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Digital Workplace Mistakes Most Businesses Make

The pandemic experience is one that all businesses share. It required major adjustments on how they operate. It no longer makes sense for everyone to work in the office. Many businesses are still adjusting to the remote work model. This blog post will go over the digital workplace mistakes most businesses make. Due to the…

Understanding Microsoft’s Productivity Score

It might be difficult to monitor productivity regardless of where employees locate. How can you be sure they’re making the best use of their resources? How can you make it so they can use best practices? Let’s get into understanding Microsoft’s productivity score. Managers are constantly asking themselves these questions. If they look at the wrong metrics, it…

5 IT Standards All Businesses Should Adopt

It’s common for small businesses to mistakenly ignore standards. They believe that having structures in place is unnecessary. When an issue arises, they’ll just hire the personnel to deal with it and consider that sufficient. Unfortunately, this mindset is very risky. That’s why we put together a list of 5 IT standards ALL businesses should…

Organizational Tips for Your Shared Cloud Storage

Document management has changed forever with the introduction of cloud file storage. File exchange through email is no longer necessary. There’s no need to question who in the office has the most recent version of a document, because it will be there in the cloud. We put this blog post together to offer some organizational…

Worst Hacks of 2022

Today, we are talking about some of the worst hacks of 2022. I don’t know about you, but the past few months of 2022 have been a whirl wind. Whether the first half of 2022 has felt endless, fleeting… or both, we can all agree it’s been a lot. On top of everything, massive hacks,…

Outdated Tech Tool You Should Stop Using

One thing that will never change about technology is that it is always changing. Tools that were once useful, like Internet Explorer and Adobe Flash, now are not. New tools replace old once, and the cycle continues. There are a number of outdated tech tools you should stop using to prevent your computers from being…

How the SLAM Approach Can Help Detect Phishing

There is a reason you almost always see phishing as a part of security awareness training. It has been the primary method of online attack over the past decade or two. Phishing emails are used to initiate ransomware, credential theft, data breaches and more. In an effort to keep you protected, learn how the SLAM…

Apple is Now Selling Parts to Fix Your Own iPhone

Don’t you hate it when your phone breaks? It can feel like such an inconvenience especially with a limited amount of options to fix it… but maybe not for long. Let’s talk about an announcement that Apple is now selling parts to fix your own iPhone.  We’ve all been down this road before. When you…

Which Form of MFA is Most Secure Vs. Most Convenient?

The prevalence of data theft is now at an all-time high, and it is this form of attack that is most responsible for data breaches. That’s why implementing Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is more important than ever. In this blog post, we’ll go over which form of MFA is most secure vs. most convenient. Having access…

STOP Using Email As Your Storage Solution

More and more people are utilizing their email as a one stop shop for storing data that they send and receive. Convenient? Yes. Secure? Maybe Not. In this post, we’ll reveal to you why you should stop using email as your storage solution.  Doing anything these days has become easier and faster as IT becomes…