People don't usually think about small business when discussing cyber security. The media covers breaches in governmental and big business security in excess. These entities usually have lucrative targets that attract the attention of hackers but are often backed up with an extremely protective network security system that's difficult to crack.
Keep sensitive and important data off DEVICES and in the cloud
If a laptop is stolen or lost, and the data is not backed up, you just lost it all. Worst of all, even if you had it locked with a strong password, it’s very likely to get cracked. Once the thief succeeds, any private data that is unencrypted is free for the taking.
SharePoint by itself is a powerhouse. This can easily store all of your company’s information in one easy to access location.
While it is a web-based app, you don’t need to worry about anyone googling your business name + Sharepoint to find your highly confidential secret sauce to what makes your company the best.
Not too long ago, you had to have your degree in graphic design and some pretty special software to really make your work stand out.
These days, you don’t need to spend tons of money on that degree or specialty software to design graphics that are really impressive.
In today's online world passwords are the first line of defense protecting our accounts and personal information. Here are some tips to help keep you protected.
1. We recommend creating a password containing 8 or more characters.
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Email is still one of the primary ways we communicate, both in our personal and professional lives. However, quite often we can be our own worst enemy when using email. Here are the most common mistakes people make with email and how to avoid them.
Many people burn themselves every day while cooking in their kitchens. There’s a new product on the market that aims to prevent these injuries. After firefighter Eric Le Blanc responded to back-to-back kitchen burns involving children, he knew there had to be a safer alternative.
Not long ago, I had the opportunity to sit down with Carter Cast, the author behind The Right – And Wrong - Stuff: How Brilliant Careers Are Made and Unmade. Hiring success has a great influence on career success, and we discussed five negative archetypes that confront employers while filling a job opening.