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Best practices for SMB Facebook pages

Best practices for SMB Facebook pages

One point five billion people check Facebook every single day. That’s a lot of potential business for companies that take the time to manage and update their profile. There are lots of ways to simplify social media engagement that don’t require much time or money, but these six are our favorites.

5 Easy tips for preventing data breaches

5 Easy tips for preventing data breaches

Keeping your personal and professional information safe from cybercriminals is not easy. It takes constant vigilance and frequent training. There are dozens of simple tools and tips to help people with almost zero expertise stay safe online, but these five are our favorites.

The Thrills and Fears of New Technology

The Thrills and Fears of New Technology

Consider the advent of digital music and those who hated it. Fans didn't hate it: they were trading tracks for free on the Internet. It was CD makers, album artists, music stores, and most of the record labels, which attempted to copyright, block, sue or otherwise stop digital music.

Upgrade or Just Update?

Upgrade or Just Update?

Software companies release updates to add features, update current features and patch vulnerabilities. These updates address functionality and security concerns from users like you. So, how do you know if you should just keep updating or if it’s time for an upgrade?

What are updates? Updates simply modify the current product with the latest additional features, security patches, and enhancements.

3 Most Common Technology Pitfalls for Small Businesses and How to Turn Over a New Leaf

3 Most Common Technology Pitfalls for Small Businesses and How to Turn Over a New Leaf

Business owners across the nation often cringe when they hear the words IT Management. So much of our time is spent engaging clients and vendors through the use of tools online and in our office. However, often progress is stalled because of a hardware failure, software glitch, incompatibility, or even data loss (this list could go on forever as I am sure you know.

Why you need Hardware-as-a-Service

Why you need Hardware-as-a-Service

The new flashy set of PCs your company just bought last year are becoming outdated, and you don’t have enough IT staff to maintain them. If this is your current situation, it might be time to consider Hardware-as-a-Service (HaaS), a pay-as-you-go model where you pay your managed services provider (MSP) a monthly fee to take care of all your hardware needs.