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Political Campaigns Are Big Targets for Hackers Right Now

As you read this, hackers all over the world are sharing successful phishing scripts with each other and composing messages that will open the door to the next big breach. One of their main targets? American politics.

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How to Use Microsoft MyAnalytics to Improve Your Productivity.

We've all heard the phrase, "time is money," but do we really know how to leverage this form of currency to be more productive for us? Here's one way to get started. 

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Foldable! Wearable! A Piece of Wood! This Technology Will Change The Way We Work in 2020.

As CES 2020 and other recent events indicate, technology is set to change business and work culture in some pretty impactful ways.

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How To Protect Against A Data Breach In 2020 - 3 Often Overlooked Ways.

Companies like Equifax and Marriott faced expensive consequences in 2019 for the data breaches they suffered. Here's how to avoid being the next victim facing serious legal and recovery fees. 

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2019 IT Trends Your Small Business Can Still Use in 2020

 

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When An Email Costs You Millions of Dollars

How Two Russian Hackers Spent Over a Decade Stealing Boatloads of Cash From American Businesses and Organizations.

 

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Here's Exciting New Things Microsoft Teams Rolled Out Recently

Microsoft recently announced that Teams now has 20 million active daily users--up from 13 million less than four months ago. There's one big reason for this sudden uptick in users.

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Five Things to Include in your 2020 Technology Budget

This time of year is budgeting time for many companies. With technology continuing to evolve, there are almost too many options when it comes to deciding what to include in your budget—especially when you throw considerations like virtual meetings and remote work into the mix. Here are some critical items you'll need to have.

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Things to do in Office 365 BEFORE you get breached

Cloud-based services, including Office 365, Google Drive, DropBox, and many more, are a big target for cyber criminals. Since the services are not behind your firewall, anyone with access to the internet can try to target your account and access sensitive information. 

Fortunately,  there are some easy—and free!—things you can do make your Office 365 environment more secure. Unfortunately, almost no one wants to do these things until after their account gets compromised.

 

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Be Aware of Amazon Phishing Attempts This Holiday Season

This time of year, 80% of holiday shoppers will use Amazon for some of their gift purchases (according to CPC Strategy).

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