Avoid This Top IT Mistake: The “Wait and See” Approach
Patience is often a virtue, and being budget-conscious is also a plus in business. Yet taking a “wait and see” approach with business tech is a top IT mistake. There is a lot of uncertainty in the current economy. You may be looking to save money to give your business more budget leeway. But if…Read More
Businesses Beware Of Fake Meeting Requests
Hi, Important that we meet discuss speerfishing attacks over business comunicatons. We need to make plan about this IMMEDIATELY. Please click on the link [uurl.callender.com] to make an appointment with IT for quick tutorial. Regards, IT There are several things wrong with this email, and hopefully, you noticed them. All are red flags you can…Read More
Think Before Sharing That Link
Learning to share is an important early-life skill. Now, you’ve mastered it, and you’re out in the workforce. Happily, digital technology makes it much easier to share business files, but that doesn’t mean you want to do so willy-nilly. Consider these best practices for sharing with both internal and external users. Cloud sharing makes it…Read More
Small Business Can’t Sacrifice Cybersecurity
For small businesses, it can be tempting to postpone cybersecurity efforts. There are many common excuses: “There’s so much to do,” “There’s not enough budget,” “Our business is too small to target,” etc. But right now, cybersecurity is a must-have for every business. Think of it like business insurance. You don’t intend to get sued…Read More
Is Your Graphics Card Going Bad?
Whenever you create a graph on your computer, you’re going to need a graphics processing unit (GPU). Without one, you won’t see anything on your computer screen. So, obviously, it’s a problem when it starts to fail. This article discusses signs to look for and what to do. First, what does the graphics card do?…Read More
What IT Services Should You Outsource?
Every successful small business owner reaches a point when they need to tap others’ talents. When it comes to IT, depending on your skillset, that point could come pretty soon. Yes, there are IT services you can do in-house, but there are others that are beneficial to outsource. When you started, you might have been…Read More
Could the Business You Work for be More IT Savvy?
Working for a small business, you can be asked to wear many hats. Even if one of your many roles is not IT, you may need to speak up about your business technology or cybersecurity. It’s easy to think cybersecurity is someone else’s responsibility, but IT may not be getting the attention it deserves, and…Read More
All You Need to Know about Catchall Emails
The majority of small businesses rely on email as their primary means of acquiring and retaining customers. When that’s the case, you can’t afford to miss emails prospects send you. A catchall email can help prevent that from happening. Read on to find out all you need to know about catchall emails. Catchall emails literally…Read More
Ransomware a Risk for You, Too
Ransomware headlines focus on interrupted hospital services or downtime at several major brands. But ransomware can just as easily infect your home computer. When you’re a victim of ransomware, you aren’t able to do anything on your computer. Cybercriminals encrypt your files and demand you pay a ransom to unlock your device. They’ll ask for…Read More
How to Spot Email Spoofing
The number of emails we get daily can be overwhelming. We could be excused for not looking at them all closely – well, almost. Except that not taking care to review emails for signs of spoofing could be a real risk to your business. Learn about email spoofing and how to avoid it in this…Read More