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Tech Tip #68: Avoid Spam Emails

Would you just give your bank account information to anyone who called you up and asked for it? Probably ...

Tech Tip #67: Keep Your Product Keys Safe

After a bad Microsoft service patch, we have seen several "Blue Screen of Death" issues causing the computers to continually halt during ...

Tech Tip #66: Remove Unwanted Programs

Remove Unwanted Programs from Windows 10 One of the downsides of Windows 10 is the amount of pre-installed Microsoft applications including, but not limited to: Eclipse Manager, Feedback Hub, Microsoft Solitaire Collection, Mobile Plans, Xbox Live, Code Writer, Duo Lingo ...

Tech Tip #65: Have a Business Continuity Plan in Place

Data is essential for all types of organizations today, so ensuring access to mission critical applications and data following a disaster is critical. However, business continuity and disaster preparedness are about so much more than that. In other words, you ...

Tech Tip #64: Protect Your Identity

What's Your Identity Theft Prevention Strategy? It's that time of year again, time to scramble to get your taxes ...

Tech Tip #63: Don't Rely on Luck

There’s never a need to rely on luck when you’re always prepared! We all have data that needs to be ...

Tech Tip #62: Know Your IP Address

What is an IP address? The technical answer would be that an IP address is a unique string ...

Tech Tip #61: Protect Medical Data

Do You Know How to Protect Medical Data? Businesses that work with medical data are in a tricky ...

Tech Tip #60: Avoid Cheap Chargers

Can Chargers Be Interchanged Between Devices? One of the major benefits of a laptop is the mobility that it ...

Tech Tip #59: 10 Tech Gift Ideas For Your Valentine

At a loss this Valentine’s Day? Does the thought of another bouquet of flowers make your sweetheart yawn? Here are ...

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