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Quick Tip No. 26

Windows Snapping- Pressing the Window Key + the left or right arrow keys will make the selected window snap to each side of the monitor.
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6 Never Dos for Your Work Computer

Nobody likes to be told what they can’t do. Still, there are certain never dos that you should keep in mind when it comes to your work computer. This article captures the top six things you should avoid doing on…
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Quick Tip No. 25

Only do your online banking and shopping from a device and network you own and trust.
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