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Flashback Friday: Still Using 1995 Internet Technologies

The internet has changed over the years, but people remain the same. See what’s different, what’s similar and how the past can define the future. There’s a famous clip from The Today Show in 1994 where the hosts try to figure out what the internet is. Millennials watch it and giggle as the stars puzzle over seemingly simple concepts like email and web pages. The hosts weren...

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Safeguarding Valuable Business Assets

Your business’ success is completely dependent on the satisfaction of its customer base; are you doing all that you can to protect and nurture this key business asset? As a small business owner, what is your most valuable asset? Certainly, your business will rely on some critical factors that are instrumental in its long-term success, from your facilities and location to your employees...

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Wisdom Wednesday: 4 Features to Send Your Business Website to the Top of Google’s Rankings

Because Google always changes the algorithm that it uses to determine search engine rankings, your business’ website needs to stay on top of the current key features that can help move it to the top of Google’s search results. Many companies approach search engine optimization as a one-time challenge; once you have set up your company’s website with an eye to maximizing you...

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The Worst Password Mistakes that Compromise Security

Broadcasting your password on national television may be the easiest way to invite hackers, but common password mistakes make it almost as easy for your data security to be compromised. Password safety may not be one of the most interesting topics in the realm of cybersecurity, but having a strong password is one of the easiest ways to protect your business’ data integrity. The importance o...

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Two Factor Protects Companies

A look at two-factor security and why it should be used for all web-based email. If you’re looking to compromise your system/network as soon as possible, the best way to do so would be retrieving your credentials via your web-based email system. For example: Most hackers will have no problem studying their prey before sending a convincing email that looks as if it’s from someone ...

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