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It’s World Backup Day… are you backing up your data CORRECTLY?

Happy World Backup Day!  That’s right, March 31st is now considered World Backup Day, where everyone is encouraged to backup their precious important documents and memories.  There is even a pledge that folks are encouraged to say: THE WORLD BACKUP DAY … Continue reading

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Malware is on the Upswing in 2015!

A Panda Security article dated November 24, 2014 stated this: “Malware figures beat records with more than 20 million new samples identified in the third quarter of the year.” And we haven’t seen any type of slowdown so far in … Continue reading

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How Email Scams Can Cost Your Business Quickly

In January of this year, the FBI reported that email scams cost businesses $215 MILLION in the previous 14 months!   These scams typcially start when business executives or employees have their email accounts hijacked through either weak passwords, phishing attempts … Continue reading

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10 Ways IT Can Hit the Ground Running

A new year is upon us and that means new resolutions and new goals to help move your business ahead this year.  This article from Tech Republic highlights 10 ways your IT department can help get your business moving in the … Continue reading

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Five Password Rules for Your Users

Weak employee passwords could be putting your business at risk for a cyber attack.  It’s true, as in any aspect of life, most hackers will choose the path of least resistance… which typically means, a weak password that can easily be … Continue reading

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iPad Apps to Ease Your Last-Minute Summer Travel

With the new school year lurking just around the corner, many of you may be headed out for one last trip before summer is officially over.  We’ve found a slide show article from IT Business Edge that features the Top … Continue reading

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Worst Data Breach Incidents of 2012…so far

According to the Identity Theft Resource Center, there have been 189 significant data breaches so far in 2012, totaling about 13.73 million records exposed from January to June.  And with the recent security breach of popular social media site LinkedIn, … Continue reading

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Preventing Mobile Malware Attacks

Mobile malware is now very much a reality and a growing threat. The appeal to cyber criminals targeting mobile devices has increased significantly. Much of the time malware can end up on a mobile device and an end user may not … Continue reading

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Looking to Move Email to the Cloud?

More and more business owners are considering moving email to the cloud in order to drive down IT costs, but some remain hesitant about the process.  According to an article in CIO magazine, email is arguably one of the easiest apps to … Continue reading

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Ten Security Tips for iPhones and iPads

In today’s world our mobile devices are our new best friends.  We can’t leave the house without them, we enter all of our important dates and reminders in them, we connect to our social groups by them, and we even … Continue reading

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