Hacking is the new form of a “break in” in the digital age. Instead of paper files locked in cabinets, today’s businesses have digital files stored on premise or in the cloud, which are prime targets for hackers.
How savvy are your employees when it comes to cybersecurity? Today’s sophisticated phishing scams take more than an awareness poster to properly defend against.
When we think of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which was passed in 1990, we tend to think of it in terms of handicapped parking, braille on elevator buttons, or wheelchair ramps. But with the advent of technology, websites have become a key method of sales and communication that also need to be…
Office 365 is used by more than half of the offices around the world. And as with any popular program, hackers are searching for vulnerabilities in order to breach it and get into your network and devices.
Each month we host a free client event to educate our clients on various topics that will help them grow and improve their businesses. The following is a recap of our Social Media Marketing Seminar from February 2019. If you have a topic you would like to suggest, please contact our Client and Business…
Most people understand the importance of backing up their data, especially if they’ve lost photos or files in the past. But with the advent of cloud-computing applications like Office 365, there’s a false perception going around that a backup isn’t needed, and the cloud is doing it all for them.
The average adult checks their phone every ten minutes and spends more than two hours on popular social media sites per day. So, it is hard to believe that a little over a decade ago, people didn’t know about social networking services. Beyond the amazing ability to connect with long lost friends and family, social…
Valentine’s Day has been celebrated for centuries as a day to show love and affection for those special someones in our lives. Even as school children, many of us have fond memories exchanging valentines with our class and it being a day of feeling loved and appreciated.
Government organizations have unique challenges when it comes to strategic technology planning and adoption. Often there is significant bureaucracy and red tape to go through for any major technology purchase and it can be challenging to execute a smooth transition across several agencies.
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.