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What Office 365 includes

If you’ve thought about moving to Office 365, you may have found yourself asking what exactly was included with your investment. There are different levels of Office 365, depending on which version you purchase. Let’s take a look at the different versions.

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Should I use a password or fingerprint?

With all the data today’s computers and phones have on them, they need to be properly secured. After all, you’re walking around with a device that can access your social media, email, and even bank accounts. Do you really want to risk someone stealing your identity because your phone wasn’t properly secured? So which one should you use, a password or your fingerprint?

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Ransomware: Pay or not?

We’ve talked about how ransomware works previously. It should be a concern for all small and medium-sized business owners. But what if you’ve already been infected? Should you just pay the ransomware demands or not?

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Cloud vs on premise

Traditionally, businesses kept data on premise where the work was actually being done. It sat on a data server somewhere, even if the server was simply a repurposed desktop computer. But with the cloud as an option, how do you determine whether you should move your data there or keep it local?

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How password managers work

If you’re like many other people, you may have kept track of your passwords with a pen and paper for years now. Maybe you’ve heard of password managers, but you were wary of them because you weren’t sure how they worked.

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How phishing affects businesses

We’ve talked previously about how to protect yourself from phishing scams. But is phishing something you should even be concerned about? How does phishing actually affect businesses? Does it actually affect businesses at all?

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Can cloud storage fail?

We’re big advocates of the cloud. But if you’re new to the cloud, one concern you may have is whether or not cloud storage can fail. It can! Cloud storage data loss is a valid concern. The cloud is not fool-proof by any means.

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Why password length is important

Did you know that the most popular password in 2018 was “123456”? Or that the second most popular was “password”? Third place was “123456789” and fourth place was “12345678.” Talk about making things easier for hackers! Let’s take a look at what the best length is for passwords, then whether you really need to worry about having a complex password or not.

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