Tech Tip #37: 4 Steps to Handling Suspicious Emails

Email communication is part of doing business. We do it every day. It is also one of the most common ways ...

Tech Tip #36: Protect Your Android Device from Malware

With the increasing rise of cybercrimes documented this year alone, we wanted to touch base on what you can do as an individual to ...

Tech Tip #35: Become a Google Ninja

With roughly 72% of the worldwide search engine market share, Google is, without a doubt, the de facto online search resource. Over the ...

Tech Tip #34: Develop A Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity Plan

How will you protect your critical business systems and data in the event of a disaster? Businesses large and small generate ...

Tech Tip #33: Strengthen Your Wifi

7 Ways to Boost WiFi Signals & Improve Performance Equipped with a wireless router from your ISP, most WiFi networks are usually fairly efficient. For ...

Tech Tip #32: Use Time Machine to back up your Mac!

Mac Users – Use Time Machine to back up your computer! We harp on backups a lot. Backups are the best way to ensure your ...

Tech Tip #31: Keep Your Cords and Cables in “Good Condition”

Have you ever tried to fix/repair a broken power cable or adapter for an ipad/ipod or a laptop computer? You can do ...

Tech Tip #30: Browser Browsing

It’s hard to believe that the Internet has been with us for two decades now. Back in the day, websites were simple, ...

Tech Tip #29: Picture it! Use Snipping Tool to take a Screenshot!

Ever wish you could show someone exactly what you’re looking at? Perhaps you’ve got an error message on your screen and you’re ...

Tech Tip #28: Why we moved to the cloud

Why are so many businesses moving to the cloud? It’s because cloud computing increases efficiency, helps improve cash flow and offers many more ...