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Alexa, Tell me About Your Cyber Security

Alexa, Tell me About Your Cyber Security

According to a Symantec report, more than 20 million Amazon Echo devices are installed in the United States alone, making Alexa by far the most popular virtual assistant. But, despite their immense popularity, many people don’t know the security risks associated with smart speakers.

5 Tips to Speed Up Your Company’s WiFi

February 20th, 2019 Share
5 Tips to Speed Up Your Company’s WiFi

A slow or unreliable WiFi connection is an easy thing to fix, and will improve employee productivity and decrease frustration in the office. In fact, 42 percent of employees reported that a fast WiFi connection is a major contributing factor to greater workplace productivity.

The Most Commonly Used Passwords Of 2018

January 21st, 2019 Share
The Most Commonly Used Passwords Of 2018

The Internet has made life easier for the majority of people. You can bank online, view results of your medical tests, access your email from anywhere, among countless other tasks that are all protected by just one thing: your password. And, for nearly three percent of Internet users, cracking your password is as easy as stringing six consecutive numbers together.

5 Simple Ways To Boost Employee Productivity Through Technology

November 28th, 2018 Share
5 Simple Ways To Boost Employee Productivity Through Technology

Today’s workforce is evolving at speeds never quite seen before. Workers want the ability to collaborate on multiple projects, with multiple people. They require access to a variety of software and applications, on a wide range of devices.

So with all the different tech options out there, and the ever growing demands from your employees and customers, how do you decide which software and tools to implement? How do you enable technology to make your business as productive as possible?

With that in mind, we put together a list of 5 simple ways to make your business more productive through technology.

What You Need To Know About Brute Force Login Attacks

October 5th, 2018 Share
What You Need To Know About Brute Force Login Attacks

It’s not a secret. We now live in a world where cyber criminals work day in and day out to hack into small and medium sized businesses in an effort to make money. This practice has become a profession that’s quickly bringing businesses down.

Despite companies working hard to protect against these threats, hackers have developed ways to mimic user behavior as a means of gaining access to sensitive information.

Why Every Business Website Needs SSL/HTTPS In 2018

August 20th, 2018 Share
Why Every Business Website Needs SSL/HTTPS In 2018

Have you noticed the “not secure” message in the address bar when you head to certain websites on Google Chrome? As safe as the site might be, if they don’t have a secure layer (Secure Sockets Layer - SSL or HTTPS certificate), you’ll receive a warning when trying to visit their URL. That’s a new feature in Google Chrome as of July 2018 and it’s one that’s worth paying attention to.