Distraction Averted: Timers & Noise Reduction

A while back, we shared this article from LinkedIn about working remotely on our social media accounts. This post got a lot of buzz, so we thought it would be a good idea to expand upon it for you all. When discussing working remotely, one of the biggest worries for your employer is that your […]

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Ups and Downs of Unified Communications

What can unified communications really do to benefit your business? Quite a lot, really. We’ve broken down what will boost and what will drop just for you, our valued audience members and current and potential customers. The Ups Functionality Have you been getting the most out of your devices? Probably not. Unified communications, or UC […]

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Working Remotely Never Sounded So Good

We are officially in summer. The sun is shining, the days are longer, and we’re dreading going into the office more and more. On beautiful days, it can be tough to work inside when you’re longing to be in the outdoors. Today’s technology allows you to get the best of both worlds by working remotely. […]

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Malicious Flashlight App? The Surprising Truth

Have you downloaded a flashlight app? According to this video, it could be secretly malicious, stealing information from your phone. Watch the video below:   Gary Miliefsky is the CEO of SnoopWall, a company centered around cybersecurity. According to this news segment, flashlight apps downloaded from your mobile device’s app store may be snooping into […]

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What Your Antivirus Software Isn’t Telling You

A good antivirus software will mean that my system is safe. True or False? FALSE. Like firewalls, antivirus software is just one piece of the online security puzzle. Many moons ago, antiviruses may have been the only solution required for safety, but as the technology world has evolved, so have attackers, creating malware threats that […]

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Can Firewalls Leave You Running For Cover?

Firewalls protect against all cyber attacks. True or False? FALSE. So many companies believe that this is all that’s required for cybersecurity, and it’s a costly mistake. Firewalls filter traffic and act as a barrier to many harmful viruses that your computer or other devices may have otherwise received. However, firewalls are not the end […]

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Device Safety 101

When you think of technology viruses, you usually just think of computers. That isn’t the case anymore. Your smartphone, tablet, USB drive, and other forms of technology are susceptible to viruses. By taking ten minutes out of your day every once and a while to verify that your devices are meeting these guidelines, you are […]

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