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How to boost cybersecurity when working remotely

Remote work has become the norm, and it brings a host of benefits to both employees and employers. However, working outside of a traditional office environment introduces unique security challenges. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to improve your and your employees’ cybersecurity while working remotely. Create clear remote work policies Your company should […]

The Bad Bot Takeover Is Here

There is one extremely common threat to our security that nearly everyone has witnessed but hardly anyone talks about – bad bots. These silent attackers are often thought of as annoying spam accounts posting computer-generated comments online. They are so common that most of us tend to scroll by them without noticing, but in reality, bad bots are much more dangerous, particularly for business owners.

Facebook and Twitter privacy settings: Everything you need to know

Facebook and Twitter are two of the most popular social media platforms in the world. Both of these platforms collect a lot of personal data that can be used for a variety of purposes, including targeted advertising. But this data can also be vulnerable to hacking and misuse. That’s why it’s important to take steps […]

How To Get Out Of Overwhelm And Manage Projects Brilliantly (While Saving Money On IT)

Every entrepreneur and manager knows the drill – the never-ending tug of war for your time and concentration. Such demands are universal, impacting businesses of all sizes and industries.

While some leadership giants sail smoothly through these turbulent waters, maintaining an organized and efficient crew, many feel trapped and overwhelmed by the countless tasks before them.

The 5 most common data backup solutions

For any business, data is more than just information; it’s an invaluable asset that drives decision-making and strategy. Losing data can result in massive setbacks and even threaten the very existence of your organization. This is where data backup solutions come into play — they provide a way to securely store and retrieve important data […]

The end of an era: Goodbye WordPad

Can you believe it? After 30 years of faithful service, Microsoft is finally pulling the plug on WordPad. The app that debuted with Windows 95, and lets you open a .doc file if you don’t have Word installed, is being shown the door.

But why now and what does it mean for your business?

Microsoft recently announced plans to stop updating WordPad and eventually remove it from Windows altogether.