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Feb
10

Healthcare Providers Must Prepare for IT Disasters

 Healthcare professionals regularly handle the worst. Whether its broken bones, horrible abscesses, disease, or death, but that doesn't mean they're ready for all that can cripple their technology. In 2011, one of the deadliest tornadoes in U.S. history destroyed a large medical centre in southwest Missouri. Fortunately, the regional hospital ...
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Feb
03

Less Common Cyberattacks for Accountants

Check the news any given day and you might see a report about hackers accomplishing a data breach, or of a ransomware attack encrypting all company data until it pays up. These are the well-known types of cyberattack, but there are less common cyberthreats accountants should be aware of, as well. There is almost a malware malaise now. You've heard ...
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Dec
09

That’s So 2010: Why Upgrade Your Office Software

 Are you still using Office 2010? It may have served you well over the past decade, but this software reached its end of life in 2020. It's time to upgrade. Here's why and what to consider. Software has a typical life span, after which the manufacturer turns its resources to supporting a more recent release. Support for Office 2010 ended on Oc...
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May
14

Solving Your Work-from-Home Internet Woes

Your internet used to meet your needs. You could check social media and stream a TV show whenever you wanted without trouble. Now, since working from home, you're finding your internet service more frustrating: it's too slow when you want to send and receive large work files, or erratic when you take part in video meetings. Here's help. Blame your ...
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May
14

Tips for Trouble-Free Online Meetings

Online meetings are the new norm for many, but that doesn't mean people magically know how to enjoy a trouble-free online conference experience. These tips can power more successful meetings. Many businesses today are working from home with a reliance on Skype, Microsoft Teams, Google Hangouts, Zoom, or GoToMeeting. But even with these platforms of...
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1144 Hits
Mar
13

Is Your Business’s IT Ready for the Coronavirus?

The Coronavirus is spreading as fast as feared. Business must be ready for the worst. One priority? Protecting the health of employees. Preparing the way for remote working is one top recommendation. News of the virus, which the WHO is now calling COVID-19, has prompted urgent interest in remote work. Business collaboration software, virtual deskto...
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Dec
23

What Is a VPN and Why Do I Need One?

Ever seen a thriller in which someone asks, "is this a secure line?" The good guys or villains want to be sure their conversations can't be overhead. When you get a VPN to connect to the Internet, you're signing up for the online equivalent of a secure line. VPN stands for virtual private network. Put simply, a VPN connects your computer, smartphon...
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Dec
22

Do You Copy? What Can Go Wrong with BCC

Try to find someone who has not "replied all" when meaning to send to only one individual. It's embarrassing and can aggravate those people with more emails flooding their box. Another common email gaffe is misusing the CC and BCC fields in outgoing messages. This mistake can prove costly for business. You'll have noticed those extra fields below t...
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981 Hits
Dec
20

Are You Banking Online Safely?

Banks and credit card companies are making it easier for us to get money on the go. We can check account balances, pay bills, and transfer funds online. We no longer even have to go into a bank or visit an ATM to deposit checks. But are you banking online safely? In the past, all we had to do was protect our PIN number (and remember it). Now, we ne...
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Dec
18

Security or Flexibility: Which Matters More?

Business is all about making tough choices. One such choice is whether to value IT security or business flexibility more. Unfortunately, you can't have the best of both at once. While having absolute security or flexibility may sound good, neither is actually for the best. An entirely secure environment is tough on users, a fully flexible IT enviro...
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Dec
18

Don’t Let Crooks Hijack Your Domain

Doing business today you are as likely to give out your website address as your email or phone number. Your Web domain is your business identity on the internet. Don't risk falling victim to the cyberthreat known as domain hijacking. You build up a business site to represent your brand online. Every bit of content, and all the fonts and images you ...
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515 Hits
Dec
16

Your Equipment Fails – What’s Next?

You invest heavily in information technology. You depend on your equipment to support your business. Then, the equipment fails. It's inevitable. Only cockroaches survive forever. You're left scrambling to find a replacement solution for essential tech. It's a tough place to be, but it can also be an opportunity. When you hear the news that a piece ...
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Dec
11

What is a Firewall, and Why Does It Matter?

Hearing "firewall" in the context of computing can be confusing. How does a tall, blazing fire separating rescue teams from people trapped apply to computers? Well, imagine the rescue team using heavy blasts of water to save the day. A hacker is as motivated to get at your data. They will try everything to bypass your security. They want to get ins...
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495 Hits
Nov
27

Why Your Business Needs Managed Services Security

​Locking your front door after a burglar has already ransacked your house doesn't do much, and the same is true of cybersecurity. With the help of a managed service provider, you can stay ahead of security threats with well-tested, leading-edge technologies. Ransomware, Trojans, crypto mining, and more make the news regularly these days. Businesses...
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Nov
20

Online Scheduling Solves Calendar Challenges

Setting up a meeting or training can be such a headache. You send an email or leave a voicemail with some suggested times, and the other participants respond with completely different times, often within the time window you identified as unavailable. Sigh! The possibilities go back and forth until finally at least a few of you agree. The more peopl...
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504 Hits
Oct
23

Is Your Tech Partner a Team Player?

Business is about relationships. One important relationship today is with a technology partner. This partner will consult on hardware, software, security, and other IT concerns. You can focus on other business priorities, but is your tech partner actually a good team player? There are a lot of businesses that call themselves technology partners. Th...
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544 Hits
Oct
16

4 Common Compliance Issues You Might Be Missing

4 Common Compliance Issues You Might Be Missing Information security is on every business's radar these days. Data drives so much of what we do. Looking to contain the risks, many sectors have established IT compliance regulations. Whether meeting a standard or not, don't overlook these common areas of concern. Governments and regulatory agencies h...
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589 Hits
Oct
09

5 Best Practices for Buying Technology for Employees

Buying technology for personal use can be exciting once you get past the price tag. Yet there are many factors to consider when investing in technology for employee use. There are many digital tools available to improve the day-to-day way people do their jobs. Providing the right tech can increase productivity, streamline processes, and improve emp...
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549 Hits
Oct
02

Are You Doing Your IT Due Diligence?

The words "due diligence" may make you think of a courtroom drama on television. Surely, that's something only lawyers have to worry about? Not so fast. Due diligence is something your business can be doing, too. Are you covering the basics? Due diligence is about taking care and being cautious in doing business. It extends to how you manage your t...
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562 Hits
Sep
25

Security Patches — The Better Way to Update

Updates often come at the worst moment. You go to shut down your laptop to rush to a meeting, and you get a "Windows is updating. Do not power off" message. Argh! Or you leave your desktop to go to a meeting and come back to find your computer has restarted in your absence. Those unexpected bug fixes and performance improvements lost you all your u...
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