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5 IT Best Practices for Growing Businesses

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5 IT Best Practices for Growing Businesses

As a small business owner, IT can be a challenge, especially when you have little or no IT expertise. Restrictive budgets and lack of expertise often make matters worse. But a little planning and advance preparation can go a long way in ensuring that your IT becomes your asset rather than a liability. Here we breakdown some typical IT challenges that small to medium business owners face and share the best practices that can make your IT operations manageable.

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Phishing 102: The 8 Phishing Scams You Need to Know About

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Phishing 102: The 8 Phishing Scams You Need to Know About

Keyloggers...trojans...session hijackers...Do these worry you? We cover the aforementioned phishing scams along with a couple others you should learn about with tips to avoid falling victim to these attacks. Find out what you can do to protect yourself by reading part 2 of our phishing blog series.

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Team One's Favorite Apps

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Team One's Favorite Apps

We are, essentially, technology guinea pigs. We try out apps, network equipment, computers, and more to find the best tools for the job. Here are some of our favorite lesser known apps.

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Security 102: Malware, Spyware, & Ransomware

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Security 102: Malware, Spyware, & Ransomware

If you use a computer, you need to care about malicious software. Malicious software is any piece of code designed to harm a computer system and it has been around for a very long time. Viruses have only become more sophisticated and costly, but there are many options for protecting yourself and your business from attack.  

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Security for Windows: 3 Reasons Why Updates Matter

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Security for Windows: 3 Reasons Why Updates Matter

Computers are a lot like cars. They’re expensive, incredibly useful, and will fall apart without regular maintenance. You wouldn’t go years without checking or changing your oil, or let the weird noise in your car fester without getting it looked at by a professional. But many people don’t look at computers the same way. They will go months without updating, shooing away notifications, and thinking, “I just spent $900 on this, it should just WORK!” Your car performs a lot better with the recommended maintenance and services, and so will your computer. More importantly, your computer will be much less susceptible to attack. 

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Security 101: Spam, Phishing, and Social Engineering

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Security 101: Spam, Phishing, and Social Engineering

Your device is the portal through which you communicate with friends, family, and the people you work with. Replacing a device is costly, but you can’t put a price on the data you hold in it. Consider how much worse it would be if someone got a hold of the data you can access with that device: bank accounts, passwords, emails, photos, correspondence with friends, and more. This is precisely why security is important.

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