Facebook security features are a great thing. They help keep hackers out of your account. But what happens when you forget your password? Suddenly all those security features seem like overkill. Fortunately, there’s a way to prevent that problem before it happens. It’s called “Trusted Contacts." This security feature lets you get into your account … Continue reading Hack Your FaceBook with a Little Help From Your Friends
Microsoft Office used to be the default office suite for businesses. But these days, more businesses are moving to cloud based options like Google Drive to save time and money. With the Google Drive based office suite G Suite you can create documents, spreadsheets and presentations. You also get customized business email addresses, shared calendars … Continue reading How Google Drive Saves Businesses Time and Money
If you want to save money for your small business, start by looking at your printers. Yes, your printers. Many small businesses have too many printers or inefficient printers for their needs. As a result they end up spending a lot in maintenance costs, ink and replacement costs. 40 to 60 percent of IT help … Continue reading Printers: The Most Overlooked Way to Cut Office Spending
A rash of malicious software or malware attacks is locking down computers around the country. Don't be next. Here's what you need to know to protect yourself: Where are the attacks coming from? The attacks are coming through email attachments and links. They may even come through emails from trusted coworkers, companies you've done business … Continue reading Protect Yourself from the May 2017 Ransomware Attacks
Spelling is a detail nobody notices until it’s wrong. Perfectly spelled words slide right by but written communication filled with typos is harder to read. It makes people doubt your attention to detail, your dependability and even your intelligence. In the modern age of text messaging, email, Facebook posts, and Twitter we’re communicating with the written … Continue reading How to Turn on Spell check in Web Browsers
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If you want to keep your computer in top condition, the number one thing you can do is keep it updated. Updates are easy and usually don’t take very long. You can even schedule them to happen automatically (read on to find out how). The average user can do them at home, minimizing visits to … Continue reading Updates are Essential