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Passwords May Not Be As They Appear for Customers of US Banks

Posted: March 21, 2016
A recent study shows that many password-limiting features such as case-sensitivity may not be fully implemented in US Banks’ systems. Of the banks tested, 11 passed the case sensitivity test while six failed. This means that the password being type often times isn’t what is being used by the banks, leading to a lower standard of security.

4 facts about HIPAA and your IT

Posted: January 04, 2016
Do you understand HIPAA compliance and how it affects your office? These rules change on a regular basis, so here are four things you should know about HIPAA and your company's IT.

Your Internet Signal Is Going To Be Transmitted Through Light

Posted: December 15, 2015
In this day in age, the word “Wi-Fi” is just as common as the words “cellphone”, “computer” and “tablet”. It is also uncommon to go into a business today and not be able to connect to the company-guest Wi-Fi. The use of Wi-Fi is so common today that, without it, society would not take too kindly to THAT change.  This is true, unless a change would benefit how we use technology. *Gasp*

The 5 Most Dangerous Pieces of Information to Give in an E-mail

Posted: October 21, 2015
We all know not to send personal information through email. However, there are advanced viruses and scams that try to fool you into giving personal information unknowingly. Find out how to avoid becoming a victim, and things you should never put in an email.

Deleted or not deleted? That is the question.

Posted: October 08, 2015
Are you replacing a piece of your technology?  Before you throw away or sell your old phone, tablet, or computer, think about the fact that your data may still be on that device!  Learn what to do to make sure your data is not given away!

Covert Pepper Grinder Shuts Down Electronics During Dinner Time

Posted: September 21, 2015
The dinner table then, and now!

What's New and Improved in Office 2016

Posted: September 18, 2015
Same old Office, but with fancier gadgets

Do You Keep Your Server In A Closet? If So, You Need To Read This Important Warning

Posted: September 04, 2015
Network servers are not people, but they can suffer from some of the same symptoms as humans when they get overheated.  Learn more about how the server environment can affect performance and what you can do to keep your equipment running at its best!
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