How to Speed Up a Slow Office Printer

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(3.5-min read) Adjusting a few settings can drastically speed up your print jobs. Whether that critical meeting taking place five minutes from now slipped your mind (it’s ok if you want to check your calendar, we’ll wait…) or you need to print off the latest stats before the office closes, slow printers can be infuriating….Read Full Article

Remotely Safe: How to Keep Business Network Access Secure with Remote Workers

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(4-min read) You’ll be hard-pressed to find a company that doesn’t allow any remote access to sensitive networks for workers when away from the office. Though convenient, this access presents a challenge for data security. How can you keep sensitive company data secure while allowing remote workers access to it while they use a variety…Read Full Article

Unnecessary: Collecting & Storing Too Much Personal Customer Data

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(4-min read) Common business knowledge says that the more you know about your customers, the better you can serve them. While this may be true from a service and marketing angle, when it comes to cybersecurity threats, what you choose to gather may come back to bite you in the event of a data breach….Read Full Article

The Importance of Securing Physical Data Storage Equipment

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(3.5-min read) Even Before Cybersecurity, Lock Down Your Physical Security With a particular focus on cybersecurity for business data systems can come a lapse in physical security. Whether a physical drive is left in public, internal doors to storage facilities left unlocked, or filing cabinets are left unsecured when not in use, physical data leaks…Read Full Article

IT Chats: Managed Network Service Considerations, Part 1

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(4-min read) There is a common saying, “You don’t know what you don’t know.” All too often, we can’t achieve the right answers if we don’t know the right questions to ask. Let’s take a look at five managed network considerations that IT departments should be able to answer. 1. Diversification of Encryption Data encryption…Read Full Article

IT Analyst Burnout: How Cyberthreats Exhaust Your IT Department


(3-min read) They’re Sapped Even though they may not readily admit it, most company IT analysts are on the verge of burnout. Why? Well, you would be too if your role depended on keeping an ever-evolving crop of cyber threats at bay. It may feel like every week a new crop of devices emerge that…Read Full Article

The Consequences of Sleeping on New System Updates

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(3-min read) A young boy once asked his father,  “Dad, what is being an adult all about?”  The father just sighed and replied,  “Well, you know those software update notifications? Adulthood is clicking ‘Remind Me Later’ every day until you eventually die.”  For some, this joke is a reality. Whether you’re using a Mac or…Read Full Article