The Importance of Physical Security

The Importance of Physical Security

When you hear “security” and “IT” together, you probably think about cybersecurity. After all, in today’s technology-driven world, cybersecurity threats and breaches make headlines on an almost daily basis. And while it’s true that cybersecurity is a big part of...

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15 Tips on how to promote small businesses with Facebook

1. How to Promote Your Facebook Business Page for Free Once you get your Facebook page up and running, the next thing you need to do is to invite friends and family to “Like” the page. Inviting friends and family to like your page is advantageous because...

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Performance Driven Dashboards

Performance Driven Dashboards

Drive supply chain and manufacturing performance and optimization Few industries are as competitive as manufacturing and supply chain management. And in today’s market, competing on a global scale is imperative to long term growth and prosperity. The key to optimizing...

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The Importance of Keeping Web and Mobile Sites Optimized

1. Better Search Engine Ranking and Visibility In April of 2015, Google decided to finally put their foot down regarding websites that ignored the needs of mobile users. Websites that met their mobile-friendly design guidelines would get a ranking boost for all mobile...

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Startup Tips for Small Business Professionals

Make a business plan Having an idea is one thing, but having a legitimate business plan is another story. A proper business plan gives you a significant advantage. So how do you make a business plan? In simple terms, a business plan is the written description of your...

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Informational Tech And Your Business

How Important Is Information Technology Management And Why Does Your Business Need It? IT management or information technology simply refers to the process of making your technology work for you better. In essence, IT management allows you make the best of your...

Is Your Phone/Amazon Echo/Google Assistant Listening To You?

Is Your Phone/Amazon Echo/Google Assistant Listening To You?

Ever since George Orwell’s classic assertion that “Big Brother is watching you,” people have been paranoid about the government listening in on our private conversations. In his book 1984, the spying devices were television screens in the home. But has that technology...

Securing Baby Monitor Cameras and Webcams from Hackers

Securing Baby Monitor Cameras and Webcams from Hackers

  For parents, it’s the stuff of nightmares—installing a baby monitor camera in your nursery to protect your child only to find out it has been compromised by a hacker who is now able to see your sleeping infant. When these devices started to become common place,...

The Importance of Physical Security

The Importance of Physical Security

When you hear “security” and “IT” together, you probably think about cybersecurity. After all, in today’s technology-driven world, cybersecurity threats and breaches make headlines on an almost daily basis. And while it’s true that cybersecurity is a big part of...

Ways to Secure Home Wi-fi and Warnings about Sharing Passwords

Ways to Secure Home Wi-fi and Warnings about Sharing Passwords

Most people spend a lot of time making sure their computers have proper virus protection and security but there’s often something forgotten. The wi-fi router and it’s security. It’s often out of sight and out of mind after the initial install. Not updating your wi-fi...

15 Tips on how to promote small businesses with Facebook

1. How to Promote Your Facebook Business Page for Free Once you get your Facebook page up and running, the next thing you need to do is to invite friends and family to “Like” the page. Inviting friends and family to like your page is advantageous because...

Performance Driven Dashboards

Performance Driven Dashboards

Drive supply chain and manufacturing performance and optimization Few industries are as competitive as manufacturing and supply chain management. And in today’s market, competing on a global scale is imperative to long term growth and prosperity. The key to optimizing...

Think Your Information is Safe? Think Again

Think Your Information is Safe? Think Again

  Every time you get on social media and share a photo or search for some random question on a search engine, your information is being stored. It is saved, sorted and circulated so your information is then being shared with lots of unexpected places that you are...

Deciding What Type of Web Marketing Your Company Needs

Deciding What Type of Web Marketing Your Company Needs

Why a Marketing Strategy Matters No plan = NO Customers. Bottom line is that your literal bottom line will suffer both short term and long term unless you are able to determine which types of marketing mediums and channels are best suited to your brand and audience....

The Critical Role your Business’s Name Plays in Your Success

The Critical Role your Business’s Name Plays in Your Success

  Believe it or not, the name of your business, in large part, lays the foundation for the future success or failure of the brand. Your business’s name is what developers your target audience’s first impression of your company, and as they say, you only get one...

Why Restarting Your Computer Helps

Why Restarting Your Computer Helps

We’ve all been there before. Your computer starts slowing down or freezing up, and you’re forced to throw your hands up in frustration, call tech support, or, perhaps, restart your machine? Opting for tech support often results in you waiting on hold for what feels...

What are Cookies and Why do They Matter?

What are Cookies and Why do They Matter?

Bring up the word “cookies” and most people’s minds drift to grandma’s famous chocolate chip recipe right out of the oven. But in the context of the internet, browsers and computers, “cookies” take on a whole different meaning altogether. Cookie, as you’ll come to...

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Strategies for Marketing a Niche Business

If you are a small business owner or a solopreneur, narrowing your business down to a niche can actually boost your business. It sounds crazy, but getting really good at delivering a small number of specialized products or services to like-minded customers can improve...

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How Digital Marketing Affects Consumer Behavior

Digital marketing and its disruption are here and opening new opportunities for businesses to expand and reach an even larger audience. Where we’ve come from In the last 20 years, we’ve moved from getting our news and advertising in measured doses from TV and...

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Digital Marketing vs. Traditional Marketing

Should a business spend its marketing budget on traditional marketing, with its long and successful heritage, or digital marketing, a relative newcomer? Or does a blended approach make the most sense? Print was the first form of traditional marketing If you don’t...

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Using Facebook to Market Your Small Business

Facebook is the most widely used social media platform for businesses and as many as 41 percent of small businesses in the U.S. use it as part of their marketing strategy. However, a lot of business owners have reported that their efforts are not as effective as they...

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How to Bring More Customers in to Your Local Business

In order for any business to earn a share of the marketplace, there are four critical areas they need to work on: Engage, Grow, Increase, and Results. Engage You need to be able to engage your audience (in this case your potential customers). We can assist in...

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Local Promotion Guide

Local Promotion Guide

In this day and age, having an online presence can be the best thing you do for your business. People search for what they need through search engines, typing in certain keywords to help them find businesses or services in their area. This is where local SEO...

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Get The Most Out Of Your Online Shop Using Shopial

Get The Most Out Of Your Online Shop Using Shopial

Do you have a shiny new online shop, with a service like Shopify or Etsy, but aren’t making your sales goals? Promoting your items on Facebook is one idea, but what if your store actually existed on Facebook? We’ve discovered a new tool called Shopial that will allow...

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Easily Find The Images You Need To Make Your Posts Pop

Easily Find The Images You Need To Make Your Posts Pop

Post any images on social media recently? You might’ve spent more time than you wanted searching for the perfect image to go along with you post. Image posts get 179% more interactions than text only posts. A no-brainer for trying to convert some of your social media...

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Easily Create Entertaining Videos for Promotions

Easily Create Entertaining Videos for Promotions

Video content is shared on Facebook more than any other post type, averaging 89.5 shares per video. Creating a video to promote your golf course seems difficult or unapproachable if you don’t have experience. It doesn’t have to be difficult if you find a decent tool...

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Why Digital Marketing is Important

The online marketplace is extremely lucrative, with 96 percent of Americans making purchases on the internet. The majority of those shoppers prefer the internet for shopping over having to deal with crowds, lines, and product availability in brick-and-mortar stores....

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5 Digital Marketing Trends to Watch Out for in 2018

Being able to adapt to industry trends is the hallmark of a successful business owner. There are more platforms that ever before that owners and advertisers can utilize to drive traffic to their website, get people in the door of their brick-and-mortar shop, and...

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Strategies for Marketing a Niche Business

If you are a small business owner or a solopreneur, narrowing your business down to a niche can actually boost your business. It sounds crazy, but getting really good at delivering a small number of specialized products or services to like-minded customers can improve...

read more

How Digital Marketing Affects Consumer Behavior

Digital marketing and its disruption are here and opening new opportunities for businesses to expand and reach an even larger audience. Where we’ve come from In the last 20 years, we’ve moved from getting our news and advertising in measured doses from TV and...

read more

Digital Marketing vs. Traditional Marketing

Should a business spend its marketing budget on traditional marketing, with its long and successful heritage, or digital marketing, a relative newcomer? Or does a blended approach make the most sense? Print was the first form of traditional marketing If you don’t...

read more

Using Facebook to Market Your Small Business

Facebook is the most widely used social media platform for businesses and as many as 41 percent of small businesses in the U.S. use it as part of their marketing strategy. However, a lot of business owners have reported that their efforts are not as effective as they...

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How to Bring More Customers in to Your Local Business

In order for any business to earn a share of the marketplace, there are four critical areas they need to work on: Engage, Grow, Increase, and Results. Engage You need to be able to engage your audience (in this case your potential customers). We can assist in...

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Social Media Management tips and tricks

In June 2017, Facebook’s monthly user count passed the two billion mark — that’s over 1/4 of the global population. Social media as a whole is growing at a tremendous pace, and more businesses are starting to take notice of its potential in the advertising world. As...

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Importance of Analytics for Businesses Big and Small

For most businesses, the top priority is offering valuable products and services to their consumers. The best way to do this is to stay ahead of their competition and keep innovating. In the past, companies would use flawed, time-consuming models to gauge how their...

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Why should I have a newsletter? Who cares what I’m up to?

When it comes to marketing campaigns, a newsletter isn’t likely the first idea that comes to mind. However, despite its reputation as a “boring” or antiquated tool, newsletters can offer a unique way to connect, communicate with and sell to, your customer base. Heck,...

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Is Your Printer Spying On You? Yes, It Might Be

Ask any IT specialist what the most aggravating part of their job is and it probably won’t be foreign hackers or incompetent users who think they know more than they really do. No, chances are that their biggest nightmare is a little device that most of us take for...

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Equifax Has More Than One Bad Day

One of the biggest problems with all of the media attention given to corporate hacking is that after a while it almost becomes blasé. We become so used to hearing about yet another online invasion that has left customer data in jeopardy that we almost start to think...

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Phones Vulnerable To Ransomware? Yes, They Are.

In 2014, Hollywood was turned upside down when personal photos of several high-profile actresses were hacked and released on the Internet. Apple quickly scrambled to fix the problem, citing that it was an issue with their “Find My Phone” app and the iCloud service. ...

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KRACK Attack

It seems like every other day, we are hearing about some new hack or website attack that shows the vulnerability of different websites and network systems. But one recently hit the mainstream media, and for good reason. The recent “KRACK Attack” has garnered this...

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Not Another Microsoft Patch Tuesday

If it’s Tuesday in your office, then chances are that means one thing: it’s time for another Windows patch/update from Microsoft. These have been rolling out pretty steadily for some time and it goes back to the business model of putting out a product that is not...

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Backup Horror Stories

Ask someone to name something scary, and chances are you'll hear about fears of spiders, snakes, or creepy clowns. But in today’s society, with cybercrime on the rise, you’ll probably also find “loss of computer data” on that list of fears. We’ve become so reliant on...

How to Protect Your Data from a Natural Disaster

As 2017 comes to a close, many of us will remember the slate of natural disasters that have hit the country over the last 12 months. From hurricanes in the fall that hit Texas, Louisiana, Florida, and Puerto Rico to wildfires blazing out of control in California,...

4 Ways to Protect Your Company From a Cyber Attack

There is an old saying that a chain is only as strong as its weakest link. That is definitely the way it works for cyber security. Unfortunately, many employees in some companies have proven themselves to be the weak link in their network security chain. Staying one...

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Covers the Cyber Threats Facing Hospitals

You would think that the last place to learn about the latest cyber threats facing the healthcare industry would be the television show "Grey’s Anatomy."  But a recent episode of the hit show focused on a topic that has become a legitimate issue at hospitals...

Is Your Printer Spying On You? Yes, It Might Be

Ask any IT specialist what the most aggravating part of their job is and it probably won’t be foreign hackers or incompetent users who think they know more than they really do. No, chances are that their biggest nightmare is a little device that most of us take for...

Equifax Has More Than One Bad Day

One of the biggest problems with all of the media attention given to corporate hacking is that after a while it almost becomes blasé. We become so used to hearing about yet another online invasion that has left customer data in jeopardy that we almost start to think...

Phones Vulnerable To Ransomware? Yes, They Are.

In 2014, Hollywood was turned upside down when personal photos of several high-profile actresses were hacked and released on the Internet. Apple quickly scrambled to fix the problem, citing that it was an issue with their “Find My Phone” app and the iCloud service. ...

Top Concerns for IT Directors in 2018

When you look back at 2017 and see all the Internet nightmares that occurred, it’s easy to see why IT directors have had their blood pressure steadily rise. Last year saw the rise of ransomware, including the WannaCry hack that impacted everything from businesses to...

2017 Saw More Cyber Attacks Than Ever Before

The year 2017 seems to have broken all kinds of records, from movie ticket sales to digital downloads. But one concerning trend was that 2017 saw more cyber attacks than any other year before it. This yearly increase is a trend that has been ongoing for about the last...

Tips on How to Protect Your Identity after the Equifax Hack

All the high-profile hacks in 2017 made it difficult to keep track of how severe and widespread many of the hacks actually were. Certainly one of the most troubling was the Equifax hack – it was one of the largest to date and involved a credit agency that people...

Are All Hackers Monsters? The Answer Will Surprise You

Ask the average person to describe a hacker or “cybercriminal,” and chances are you would probably get a stereotype straight out of Hollywood: a guy with a vaguely Eastern European accent sitting in a cramped, dark room, dressed like the Unabomber or an extra from Mr....

How Will Net Neutrality Affect Me?

As the New Year begins, one of the biggest topics in the tech field is net neutrality. After the FCC voted to end net neutrality in December, the Internet erupted with a variety of theories as to what would happen to Internet access in the coming year. As with most...

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5 Ways to Protect Your Data on Facebook

The recent testimony of Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, before congressional investigators has only underscored what many of us have known for a while—social media can be potentially dangerous when it comes to the data that is being collected on you by outside...

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What is GDPR and How Does It Affect You?

In the last decade, data has become king, and one of the biggest issues for cyber security experts has been protecting that data. With several high-profile hacks including the Equifax breach, it is obvious that hackers are targeting data storehouses in an attempt to...

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Why Do You Need to Outsource IT Services?

While operating and maintaining IT by yourself is a good option, there are instances where you are better off outsourcing this aspect to a contractor. A startup can only get away with in-house support until it needs greater facilities for storage and data security....

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Could The Next Hurricane Harvey Flood Your Inbox?

Many Americans sat helpless as we watched the devastation that has recently hit the southern parts of the country. This started with Hurricane Harvey in Texas and Louisiana. Hurricane Irma then hit the Southeast and Hurricane Maria devastated multiple areas,...

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Get in tune with your prospects using Answer The Public

Get in tune with your prospects using Answer The Public

Knowing what questions your prospects are asking about your niche can help you produce better content, and help you rank better in search engines. For a while now one way to do this was to type in a keyword, and take note of what would come up in Google suggestions. A...

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How to Research your Competitors with iSpionage

How to Research your Competitors with iSpionage

If you’re thinking about starting a Pay Per Click campaign, or you’re looking to improve your organic ranking in search engines, the place to start is competitor research. Looking at the keywords your competitors put money into, or rank for, can help you be much more...

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Securing Baby Monitor Cameras and Webcams from Hackers

Securing Baby Monitor Cameras and Webcams from Hackers

  For parents, it’s the stuff of nightmares—installing a baby monitor camera in your nursery to protect your child only to find out it has been compromised by a hacker who is now able to see your sleeping infant. When these devices started to become common place,...

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The Importance of Physical Security

The Importance of Physical Security

When you hear “security” and “IT” together, you probably think about cybersecurity. After all, in today’s technology-driven world, cybersecurity threats and breaches make headlines on an almost daily basis. And while it’s true that cybersecurity is a big part of...

read more

5 Ways to Protect Your Data on Facebook

The recent testimony of Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, before congressional investigators has only underscored what many of us have known for a while—social media can be potentially dangerous when it comes to the data that is being collected on you by outside...

read more

What is GDPR and How Does It Affect You?

In the last decade, data has become king, and one of the biggest issues for cyber security experts has been protecting that data. With several high-profile hacks including the Equifax breach, it is obvious that hackers are targeting data storehouses in an attempt to...

read more

Why Do You Need to Outsource IT Services?

While operating and maintaining IT by yourself is a good option, there are instances where you are better off outsourcing this aspect to a contractor. A startup can only get away with in-house support until it needs greater facilities for storage and data security....

read more

Could The Next Hurricane Harvey Flood Your Inbox?

Many Americans sat helpless as we watched the devastation that has recently hit the southern parts of the country. This started with Hurricane Harvey in Texas and Louisiana. Hurricane Irma then hit the Southeast and Hurricane Maria devastated multiple areas,...

read more
Think Your Information is Safe? Think Again

Think Your Information is Safe? Think Again

  Every time you get on social media and share a photo or search for some random question on a search engine, your information is being stored. It is saved, sorted and circulated so your information is then being shared with lots of unexpected places that you are...

read more
Deciding What Type of Web Marketing Your Company Needs

Deciding What Type of Web Marketing Your Company Needs

Why a Marketing Strategy Matters No plan = NO Customers. Bottom line is that your literal bottom line will suffer both short term and long term unless you are able to determine which types of marketing mediums and channels are best suited to your brand and audience....

read more
Why Restarting Your Computer Helps

Why Restarting Your Computer Helps

We’ve all been there before. Your computer starts slowing down or freezing up, and you’re forced to throw your hands up in frustration, call tech support, or, perhaps, restart your machine? Opting for tech support often results in you waiting on hold for what feels...

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What are Cookies and Why do They Matter?

What are Cookies and Why do They Matter?

Bring up the word “cookies” and most people’s minds drift to grandma’s famous chocolate chip recipe right out of the oven. But in the context of the internet, browsers and computers, “cookies” take on a whole different meaning altogether. Cookie, as you’ll come to...

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