Is it Really Microsoft Calling You?

Most people have encountered a tech support scam at some point in their lives.  Scammers will often pose as technicians from Microsoft, telling you there are viruses on your computer that can only be removed if you pay X amount of money. If given the opportunity, these scammers will take control of your computer remotely,…

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Strong Security Starts With Strong Passwords

We have been thinking a lot about client security lately. When we came across this blog series about passwords, we knew we had to share it with all our clients. It’s all too easy to think passwords are a nuisance—when really they’re essential to keeping your data and your business safe. If you use the…

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Update to Windows 10 Before It’s Too Late

Do you like feeling secure? Do you own a small business? Do you still use Windows 7? If you answered yes to any of these questions, keep reading… Microsoft Will No Longer Support Windows 7 Microsoft announced that they will no longer be releasing security updates or patches for Windows 7. They use the term…

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Guide for Black Friday Computer Shopping

Shopping for a computer during Black Friday can be very overwhelming. It can be hard to tell if the deals are a good value for what you are getting. It’s also important to think about the longevity of the device. These reasons are why we’ve put together a comprehensive guide to help you get the most out of your purchase this Black Friday!

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7 Steps To Going Paperless

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Whether it’s at home or within a business setting, paper clutter accumulates fast. Not only is it an eyesore, but it undermines any organization tactics you may be trying to implement. As I write this article, my mind jumps to some of the filing I need to do at home. Hey, we’re all guilty of…

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5 Ways To Use A Tablet

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There still might be some applications within your life were a tablet fits in. However, there aren’t many. My suggestion to you if you are thinking about getting a table, take a mindful look into your lifestyle and try to picture if you would actually use one. You don’t want to invest money, however much or little, into something you would rarely use.

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Ways to Implement New Technology into Your Business

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The first step in using new technology in your business is to pinpoint certain areas within your company where it’s needed, and start small. Then do your research to see if there is a certain software, device, or app that could expedite your workflow. It might make sense to take advantage of the free tools out there so that you don’t invest in something that won’t be useful to you. If you end up loving it, you can always go bigger.

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Identity Theft

Identity theft blog

Computer viruses are extremely common these days, leaving many people vulnerable to attacks. There are different types of viruses, called malware, that the hacker will use to retrieve your personal information. These attacks can leave have many different consequences.

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What is VoIP?

VoIP blog

With VoIP or telecom, you can direct your phone calls through your internet connection, rather than your phone company. It’s easy to transition to a VoIP system, and with its low start-up costs, combined with low maintenance fees, and mobility almost anyone can benefit.

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