Archive for Month: January 2018

  • How To Boost Your Team’s Performance With Office 365

    Learn to run Microsoft Office 365 reports.  Use step-by-step instructions to create reports of data reflecting your company’s network user behavior and more. Joe, tech newbie at the Something, Inc. company, is aware of an intriguing-sounding data-generation and reporting platform called Office 365.  But, it’s mysterious.  Counter-but, Jane, senior tech admin across the hall, insists […]

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  • Plan the perfect Microsoft Office 365 Migration

    If you’re trying to figure whether Microsoft Office 365 is right for you, then migration should be one of your primary concerns. When it comes to a cloud-based suite like this, migrating to Office 365 from your current IT environment is no small task. That’s why you have to be sure you know what you’re […]

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  • Implementing Data Security for your small business

    Today’s small business owners are tasked with managing operations, employees and a wide range of things pertaining to the modern day business. It’s no surprise, then, that amid the hustle and bustle, some areas of importance are thrown to the wayside. Cybersecurity is often one of them. According to studies, the majority of small business […]

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  • Evolving PCI DSS 3.2 Requirements Become Mandatory On Feb. 1, 2018

    The latest updates from the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard, known as PCI DSS 3.2, will become mandatory on February 1, 2018. This will affect all merchants and service providers who accept credit card payments from Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. The creators of this iteration believe that PCI DSS 3.2 will provide […]

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  • What to know, and more importantly do, about Meltdown and Spectre.

    What you need to know. Researchers recently discovered how to exploit two design flaws in the processors used in most modern computers—Windows, Mac, and Linux machines, as well as many Android and iOS devices. This hardware flaw is present on Intel, AMD, and ARM processors manufactured over the past 10+ years, meaning that every computer […]

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  • Strategize Your Way To A Stellar 2018

    With the right guidance and advice, strategic IT planning can set your business on a path to greater success in 2018 and beyond. 2017 is behind us, andy many businesses are turning their attention to the year ahead. Planning out your objectives and goals for the coming months is a great way to make sure […]

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