Tech Tip #71: Protect Your Business From Scareware

Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf? Little Red Riding Hood was skipping through her normal web routine and clicked on ...

Tech Tip #70: Back Up Your Browser Bookmarks

Out of all of the data that is processed and stored by a web browser, our collection of bookmarks/favorites ...

Tech Tip #69: Secure Your Network

In today's cyber age, there is no room for mistakes. Ransomware, and other forms Cybercrime are so prevalent that no company, no matter the size, is safe. Employee negligence, and unpredictable natural disasters are also a threat, so what can ...

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 ...