IT Talk Your Business Can Rely On

How we connect

In our last post we covered the access you need for your company to communicate best. Now we're reviewing the tools we can use to connect with each other electronically, and personally.

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Is your network interrupting you?

We're talking all about communication this summer. We have more tools to communicate than we have time to use right now. And sometimes you may have noticed a choppy VoIP call, or a pixellated video[...]

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Lose something?

Data Backup and Recovery is an important topic because, well, people lose things. Humans delete files by accident. Servers fail. Storms damage offices. All we can do is create a plan to recover[...]

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Don't spring clean your data yet

April is all about spring cleaning. It’s the time of year when we want to clear out clutter and make room for new ideas and fresh starts. That includes deleting old folders or files you don’t need[...]

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Don't let an end user ruin your day

You’ve set up your organization’s cybersecurity—considering firewall, anti-virus, DNS and web filtering, your wireless network… and on and on. You’ve made all the difficult IT security decisions to[...]

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Pssst: Our Password Protocol Advice

Let’s start by clearing the air: It’s normal to have a love-hate relationship with passwords. It’s hard not to love the very things that keep your information safe, ensure private conversations are[...]

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Wi-Fi Network Security: Take Another Look

We’re all accustomed to hopping on wireless networks whenever we can—saving data use on our mobile devices. And we appreciate when the office or coffee shop or school makes it easy for us to connect[...]

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Patching the Spectre & Meltdown security vulnerabilities

You may have heard about the Spectre and Meltdown security vulnerabilities recently. While there's no evidence of anyone exploiting the security flaw, we want to make sure our clients are aware of[...]

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A compilation of cybersecurity predictions for 2018

Forbes just released a compilation of 60 cybersecurity predictions for 2018. While no one can predict the future, we’re sure that cybersecurity is going to stay in the headlines and at the top of our[...]

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Cyberattacks target schools, too.

NBC News recently shared this report about schools in Columbia Falls, Montana that were targets of a cyberattack. Hackers accessed students personal data—social security numbers, phone numbers—and[...]

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