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4 Data Breach Protection Tips for Small Business Owners

Categories: TCI Tips, small business, business security, Cybersecurity

28 June

As the frequency of malicious software attacks increases, so too does the importance of maintaining strong cybersecurity policies. For most small businesses, a data breach signals disaster. But, if your business’ sensitive information is effectively fortified, you can steer clear of catastrophe.

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What are the Benefits of Using VoIP for Business?

Categories: VoIP, small business, Business VoIP

22 June

All businesses, both small and large, need efficient methods of telecommunication in order to operate smoothly. Cost effectiveness, reliability and capability are often concerns of business owners when they consider buying a new product. Luckily, all three of those things are major benefits of using VoIP for business!

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How to Avoid Being Victimized by Credit Card Skimmers

Categories: Credit Cards

14 June

Credit card theft, particularly skimming, is a common way by which consumers are cheated out of credit card data. Skimming refers to the reading of your credit or debit card’s magnetic strip by a malicious device installed on a payment terminal or ATM by a thief. In this blog, we tell you how to beat credit card skimmers and keep your card safe.

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Microsoft Buys LinkedIn, Moves into Social Media Market

Categories: microsoft

13 June

“Microsoft buys LinkedIn.” This message flooded social media and news outlets throughout the morning of Monday, June 13. The acquisition of LinkedIn by Microsoft for $26.2 billion signals a foray by the tech giant into the world of social media.

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Locky Virus: The Latest Ransomware of 2016

Categories: malware, Cybersecurity, Ransomware

07 June

While its name sounds kind of silly, the Locky Virus has been one of the most active and dangerous malwares of 2016. One of the latest examples of ransomware, Locky essentially holds your files hostage by encrypting them. It then prompts you to pay Bitcoins to recover your files, similarly to CryptoWall.

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