Month: January 2023

Most Exciting Microsoft Ignite 2022 App Announcements

If you’re someone that keeps up with Microsoft products, then you might be familiar with Microsoft Ignite. The annual meeting produces a lot of interesting updates and announcements in the world of Microsoft. Let’s go over the most exciting Microsoft Ignite 2022 App Announcements. The most recent conference was held in October of last year….

Cybersecurity Trends We Can Expect to See in 2023

2022 was quite the year for cybersecurity. Both positively and negatively. 2022 saw some of the biggest data breaches, but also some massive steps towards innovation. It’s safe to say this year will only top that in both challenge and opportunity. To prepare ourselves, we put together the cybersecurity trends we can expect to see…

When was the Last Time you had an IT Health Check?

How’s the new year health kick treating you? Are you only focused on your body? Or are you hoping to improve every aspect of your life, including your business? If you are, when was the last time you had an IT health check? Many people want to take their health seriously… At least once a…

Align Your Team with Company Goals

If you work for any company, you often hear the terms “digital transformation” and “collaboration.” But what do they mean? How do they help manage your business goals on a daily basis? And how can you align your team with company goals? Collaboration is not possible when shared goals aren’t set. When departments are isolated…

Hackers Use Google Ads to Spread Malware

Google Ads – They’re good for generating prospects, bringing awareness … and spreading malware? Apparently so. Malware hackers have recently started abusing the Google Ads platform to spread malware to unsuspecting individuals searching for well-known software companies. Think of all the popular business software’s you might use on a daily basis. There’s Grammarly, Slack, Dashlane, Ring, AnyDesk,…

Are the Younger Members of Your Staff Feeling “Tech Shame”?

It seems like companies are hiring millennial staff expecting them to be tech savvy. Unfortunately, we are finding that not to be the case. They aren’t as “in tune” as they are assumed to be. Are the younger members of your staff feeling “tech shame” for not knowing everything there is to know about technology?…

5 Ways to Balance Strong Authentication Protocols and User Productivity

Finding the right balance between productivity and security can be quite the challenge for most businesses. If you provide too much freedom within your network, security risks rise. However, if there too many security restrictions, productivity will suffer. Here are 5 ways to balance strong authentication protocols and user productivity. It’s always a fine line…

A Little Remote Trust Goes A Long Way

A number of businesses still believe that employees will not produce the best work until they are physically working from the office. While managers are finding it difficult to fully adapt to our new hybrid world, this perception of work ethic is far from reality. Will a little remote trust go a long way? The…

Set Yourself Up for Safer Home Security

The market for home security systems has recently grown exponentially. According to experts, the market will reach a growth rate of 20.1% by 2026. This is on top of the anticipated growth of 21.6% from 2021 to 2022. Which brings up the question, how do we protect ourselves in this ever changing environment? This blog…

What is Your Information Worth on the Dark Web?

The Deep Web is a vast and mysterious place. One that comes brings up a lot of questions, like “what is the Dark Web?”, “Who has access to it?”, “What is your information worth on the Dark Web?” We’ll be going over all of it in this blog post. Let’s get into it. Here’s a…