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Data Security Round Up: Our top advice

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month. In recognition, we're rounding up some of our top security blog posts and tips from the past few years. There is never a 100% guarantee when it comes to data security. But following the advice in these posts, along with implementing the right system, will certainly get you a lot closer.

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Preventing Data Breaches with Mobile Device Security

Recent data breaches for both iPhone and Android OS's highlight the need for businesses to pay attention to mobile device data security.

Whether or not you’re giving your employees cell phones to use for work (or have Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy), it’s likely that you have employees using their cell phones or tablets to access company information (like email and sensitive line-of-business applications).

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6 Tips to Keep Your Data Safe on Vacation

It's summer time, which for many, means vacation. And for most workers, it means not completely unplugging. As much as we'd love to put the phone away for a week, most of us are still checking emails or keeping up with the news on our phones.

But relaxing on the beach or in the mountains, doesn't mean you should relax when it comes to your data security. Keep these tips in mind when you're on the road to keep a data breach from ruining your vacation:

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Staying Informed with the Office 365 Administrator App

This post comes from PTG Project Engineer and Office 365 administrator, Matt Banning. 

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3 Reasons Why We're Using Office Lens

Last week, TIME named Office Lens one of the Top 5 iPhones Apps for the week– and for good reason. The free app, one of the most popular Windows Phones apps and newly available on iPhone and Android, makes scanning documents, photos and even whiteboards, easy.

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Productivity on the Go: Microsoft on Mobile

A year ago, you never would've seen Microsoft develop software for any platform other than PC or Windows Phone. Microsoft was ‘all in’ on Windows. Other than the Surface, their mobile offerings have gone largely unnoticed by customers, who prefer the Android or Apple ecosystems for mobile.

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Configuring Office 365 on your iPad or iPhone

Today’s Post is brought to you by Andrew Atkins, IT Support Specialist

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Review of Surface Pro 3

I have been using the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 for a few months now.  Previously, I used a Lenovo ThinkPad x230 but I put it aside to put the Surface Pro 3 through the paces.  Here are my thoughts.  My requirements on a laptop are:

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Confused By All The New "Gadgets"...

Submitted by Graham Cobb, Projects Manager at Palmetto Technology Group, an Outsourced IT Support and Office 365 Specialist based in Greenville, SC.

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Office for iPad–What you need to know

Submitted by: Reed Wilson , President and Founder of PTG, a Microsoft Tier 3 Cloud Champion, Cloud Accelerate partner and Cloud deployment partner providing technology solutions including Office 365, Dynamics CRM, Private Cloud, and IT Infrastructure to businesses and enterprises nationally.

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