Tech Tip #12: 4 Things You Must Do To Protect QuickBooks

Does your business run on QuickBooks? Many businesses do – it can handle all your accounting tasks in an easy to use ...

Tech Tip #11: Windows Shortcuts

Most Windows programs and applications have extensive top menu bars that allow us to manipulate and control what we want our system ...

Tech Tip #10: Scheduling Outlook Out of Office Replies

Most of us that have used email in a personal or work capacity have used Microsoft Outlook. Many of us have used ...

Tech Tip #9: Virus Protection

Make sure your virus protection is ALWAYS on AND up-to-date! Start protecting yourself and your business TODAY by calling us at (512) ...

Tech Tip #8: How to share your Outlook Calendar

Do you work with someone who needs to see your calendar? If you have an Exchange account, it’s easy ...

Tech Tip #7: Is It Time To Move To The Cloud?

Do You “Love” Spending Money On Servers, Backup Devices And IT Upgrades? (If Not, Maybe It’s Time To Move To The Cloud) As hurtful as it feels to us, we know that no one likes spending money on IT. Sure, ...

Tech Tip #6: Become a Desktop Theme Wizard

This week’s tech tip is really not so much a tech tip as a virtual quality of life tip. How many ...

Tech Tip #5: Make Sure Your Backups Are Encrypted

If you DON’T have encryption, you are opening yourself up to a BIG risk of your identity and other important ...

Tech Tip #4: How to identify and avoid phishing attempts

After hearing about the many Amazon scam attempts over the holiday season, and with tax season (and the inevitable wave of IRS impersonators ...

Tech Tip #3: Use a Strong Password

With the rise in identity theft in the US, why do we still not keep our most valuable passwords safe ...