Weak Cybersecurity Costs Home Depot $179 Million

A security breach at Home Depot has left 50 million customers exposed to cyber criminals. Everyone is at risk of cybercrime and deserves adequate protection. After weaknesses in Home Depot’s cyber security in 2014 exposed over 50 million customer’s personal information to criminals, the retailer has been forced to pay around $179 million in damages […]

Wisdom Wednesday: Sifting Through Spam: Understanding The Dangers Of Junk Mail

Every day, businesses and individuals send over 205 billion emails all over the world. Though many of these messages contain valuable information, a significant portion of them are spam. Receiving or sending spam exposes your business to a variety of risks, including: Ruined Reputations Many firms are unaware that their email accounts have been compromised, […]

Twitter Tactics: 6 Tips To Attract Followers For Your Firm

Through efficient use of hashtags, networks, and other Twitter features, you can use tweets to bring valuable attention to your brand Brevity isn’t just the soul of wit; it’s also the heart of an effective tweet! Though many firms are loathed to use Twitter because of its strict character limits, those limits are what makes […]

5 Ways Clipboard Email Creator Can Organize Your Information

Clipboard creator works in Microsoft applications to give you an easier way organize the information you’ve copied and pasted, but it can also be used to clean up and straighten out your Inbox too. When you think about all the information that you receive on a daily basis, it can be overwhelming for anyone to […]

6 Keyboard Shortcuts You Have to Learn Today

Keyboard shortcuts can help you feel more efficient by shaving off a few seconds on everyday computer tasks, but the sheer amount can be overwhelming to users. Master these 6 and go from there.   Have you ever found it easier to hit control + C instead of right clicking and selecting Copy? If so, […]

Weekly Tech Tip: Create a mobile device action plan

Mobile devices can create significant security and management challenges, especially if they hold confidential information or can access the corporate network. Require users to password protect their devices, encrypt their data, and install security apps to prevent criminals from stealing information while the phone is on public networks. Be sure to set reporting procedures for […]

5 Outlook Shortcuts to Streamline Your Emails, Schedule and Tasks

Outlook shortcuts don’t require you to memorize a thousand commands. By mastering a few key shortcuts, you can save several minutes to get more done at work. Most office workers are used to the quirks of Microsoft Outlook, but many may not know just how much it can do (and just how quickly it can […]

Why You’re Losing Money If You Don’t Have Office 365

Microsoft Office 365 is a trusted solution for businesses of all sizes, but some professionals are hesitant to relinquish their data. See why security isn’t the problem when it comes to hosting your own exchange server.   Microsoft has dominated office software for years, making it a measured way to keep communication going and ensure […]

Weekly Tech Tip: Control physical access to computers and network components

Prevent access or use of business computers by unauthorized individuals. Laptops can be particularly easy targets for theft or can be lost, so lock them up when unattended. Make sure a separate user account is created for each employee and require strong passwords. Administrative privileges should only be given to trusted IT staff and key […]

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