RDP Credentials Are For Sale On The Dark Web. Are Yours?

Remote Desktop Protocol or "RDP" attacks have been a primary focal point for hackers during the pandemic due to increased work-from-home scenarios. RDP credentials are being sold for only few dollars on the dark web. Here's what you need to know to avoid allowing hackers access to your data in this type of situation. 

Read More »

Summer Blackouts: What You Should Know And How To Prepare Your Business

If your business or organization has ever experienced power issues, then you know the havoc it can cause to your business' productivity. Learn what you can do about it in this post. (6-minute read).

Read More »

These 4 Tech Innovations Displayed at Microsoft Inspire are Full of Rich Opportunities.

Microsoft held their Microsoft Inspire and Microsoft Ready events in Las Vegas last week and PTG's sales and marketing teams were there. Here are a few of the demonstrations that really impressed us. 

Read More »

Ignite 2017: What you need to know

A few members of our service team spent last week at Microsoft Ignite, the annual conference for IT admins, engineers, computer scientists and other technical folks. Most every Microsoft conference includes major product announcements, and Ignite 2017 was no exception.

Most focused on the tech side (hello, quantum computing), but there were also some product announcements that will likely affect the day to day of every employee – not just IT admins.

Here’s what you need to know:

Read More »

Stop Storing Your Passwords on Your Desktop

You’ve heard the advice before about good password practices: Use a combination of uppercase, lowercase, numbers and special characters. Don’t use common words (especially “password”). Change your password regularly. Use a different password for every login.

You follow them as best you can. Maybe your company even has the policies enforced so you must follow them. But it gets hard to remember all those weird passwords. So, you start writing them down. Maybe it’s an Excel file saved on your desktop. Or emails you saved in a folder in Outlook. Or a piece of paper under your computer.

Stop doing this. Right now.

Read More »
New Call-to-action

Posts by Topic

see all