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How to Keep Your Social Security Number Secure

Posted by Mike Hurt on May 29, 2018

Your Social Security Number (SSN) enables government agencies to identify individuals in their records and businesses to track each individual's financial information. It was originally created to track the earnings histories of U.S. workers ... Read More

Topics: managed IT services, computer security

My Computer Is SO Slow. How Can I Speed It Up?

Posted by Mike Hurt on May 16, 2018

Even if you have the patience of a saint, waiting for your computer to load can be some of the most maddening moments of your day. Those seconds (or minutes) that you wait for programs or web pages to load can be incredibly frustrating. Fortunately, most of the time you can get rid of those delays without too much trouble or expense. Start by ... Read More

Topics: computer security, computer maintenance

What Should I Do If My Facebook Account Is Hacked?

Posted by Mike Hurt on May 1, 2018

Many people use Facebook to stay connected with friends and family, to keep up with news and current events, and to entertain themselves with funny videos, games, and other content. Users’ accounts often contain a great deal of personal information, including photos of friends and family. As more and more applications integrate into the ... Read More

Topics: computer security

Can My Mac Be Infected with a Virus?

Posted by Mike Hurt on April 17, 2018

Many people are passionate about their Apple products for many good reasons. Apple’s user-friendly devices integrate easily and offer simple solutions to many consumers’ professional and personal needs. It’s a common misconception, however, that Macs are virus-proof. Although Macs are less likely to become infected with malware, spyware, or ... Read More

Topics: computer security

Checklist for Finding a Good Cloud Service Provider

Posted by Mike Hurt on March 20, 2018

One of the most valuable and vital components of any business is the data that keeps it running. It’s essential that business owners back up this data effectively and comprehensively as part of regular, ongoing business operations. ... Read More

Topics: computer security

Microsoft Azure Improves Security for Remote Workforces

Posted by Scott Breitman on March 6, 2018

It used to be that businesses controlled how their staff used and accessed data in the workforce by simple physical proximity: users came to work and accessed networks on company devices, and that was that. In today's more diverse workforce, people want to be able to work remotely and access their resources at any time without coming into the ... Read More

Topics: managed IT services, computer security

Should I Let My Kids Have Their Own Computers?

Posted by Mike Hurt on November 29, 2017

If you're a parent, your child has probably begged you for a computer at some point. Some kids are intent on getting the latest and greatest laptop or tablet to chat with friends, post photos, and search the web. Maybe you have a teenager who wants a powerful desktop computer for ... Read More

Topics: buying guides, computer security

What Equipment Should I Choose for My New Home Office? (Part 2/2)

Posted by Mike Hurt on November 16, 2017

It's one thing to set up the basic elements of your home office, such as your ... Read More

Topics: computer security

How to Teach Your Kids Good Internet Habits

Posted by Scott Breitman on October 19, 2017

It wasn't long ago that parents taught their kids about the dangers of talking to strangers in public. Nowadays, parents have much more to worry about than their kids' in-person interactions with strangers.

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Topics: computer security

5 Cornerstones of Home Computer Security

Posted by Mike Hurt on September 27, 2017

Learn how to make wise decisions when surfing the web, secure your home wireless network, and make sure you don't lose important data if faced with a sudden crisis. Here are our top computer security tips.

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Topics: computer security

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