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Cybercriminals are coming for your business. Here are 5 simple ways to keep them out

Now, more than ever is it crucial to elevate the cybersecurity measures at your company. Small businesses have been easy prey for cybercriminals during the pandemic. A shift to remote work meant hackers had their pick of unsecured home networks and devices. Now, as many businesses move back to in-office work, it’s likely the transition […]

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5 IT choices that can immediately counter climate change

Building a green business is an important goal – but it doesn’t have to be purely altruistic. On average, environmentally-friendly businesses save more money, are more productive and have better overall reputations. In fact, 88% of consumers say they want businesses to be more environmental and ethical. It’s actually the basis for most of their purchasing decisions, […]

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Maximize Microsoft Teams with these top productivity tricks

This past year solidified that digital collaboration and communication tools are critical for any modern business. As the global workforce went remote, organizations looking to get ahead of the digital curve largely turned to Microsoft Teams to stay connected and productive. The collaboration app nearly doubled its number of daily active users over the last 12 months, […]

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Not Much to Smile About

SmileDirectClub (SDC) is a business that offers teledentistry services throughout the world.  They produce and sell transparent retainers that fix crooked teeth in the way that traditional braces work.  With 60-75% of people in need of their services, they are poised for long term success, with a large audience of potential patients.  Sure, there is […]

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Updating Software

It’s that little alert on your desktop.  The “upgrades available” indicator when you check your computer.  Or when your smartphone tells you that it’s going to update later while you’re sleeping, and you defer it to another time.  What if you miss an email or a text?  Nah, you don’t need to do that update, […]

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Normalizing Breaches

In August of 2019, Facebook was the victim of a data breach that compromised information from 533 million people from 106 different countries.  Why is this in the news now?  Because the breach was addressed in a recent email from Facebook management, and that email was accidentally sent to a Belgium-based news outlet and, in that email, […]

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Lost, stolen or hacked: Preventing the worst of the worst

Our devices house our entire lives. From finances to family photos they’re the keepers of our past, present and future. Even the thought of someone gaining unauthorized access is enough to set off alarm bells. When it comes to protecting your devices, sometimes the best offense is a good defense. Follow these seven steps to […]

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