Month: January 2017

How to Stop Email Phishing in Your Business

When asked to think of a relaxing, enjoyable activity, many business professionals speak of fishing. Whether their stories are of sitting on a dock with friends or going on a deep-sea fishing excursion, the stress of the workday seems to dissipate at the very mention of the activity. Email phishing, however, although pronounced the same, is a very different type of activity that can send you an...

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Why Your Business Needs Cyber Security

Last year saw no shortage of data breaches, and many information security firms say that 2017 will be no different. According to IT News, business will face four key global security threats in the coming year.   Top security threats businesses will face include: Supercharged connectivity and the Internet of Things will bring unmanaged risks. Gigabit connectivity is on the way, and it wi...

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Common IT Issues That Can Break the Bank

It’s bad enough when something goes wrong with your technology, but it’s even worse if the problem costs a lot of money to fix. It’s always important for businesses to stay on top of technology upgrades or safety measures, as security breaches are always costly. One common IT issue is a problem with your hardware or software. You should make sure your system doesn’t need any repairs, ...

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Top 5 Underrated Microsoft Announcements of 2016

As we begin the new year, it’s time to look back on what happened in the tech industry in 2016. Microsoft had several announcements that were big, and several that flew under the radar. Here are the top five underrated Microsoft announcements of 2016. First up was Microsoft’s announcement about new bot tools to help build conversation partners. It has outlined a vision for a conversational ...

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What to Do When You Have a Ransomware Threat

Protecting your computer and technology from viruses, malware and spyware is an important part of keeping your business safe. Recently, ransomware has become the newest threat to infect users. Ransomware is a type of virus or malware that could prevent you from accessing your system. Once you’re infected, the only ways to get your system back are to either pay a fee to the hacker or recover i...

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