Windows 10 Customizations Guide

Windows 10 Customizations Guide

Windows 7 is approaching its end of life on January 14th. If you haven’t upgraded to Windows 10 yet, please do so; If you have questions or are unsure how to perform the update we are available to help. We know that a lot of people like the look and feel of...
What to Know About Small Business Growing Pains

What to Know About Small Business Growing Pains

Starting up a new business and seeing it grow is rewarding. However, it’s not always easy to develop a small business. Here are some typical problems your growing business may encounter and how to solve them. IT Services Among the greater hurdles to getting a...
Dangers of NOT Upgrading Windows 7 & Server 2008

Dangers of NOT Upgrading Windows 7 & Server 2008

TO UPGRADE OR NOT TO UPGRADE? SHOULD YOU GET RID OF WINDOWS 7 AND SERVER 2008? WHAT IF YOU DON’T SWITCH? On January 14, 2020, Microsoft will end its support for Windows 7 and Server 2008. But just because you can continue to use Windows 7 after the end of...
3 Things You Should Be Doing with Your ELP

3 Things You Should Be Doing with Your ELP

An Effective License Position (ELP) is a Microsoft creation to help businesses examine their software usage in regard to licensing. Because software is licensed to businesses, you can receive it at much more affordable rates. However, you need to show that...
3 Things You Need to Know About PCI Compliance

3 Things You Need to Know About PCI Compliance

These days almost all businesses accept credit cards. Thus, if you own a business, then chances are you have probably heard of the term “PCI Compliance.” What is PCI Compliance and how does it affect you? First of all, a handy definition is in order. PCI Compliance...
What Equifax Can Teach Us About Cybersecurity

What Equifax Can Teach Us About Cybersecurity

Equifax is one of the three largest credit reporting agencies in the nation. In September of 2017, the agency announced that it had experienced a massive data breach that had affected over 143 million users. This includes people in Canada and the United Kingdom. It...
Google Wants To Kill The URL

Google Wants To Kill The URL

Google is developing a potential new way to stop website phishing. Have you ever had it when you go to a website and then you find out that it’s not really the website you thought it was? could be changed by such a way as a misspelling or link you clicked on had...

Mal – The Contagious Data Loss Grelin

He’s Mal the Maleficent, the perennial purveyor of disease, the one among the Six Data Loss Gremlins who enjoys mischief for the sheer pleasure of harming others. A trickster and a thief, Mal is unrelenting in his attempts to steal or destroy data. He employs all...

Foiling Klepto, the Sticky-Fingered Data Loss Gremlin

Meet Klepto, one of the Eight Data Loss Gremlins that can bring your business to its knees if you let them. Klepto does his best to grab his unfair share of the $445 billion that companies worldwide lose each year to cybercrime. Klepto is a real sicko. Greedy and...
Phishing with your phone

Phishing with your phone

Scam artists have a new platform in their arsenal to obtain your financial information.  They have taken to phone calls with a spoofed number to make it appear to be coming from a financial institution.  I have been a victim of a phishing attempt where they called me...