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Protect your VoIP system from phishers

Protect your VoIP system from phishers

Although many companies still use analog phones, a growing number of businesses now rely on VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), thanks to its multi-functionality. VoIP allows employees to make voice calls, conduct video conferences, and chat using an internet connection. This has become a means, however, for many scammers to send fraudulent emails, extort money, […]

How to get the best out of G Suite

How to get the best out of G Suite

Your business may be already using G Suite, Google’s powerful productivity and collaboration platform. But while your staff may already be familiar with apps such as Gmail, Calendar, Hangout, Docs, Sheets, Slides, and more, the following tips will help them make the most of G Suite apps. Monitor past activities in Google Docs Google Docs […]

How to protect your iPhone from phishers

How to protect your iPhone from phishers

While iOS is relatively more difficult to penetrate than other operating systems, clever criminals have found a way to breach its security. Through voice phishing, scammers are tricking iPhone users by pretending to be from Apple Support and asking for their login credentials. Here’s what you can do so you don’t fall prey to these […]

Use Single Sign-On for login efficiency

Use Single Sign-On for login efficiency

No matter how valuable your cloud subscriptions are, each new set of login credentials users are forced to create and memorize adds another level of inefficiency. With Single Sign-On (SSO), you can create one user profile that logs you into all your online accounts. If you’re overwhelmed by the number of passwords linked to your […]

Make the most out of old PCs

Make the most out of old PCs

If your PC has been struggling to perform all the tasks you have at hand, we completely understand why you would be itching for a new one, or even if you’ve already replaced it with the latest model. But even if it’s old, sluggish, and always crashing, your old desktop or laptop may still prove […]

Our guide to Windows 10 build 18305 for PC

Our guide to Windows 10 build 18305 for PC

In this Windows 10 build 18305 guide, we’ll focus on the most important changes that Microsoft carried out for the 2019 major release. Start menu This now has a new single-column layout with reduced top-level tiles. This layout appears when you’re creating a new account, setting up a new device, or after performing an installation. […]

Tips on how to manage Google reviews

Tips on how to manage Google reviews

Getting Google reviews for your business has never been more important. Consumers are scouring the internet for online reviews to help them in their purchase decisions, and Google’s new search algorithm is designed to lead people to high-quality products and services.   How Google changed search results Google now automatically aggregates and includes online reviews […]

Why UPS is important in network gear

Why UPS is important in network gear

Storms, floods, fire, and other emergencies can cause productivity loss due to power failure. Utilizing an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) for your workstations will ensure that you never lose unsaved work. But what about your online connection? To avoid being crippled by loss of internet connection, it’s a good idea to plug routers, wireless access […]

The best way to secure PHI

The best way to secure PHI

Healthcare organizations must be vigilant about avoiding data breaches, especially since they’ve been prime targets for cybercriminals for several years. Medical records are extremely valuable to hackers, which is why healthcare sectors must implement the most advanced security solutions.

I never used to have these issues…

I never used to have these issues…

We will occasionally hear this comment from clients who are running older technology – it’s worked reliably for years, but we’re having more and more issues. Why would something that’s worked well for so long stop working?

The answer is that the amount of issues experienced with technologies follows an inverted bell curve pattern during the course of their anticipated usability lifecycle, which in technology is over a 5-year term.

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