Category: Blog

Basic Internet and Computer Terms Everyone Should Know

Nov 27, 2018 Blog by admin
As a sort of follow up to my last blog post about common IT problems and solutions, I thought it might be helpful to have a quick rundown of some basic Internet and computer terms and knowledge. As an IT company, we often get calls about IT issues that are difficult for both us and the client. And it’s not because it’s a complicated issue – it’s because the client does not know how to
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Stop Stressing: Easy Solutions to IT Problems

Nov 7, 2018 Blog by admin
With the digitization and automation of today’s business, technology and knowing how to navigate it is becoming a necessary skill. Perhaps an IT company such as ourselves shouldn’t be giving out DIY solutions, but we are committed to making our customers’ lives as easy as possible. And sometimes, it’s not calling your IT team – it’s just restarting your computer. These technology tips will hopefully help the people out there who aren’t as tech-savvy, or
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Navigating the Internet of Things

Forbes recently shared an article on how the Internet of Things is keeping us safe and I thought it was a rather one-dimensional article. For those who don’t know, the Internet of Things (IoT) is defined broadly as “the network of physical devices, vehicles, home appliances, and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and connectivity which enables these things to connect, collect and exchange data” (Wikipedia). A mouthful of a definition that basically
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Uncovering The Cloud

Oct 9, 2018 Blog by admin
It’s time to finally understand The Cloud. The term is everywhere nowadays – cloud computing, cloud storage, cloud backups – but most people balk if you ask them what exactly it is. It’s actually simpler than you think. It’s not some mystical fog that sits on top of your computer that magically has all your pictures, nor is it an excruciatingly complex piece of technology that you need a degree to understand. The cloud, or
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Internet Security and Cyber Attacks

As more and more of our personal information is digitized, the importance of cyber security continues to increase. Ransomware, phishing, and other malicious software are becoming more frequent and more dangerous. Forbes reports that American businesses lose approximately half a billion dollars a year to phishing scams, as well as priceless time and resources fixing the damage caused. Ransomware is also a massive issue (and grossly underreported). The malware of choice for hackers with 60%
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