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Hackers And Cybercriminals Are Now Concentrating Their Attacks On Your Business Is Your Cyberprotection Up-To-Date?


Technology exists in a state of constant flux. The most popular gadgets turn obsolete within a year or two, the sophistication of the hardware and software we use increases exponentially with each passing month and the digital foundations of modern…

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Six Things You Must Do At A Minimum To Protect Your Business From Technology Disasters


While it's impossible to plan for every potential computer problem or emergency, a little proactive monitoring and maintenance of your network will help you avoid or greatly reduce the impact of the vast majority of computer disasters you could…

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Why Disaster Recovery Planning Matters More Than You Think


Let’s face it, data is the nucleus of your business. That means that a single ransomware attack could wipe you out in a matter of minutes. Today’s cybercriminals are raking in literally billions of dollars (yes, billions) preying on the unwary, the…

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4 Sneaky Ways Cybercriminals Used Phishing In 2017


Cybercriminals were more active in 2017 than ever before, with a staggering array of high-profile hacking incidents in the news each month. Here are four of the ways hackers used phishing to penetrate some of the most secure networks in the country…

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If You Think Your Business Is Too Small To Be Hacked…Then You’re Probably A Cybercriminal’s No. 1 Target!


In a world of rampant cybercrime, hackers thrive on the blind faith of their targets. Despite high-profile digital security breaches showing up in the news nearly every week, most people assume they’re safe from attack. The thinking goes that while…

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4 Emails You Should NEVER Open


No matter how “bomb-proof” we make your network, you and your employees can still invite a hacker in if you click on a link or open an attachment in an e-mail sent by a cybercriminal. Some spam is obvious (can you say, “Viagra at a discount”?) but…

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Why Hiring The Cheapest Computer Support Company Will Actually Cost You More


As anybody working in IT will tell you, the most common question we get isn’t, “Why is my computer running so slowly?” or “Why is my Internet not working?” It’s, “What do you charge for your services?” With so many IT companies clamoring for your…

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Four Cyber Monday Safety Tips


Cyber Monday is projected to have a record-high $6.6 billion in sales today, according to Adobe Analytics. Although the deals can save you an outrageous amount of money, being scammed into credit card fraud can do the exact opposite. Just last year,…

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To Cloud Or Not To Cloud?


If you are like many of our clients, you’ve probably heard some of the buzz about “The Cloud” — the IT version, that is — not one of those puffy white objects up in the sky. So, what exactly is “The Cloud”? And should you go there? Cloud computing…

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Are You Relying On Cheap, Online Backups For Your Data?


Your business network creates a lot of important data every day, which means you need regular backups to ensure that you always have access to this information. Many cloud storage services offer remote backup for low prices, but the promise of cheap…

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12 Surefire Signs Your Business is Ready for a Server & How it Will Skyrocket the Speed, Security, and Reliability of Your Computer Network


Is your business limping along using outdated computers or a peer-to-peer network that is constantly giving you problems? Are you planning on adding employees, opening a remote location or adding an additional office? Are you just sick and tired of…

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Hackers And Cyber Criminals Are Now Concentrating Their Attacks On Small Business


At the Visa Security Summit in 2009, a new trend was revealed: hackers and cyber criminals are now turning their efforts to small “mom and pop” businesses instead of large enterprise corporations. Why? Because small business networks offer a much…

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