Office 365 anti-phishing policy

By Brandon Jackson

If you’ve ever received a suspicious email or text message from someone asking you for your personal information, you probably know what phishing is and how to identify it. Unfortunately, many people aren’t aware of phishing, how to identify it, or what services can help deter these scams.

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Are people more productive working from home?

By John Merrey

Before the global pandemic, most businesses worked in-office rather than at home. That has since changed, and more companies now offer in-office, remote, or hybrid work, which creates the big question: How does remote work affect productivity?

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How do businesses use Microsoft Teams?

By Brandon Jackson

Email, shared drive networks, phone, and video conferencing are all tools that have grown in popularity as business requires a further reach to get the job done. With the growing prominence of remote work, the challenge of integrating the tools of old and working with their potential problems required a more modern and seamless solution. 

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What are the factors to consider when buying business software?

By John Merrey

With all the considerations that go into putting together a business from physical location, mission statement, personnel, and assets required for day-to-day operations, choosing the correct software package to complete your team’s work can be a daunting afterthought.

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How can cyber attacks be reduced?

By John Merrey

From your email to your bank account, a password has become the everyday level of security expected to be used. Whether conducting personal or professional work, keeping your data safe from immediate or future intrusion can become an afterthought for many.  What are some of the easy-to-miss points of intrusion? What other safeguards can a…

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Does virtualization slow down your computer?

By Brandon Jackson

Virtual machine computing allows for the seamless sharing of data and even remote desktop interfacing between numerous users and a central computing network.  With most of the processing being done away from the user, what does this mean for the tools and connection they have on hand? Will the end user’s current hardware be sufficient…

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What is Microsoft Teams and why should my business use it?

By John Merrey

No matter how long they have been in operation, many businesses are constantly looking for better ways to streamline systems and processes to make communication easier and more seamless within the organization. Since the start of the pandemic and with remote work becoming more common, many companies need to communicate with their team worldwide. 

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What’s the difference between cloud computing and virtualization?

By Brandon Jackson

When it comes to cyber security hardware, there are two options: cloud computing and virtualization. Many may not understand the difference between the two. However, it is important to know the differences between cloud computing and virtualization to help keep sensitive data protected.

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What to do after responding to a phishing email

By John Merrey

If you have access to any of the email platforms on the internet, chances are you have received a suspicious email from a cyber attacker. These are referred to as phishing emails, which can look something like this…

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What is included in IT managed services?

By Brandon Jackson

Today, businesses have to be prepared and responsive in a world of technology. That means that you should have plans for the unexpected in place, including cybersecurity. Trust me, we know it sounds like a lot, especially when not everyone knows their way around the complexity of technology. 

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