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5 Company Password Policy Best Practices

5 Company Password Policy Best Practices

Password management bad habits often form the weakest link in a company’s cyber security strategy. More specifically, password re-use by employees is a significant challenge and can lead to a serious breach of corporate systems. According to a recent survey by Google,...

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4 Misunderstood Realities of Strategic IT Planning

4 Misunderstood Realities of Strategic IT Planning

When it comes to technology, business leaders often overlook the importance of strategic IT planning.  Rightly or wrongly, most company leaders and users just want their technology to work. They simply want a top of the line laptop, blazing fast Wi-Fi, crystal clear...

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Cyber Security Checklist: The Complete Breakdown

Cyber Security Checklist: The Complete Breakdown

Cyberattacks can affect anyone, and businesses are prime targets. 43% of online attacks are aimed at small businesses, with an average incident cost of $200,000. Over the next five years, the overall impacts of cybercrime are expected to cost businesses a total of...

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IT Help Desk Best Practices

IT Help Desk Best Practices

To keep your company running at peak efficiency you need a way to ensure that your employees or customers can get the help they need when an IT problem pops up. The key to making sure that employees have access to reliable solutions is to provide a well-structured,...

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How Much Do Managed IT Services Cost?

How Much Do Managed IT Services Cost?

(Source: freepix.com) Managed IT services save your company time, money, and plenty of headaches. These specialized services proactively monitor and cover issues, so that you can focus on what you do best: building your business. When it comes to pricing for Managed...

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BE ALERT COVID-19 Phishing Scam

BE ALERT COVID-19 Phishing Scam

Please share with your employees! Currently, attackers are using coronavirus themes for nearly all types of attacks, including (but not limited to) business email compromise, credential phishing, malware, and spam email campaigns. Attackers are actively abusing the...

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November Cyber Security Update

November Cyber Security Update

Have you linked your bank account to Mint or QuickBooks? If so, this applies to you. An online banking platform called Digital Insight which Mint and QuickBooks use to access bank accounts suspended operations for a period of time in an effort to stop fraudulent...

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