3 Reasons Why it Makes Sense to Outsource Your Email Management

Submitted by admin on May 11, 2017
How many emails does your organization receive every day? Chances are that you can’t find time in your day-to-day operations to maintain and manage your email solution as well as you’d like, and in a world where threats to your organization’s network lurk around every corner, you can never be too careful. How can you make sure that you’re taking proper care of your business’s email infrastructure, without sacrificing the time and manpower required to do so? Managed IT services allow your business to function without worrying about the status of your IT. This includes email and any services related to it. We’ll discuss three ways that our managed email solution is the best fit for your organization.

3 Reasons Why Businesses are Flocking to VoIP Phone Systems

Submitted by admin on April 10, 2017
Telephone solutions have long been a part of the business environment, but it’s not always a simple process to implement, as no two organizations are the same. How many users do you have? How many telephone units do you need? How many wires will you need to run through your office? These questions, and more, make it much more appealing to consider a digital voice telephony system for your business’s needs.

How to Check If Your Accounts Have Been Hacked

Submitted by admin on April 05, 2017
These days just about every app and website gives users an account that is tied to an email address with a password. If you're like most people, you have multiple online accounts. In fact, the average person has 27 online accounts. It is therefore understandable that so many end users resort to using the same email address and easy to remember password for some or all of those accounts.

How Using an Inconspicuous SSID for Your Wi-Fi Deters Hackers

Submitted by admin on March 30, 2017
When you turn on your device’s Wi-Fi capabilities, do you ever take the time to look at some of the names of your neighbors’ connections? You’ll see some rather boring names as well; some might just use the name of their organization or the family’s name, or even just the default SSID used by the router. The fact of the matter is that a wireless network name that’s easy to gloss over is a best practice for network security.

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