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Going from the network to the cloud
Going from the network to the cloud Is your IT network fit to power your business—reliably and without interruption? Everything your business needs to operate is shifting to the cloud, and the network is your vital gateway… Read More
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How and when to use SharePoint, OneDrive and Microsoft Teams
How and when to use SharePoint, OneDrive and Microsoft Teams We have many clients using Microsoft 365 and are often asked how and when to use SharePoint, OneDrive and Microsoft Teams (Teams) for storing, editing and sharing files. Here, we… Read More
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Cloud Computing and Working From Home (WFH)
Cloud Computing and Working From Home (WFH) As anyone knows, no amount of planning can predict unexpected setbacks. The shutdown due to COVID-19 has created a shift in culture for the business world that will have a… Read More
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Keep hackers out of your home network and files
Keep hackers out of your home network and files Like most of us, you keep important documents, timeless photos, contacts, favorite music and videos, etc. stored on your computer, not to mention using it to access your financial accounts/portfolios,… Read More
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Securing your smart home and IoT devices
Securing your smart home and IoT devices When it comes to your family’s safety and protecting them from intruders, you should also guard your home network from criminals; cyber criminals that is. Like most people, you likely… Read More
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Are you using autofill passwords and forms in your browser? Convenient, yes. Good idea, no.
Are you using autofill passwords and forms in your browser? Convenient, yes. Good idea, no. There are billions using the internet, and many web browsers offer the option to store usernames and passwords to gain access to applicable websites so credentials will automatically be entered. Read More
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Understanding tech support scams
Understanding tech support scams It happens all too often. You get an expected call from a computer technician (it may start with someone pretending to be with Microsoft, Google, Apple, Norton or McAfee), see… Read More
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What to do if you use Windows 7 after January 14, 2020
What to do if you use Windows 7 after January 14, 2020 What to do if you use Windows 7 after January 14, 2020 You are not alone if you feel Windows 7 has been Microsoft’s best operating system to date. There… Read More
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Ransomware – What to do when you are attacked
Ransomware – What to do when you are attacked Ransomware Attack “Ransomware is defined as vicious malware that locks users out of their devices or blocks access to files until a sum of money or ransom is paid. Ransomware… Read More
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In the rising wave of data breaches, learn how to protect your personal information
In the rising wave of data breaches, learn how to protect your personal information In today’s times, everywhere you turn, there’s another data breach announced. If it’s not you, it is someone you know, a mega-company or institute, or worse yet, somewhere you have… Read More
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