Tech Tip Tuesday: Passwords

Do you take passwords for granted? Passwords seem to be required for everything these days. It’s hard to keep track of all of them and password policies are annoying, often requiring up to 8 or even 15 characters, capital letters, symbols and numbers, and they only seem to be getting more complex. The thing is, […]

Tech Tip Tuesday: Ransomware

New ransomware on the horizon, are you prepared? Ransomware has become one of the most damaging threats from the internet for both home and business users. Ransomware gains access to computers when people open email attachments or download the ransomware through false advertising. The most recent and well-known versions run silently in the background encrypting […]

Tech Tip Tuesday: Malware

Do you know how to prevent malware? Malware (malicious software) is more prevalent today than ever before. There is a lot of software out there to protect you from it, but the primary key to securing your system is you. Educating yourself on the right habits to have while browsing the internet and reading emails is […]

Tech Tip Tuesday: Updates

When did you last install Windows Updates? Windows updates always seem to install at the worst moments to interrupt our day, but why are they so important? Simply put, Windows Updates prevent problems. Not only do the updates address general bugs and issues of the Windows operating system to hopefully give you a smoother and […]

Tech Tip Tuesday: Backups

Have you ever lost important files? Backups can mean the difference between a mild setback or living through your own personal disaster. Backing up your data is crucial. For businesses, data loss can cause days of lost productivity and can even lead to business failure. Individuals who don’t backup can lose cherished files like family […]