How to Avoid These 4 IT Mistakes As Your Company Grows

Mistakes

Have you noticed that your technology is struggling to keep up as the company expands over time? If so, you’re not alone. Many companies solely focus on increasing their sales without considering whether their technology will be able to  accommodate their growth. Here are several IT mistakes you should try to avoid as your business starts to grow: Mistake #1 Your Technology Does Not Align With the Company’s Overall Goals

Why Is 2-Factor Authentication Important?

2-Factor Authentication

Hacking is becoming more common as major websites have had data leaks containing emails, passwords, and other sensitive information. This kind of hacking has made international headlines and brought the issue of cybersecurity and internet safety to the forefront. Any computer that gets infected and that contains your personal information can make the victim of identity theft. The most serious cases of hacking will include hackers getting far more than

5 Handy Tips To Keep In Mind When Using Microsoft Word

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Microsoft Word is one of the most common software suits in the world and is likely to be the leading name recognized around the world. However, the software is so well known that it’s hard to call anyone who uses such basic software something of a “power user”. However, for our weekly tips we are going to dive a bit deeper into the true capabilities of Microsoft Word and show

Computer Tip of the Day: Browse Safely

Browse Safely

All of us at one point or another have used the internet for work, school, entertainment, etc. We spend countless hours browsing the news, shopping, watching videos, even ordering food all from our computers or smartphones. In fact, in 2015, it was estimated that young ones between the ages of 16 and 24 spent more than 27 hours a week on the internet. But as activist Simon Wiesenthal once said, “The combination

Understanding Computer Operating Systems

Operating Systems

What’s better? Is it Microsoft Windows, Apple Macintosh, Apple iOS, Android, Linux, or something else?  These are all examples of computer operating systems installed on common types of computer hardware such as desktop, laptop, tablet, and smartphone computers. Other common questions that arise when deciding to acquire or purchase a computer include: Does the operating system installed significantly increase the cost of the computer? Can the operating system run the programs needed to carry out the desired