By 2021 cyber-crime will cost the world $6 Trillion a year. Is cyber-security a priority in your business’s IT strategy? Strong passwords are the defense line against cyber-crime. Watch this week’s Tech Tip Tuesday on how you can make your password considerably stronger with Multi-factor Authentication.
Goblins, and ghouls and cybersecurity…oh my! Even though Halloween is all about tricks and treats, nothing is scarier than being unprepared and uneducated when it comes to the security of your business’s data and finances. Each day, dangerous, well-funded crime rings are using state of the art techniques to hack into the accounts of small businesses just like you!
The National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) reports that 1 in 5 small businesses have been victims of cyber-crime, and since the Coronavirus Pandemic, these numbers have splurged.
If you’re planning on heading out of town – or to the local coffee shop to work –keep in mind these IT security smart tips for smartphones.
Protect your devices from thieves. All mobile devices should be passcode-protected and loaded with apps that will help you track and find them in case they get lost or stolen.
n the Microsoft Office suite of applications Excel is by far one of the most versatile of the bunch. Aside from just handling our day to day number crunching it is one of those programs we often jump in and out of for creating and viewing reports, calculating figures, and sometimes even just managing that office phone list. In this weeks ITech Insights we’re starting the first of a 3 part series of tips and tricks that can help to improve your efficiency in this amazing program.
One of the most used applications in any business is Microsoft Outlook. It is often the first application we start up in the morning, and the last one we close out at the end of our day. In this weeks ITech Insights we’re sharing a few tips and tricks to outlook that, just maybe, you don’t know about, that can really help you use this core application more efficiently.