Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a cybersecurity technique that helps protect your online information. In essence, it requires “two factors” to be provided in order to login to an online service. But is it safe?
A very serious flaw was found in iTunes for Windows that exposes unpatched computers to a ransomware attack. Did you know it was out there? Probably not. You’re focused on your business and the hundreds of other things that come up that need your attention. You are not concerned about news of the latest cyber threats.
Sure, cars, houses, and gadgets can impress people. But leaving a lasting, positive impression comes from much more than the stuff you have. If you really want to impress people, hit them with a positive, can-do attitude. And remember, people who are impressed are more likely to buy.
What is a simple way to protect your business from losing $80K? Employee education.
Growing a business is hard. Don’t go it alone. Getting your business to the next level is not easy. We know because we are also fighting that battle every day. That’s why we built the Business Builders Series. September 10th, 2019 is our next installment. Don’t miss it! Register Here We’ll have with us StoryBrand […]
Often times, criminals are out looking for easy targets, the “low hanging fruit.” Cyber criminals are no different. They are looking for easy passwords, vulnerable systems, and uneducated employees. Are you an easy target?
If you are an Office 365 subscriber you may notice (or have already noticed) a few changes with Outlook. Outlook is pushing updates through to the desktop for Office 365 subscribers. The updates will sometimes force you to login to your Office 365 account. After the updates complete, you will see a bit of a […]
In July of 2019, Microsoft will roll out a new feature in Teams (and if you aren’t using Teams… well, you’re missing out!) that will allow you to mark a message as priority. The priority mark will create periodic notifications for the recipient of your message to help ensure they see it.
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), as it is commonly called, has revolutionized the way businesses consume software. With a low cost of entry and easy implementation, company’s find themselves adding more and more software to their solution stack. Then one day, the business owner looks down and sees the business is spending a fortune every month on software and they don’t even know what it is all for. Here are some steps on how to get it all under control.
Follow these simple three steps to fix many Microsoft Office issues.