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How to take advantage of your VoIP data

How to take advantage of your VoIP data

You hear a lot about big data nowadays, but not in connection with small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). To compete with the big guys, SMBs need Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) to get better access to customer data. Read on for the best ways to leverage your VoIP data to serve clients. Time/Date data The […]

The perfect Office 365 plan for your business

The perfect Office 365 plan for your business

With its state-of-the-art tools and features, Office 365 helps businesses manage data, share files, and improve team collaboration. You might be thinking of using this tool to improve your operations, but with the different Office 365 plans available on the market, how can you make sure that you’ll get your money’s worth? This article will […]

3 Ways Cybercriminals Use Social Engineering to Steal Your Info

May 15th, 2019
3 Ways Cybercriminals Use Social Engineering to Steal Your Info

Cybercriminals use social engineering every day to attempt to hack into people’s personal information.  Social engineering preys on the human condition to gain trust, manipulate people and get people to willingly give out personal information. In general, there are three major ways that cybercriminals use social engineering to steal your info.

Browser extensions and online security

Browser extensions and online security

Think you’ve got enough online security measures in place within your company? It’s hard to tell since you’ll never really know what the next malware or online scam will bring. Plus, it only takes one employee’s mistake to put the company in danger. It’s time to add another layer of online security using browser extensions. […]

Why are you so popular?

May 14th, 2019
Why are you so popular?

You’ve heard about many of the scams that exist on the internet now. It’s tough to simply look at your emails without noticing several phishing emails sitting in your inbox. Lately, the largest influx of social engineering scams has come from social media.

Breaking Down Social Engineering

May 14th, 2019
Breaking Down Social Engineering

Most people are aware of terms like phishing and malware, but did you know those are a part of a larger scheme called social engineering? This is not a new kind of fraud. In fact, it’s been used for many years to manipulate a wide range of people into giving up important data about themselves or their workplace.

4 ways to boost staff efficiency

4 ways to boost staff efficiency

Technology enables businesses to work remotely, collaborate more efficiently, and manage their time more effectively. But to achieve these benefits, you need to implement technologies that align with your business’s needs. Here are some things to consider. Change office communication To increase efficiency, set up instant messaging software such as Slack or Microsoft Teams. This […]

New keyboard shortcuts for Windows 10 users

New keyboard shortcuts for Windows 10 users

Since its release back in 2015, Windows 10 continues to receive updates and new features. This time, users are greeted with some new keyboard shortcuts that will make life easier. Here are our top picks that can be extremely helpful to your daily operations. Windows Snapping If you’ve never used Windows Snapping, you’re missing out […]

What are 2-step and 2-factor authentication?

What are 2-step and 2-factor authentication?

In the digital age, cybersecurity should be one of the top priorities for anyone who goes online. One way is to vet those who are trying to access your systems. But when it comes to verifying users’ identity, many are unaware of the two kinds of authentication measures available. Read on to know the differences […]

Ransomware: Why It’s Getting Publicity and What to Do About It

May 8th, 2019
Ransomware: Why It’s Getting Publicity and What to Do About It

Even though ransomware attacks decreased in 2018, they remain a major threat in the cybersecurity landscape. So much so, that ransomware was recently featured on 60 Minutes. The story primarily covers three major instances of ransomware, two that affected municipalities, and a third that targeted a hospital.