2021 Cybersecurity Awareness Month: A Message From Our CEO

Hello Everyone, Bad guys have reached an all-time low and we see a quadrupling of deliberate targets and people in QC organizations. We now strongly recommend all our customers use a form of end-user training – we use and support KnowBe4, which we see allows employees to recognize baddies and reduce mistakes in opening “bad”…

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Why You Need Multi-Factor Authentication Today

Cloud adoption is pretty much a given for companies these days. The increase in cloud use over the last few years has helped small businesses be more competitive, and it has allowed many companies to continue serving customers during the pandemic. Cloud technology can keep a business going from any location; however, it can also…

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How to Use Email Encryption to Protect Sensitive Communications

A plain text email is about as secure as a postcard. Any hacker or unintended recipient that intercepts a non-encrypted email can easily read it with no special skills or software needed. What’s even more eye-opening are the types of messages that employees send by unprotected email. They’ll send confidential customer information, passwords, and even…

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What Can You Expect from the Windows 11 Upgrade?

What Can You Expect from the Windows 11 Upgrade? It’s hard to believe that it has already been six years since Windows 10 came out. That Operating System (OS) is scheduled for retirement in about four short years (October 2025), which is why the Windows 11 announcement is a timely one. Microsoft recently announced that…

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Hardware Investment Strategies: Optimizing Technology Infrastructure

Hopefully, you aren’t using your Mac Plus to run your accounting software. Having the right tool for the job is always important. If your employees are using the wrong or outdated tech tools for the job, work becomes an inefficient and expensive chore. Employees are 26% less productive working on computers that are 5+ years old, and…

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TuitionFit Featured Article in Quad-City Times

Mark Salisbury, founder of TuitionFit Quad-Cities Times recently printed an excellent article detailing new startup TutionFit, an online platform where students can anonymously share tuition costs and scholarship valuation. Visit the TutionFit website we built at tuitionfit.org Below are some of the keynotes, but check out the full article here.

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