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OneNote for Business Use: How to Stay Organized & Productive in the Workplace

On May 19th, 2017, posted in: Cloud Computing by Comments Off on OneNote for Business Use: How to Stay Organized & Productive in the Workplace

An integral part of the Office 365 platform, Microsoft OneNote is one of the most powerful productivity tools on the market. The program combines note taking, both handwritten and typed, screen clips, and even audio commentaries into an easy-to-use package. This makes Microsoft OneNote an excellent collaboration tool that businesses can utilize within the workplace..

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A Fool-Proof Formula for Easily Spotting Fake News

On May 3rd, 2017, posted in: Personal Tech Tips by Comments Off on A Fool-Proof Formula for Easily Spotting Fake News

“Fake news” has been a hot topic lately. But in truth, it’s nothing new. Since 1952, the National Inquirer has based their publication on salacious news, paving the way for the sensationalist tabloids you see today in supermarket checkouts. Now that the digital age is in full swing, this type of “click bait” news has..

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7 Warning Signs Your Business Network is Not Secure

On May 3rd, 2017, posted in: Security Threats by Comments Off on 7 Warning Signs Your Business Network is Not Secure

The security of your business network is at risk…now, more than ever. According to PhishMe, the number of phishing emails that included ransomware rose to a record level of 97.25% during Q3 2016, up from 92% in Q1 2016. While email is still a leading risk when it comes to cyber security, there are many..

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Limited-Time Offer – HP ProDisplay P232 23″ LED

On April 11th, 2017, posted in: Ontech News by Comments Off on Limited-Time Offer – HP ProDisplay P232 23″ LED

What You Need to Know About Cyber Liability

On April 6th, 2017, posted in: Security Threats by Comments Off on What You Need to Know About Cyber Liability

Imagine for a moment that a well-developed community of cyber criminals have targeted your company. They’ve not only targeted, they’ve infiltrated your network. Cyber criminals have gained access to not only employee’s names and contact information, but also customer data. If your organization needs to remain HIPAA or SOX compliant, this translates into significant violations..

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Detox and Declutter Your Digital Life in 5 Easy Steps

On April 6th, 2017, posted in: Personal Tech Tips by Comments Off on Detox and Declutter Your Digital Life in 5 Easy Steps

Spring is here and there’s no better time than now to declutter your life. While spring cleaning might immediately bring to mind organization and household chores, there’s something else that occupies a good deal of your “clutter”. Digital clutter. Whether you realize it or not, it stresses you out on a daily basis. That’s right,..

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Office 365 for Business: 7 Ways it can revolutionize Your Workplace

On April 4th, 2017, posted in: Cloud Computing by Comments Off on Office 365 for Business: 7 Ways it can revolutionize Your Workplace

From the smallest startups to the largest multinational corporations, businesses everywhere can harness the power of Office 365 for business. Office 365 uses a cloud-based model that offers businesses greater efficiency, anywhere access, enhanced security, lower costs and a host of other amazing benefits. Representing the most profound change yet, instead of relying on individual..

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Register for the “Microsoft Azure 101” Event

On April 4th, 2017, posted in: Events by Comments Off on Register for the “Microsoft Azure 101” Event

Cloud Computing for Small Business: 7 Signs you’re ready to Move to the Cloud

On March 14th, 2017, posted in: Cloud Computing by Comments Off on Cloud Computing for Small Business: 7 Signs you’re ready to Move to the Cloud

Cloud computing for small business offers a number of significant advantages – from lower costs to enhanced data security. Once your data is stored safely in the cloud, you’ll have peace of mind knowing your sensitive customer and proprietary data is safe and protected. For many businesses, data backup and cloud computing are not exactly..

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Spring Forward with 3 Smartphone Security Do’s and Don’ts

On March 1st, 2017, posted in: Personal Tech Tips by Comments Off on Spring Forward with 3 Smartphone Security Do’s and Don’ts

It’s nearly that time of the year again when we spring forward, reset our clocks and lose an hour of sleep. But if you’re like most people, you won’t need to reset your clock because your smartphone IS your clock, your alarm, your calendar…and much more for that matter. It’s easy to forget your smartphone..

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