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The Unexpected Benefits of Password Managers

  Anyone who has more than one online account will immediately recognize the primary benefit of using a password manager (i.e., everyone). Instead of having to remember all 100 usernames and passwords, the password manager fills them in for you automatically. It’s a godsend. There are several other reasons to utilize a password manager as…

Tech Tips for Small Business Owners in 2022

A new year represents an opportunity for a fresh start. Use these technology recommendations for small business owners to get your year off to a great start in 2022. First and foremost, by embracing mobile, you may set the tone for a prosperous new year for your company. One of the most important differentiators of…

Don’t Get Reeled in by Holiday Phishing Attacks

  It is reasonable to anticipate that the holiday season will be a time of good cheer, peace, and goodwill to all. The problem is that cyber attackers didn’t get the message. During the holidays, they are more likely to launch phishing attacks against businesses. Knowing what to expect ahead of time can help you…

Prepare Your Information Technology Systems for the Upcoming Holidays.

  We’ve all heard the story of the Grinch, who destroys Christmas for the people of Whoville. This holiday season, don’t make it out to be the Grinch of the season. Prepare your technology and systems to minimize the likelihood of downtime. You’ll avoid interfering with your clients’ holiday celebrations or their employees’ seasonal festivities….

Why You Shouldn’t Upgrade to Windows 11 Until You’re Ready

Windows 11 is the newest operating system from Microsoft. Isn’t it obvious that newer is better? When it comes to Windows 11, however, you may want to hold off. Here’s why: As a general rule, software updates are installed automatically. Since it’s an upgrade, it stands to reason that the manufacturer would include the most…

What an MSP Does and Doesn’t Do

Managed service providers (MSPs) take pride in providing superior support. Nonetheless, there are some things that we are capable of doing and others that we are not. For the latter, laundry and grocery shopping come to mind. However, this article will discuss what an MSP does and does not do. Today, your business faces numerous…

Meet the TechDogs! The Lovely Ms. Chloe Sophia

Today we’ve got another installment of meet the tech dogs, with everyone’s favorite little girl, Chloe, aka Chloe Sophia.   Chloe is an almost 10 years young German Shorthaired Pointer that we adopted in January of 2018 from Wags and Walks, the rescue we’ve been volunteering with for quite some time now.  Chloe was an…

How to Expedite Your IT Support Request

When your technology fails, you want a fix immediately. Whether you’re unable to connect to your network or open a critical presentation file, the need to submit an IT support request quickly frustrates you. You simply cannot wait! We understand, and so allow us to share some tips to assist you in obtaining faster IT…

Another Week, Another Hack! Ransomware – Flippin’ on Scripps

Today we have another installment of “Another Week, Another Hack,” and this time, the world-renowned Scripps Institute was the one who got hit.   Based in lovely San Diego, California, the Scripps Institute holds over 1000 patents, 9 FDA approved therapeutic drugs, and in May of 2021, one nasty ransomware attack.  Somewhere in the ballpark…

5 Ways to Build Small-Business Efficiency with Microsoft 365

Today, business productivity must be more than a buzzword. Without technology to support communications and process productivity, it’s difficult to remain competitive. You will lack the necessary agility and mobility to succeed. This article discusses the numerous ways in which a small business can improve its efficiency by utilizing Microsoft 365. You may already be…