With so much interactive technology that can truly streamline the way we work and collaborate with one another, businesses are able to literally transform their office spaces to spur productivity. These items will be key pieces of smart offices in the future.
Most people understand that cyberattacks are often conducted via email. However, few actually know how to successfully recognize common types of spoof emails. In this blog, we’ll break down a couple of examples.
Every year, cybercriminal Grinches rejoice at the fact that they can make some easy money by stealing credit card information from unsuspecting victims. Learn to recognize and avoid holiday scams this year so you don’t have your holidays ruined and your identity stolen.
Nearly everyone has a basic understanding of how to use Microsoft Word, but a surprising amount of people never really learn more than typing, spellchecking and printing. In this blog, we’ll break down a few Microsoft Word tips and tricks that will make you more productive when using the application.
ShareSync is a useful cloud backup, file sync and file sharing service. Although it’s relatively simple to navigate, many people don’t learn how to use ShareSync properly, simply because they don’t understand why it’s so important.
Saving files in a central location that you and your coworkers can access streamlines your work process drastically. Use these quick tips to make the most of your company’s shared network folders.
The Google Pixel 3, the latest flagship phone to contend with the iPhone and Galaxy, is officially available for purchase in the United States. Let’s look further into this brand new phone and its specifications.
October marks National Cyber Security Awareness Month. Online safety in the workplace is a shared responsibility between all levels of employees, from the owners down to the interns. Use these simple tips to stay safe online.
The Microsoft Outlook calendar can be one of your best friends when it comes to keeping track of important meetings, events and deadlines. These tips will help you navigate and organize your calendar with ease.
We’ve all received spam emails before, and most of us are pretty good at identifying which messages are phony without even opening them. However, there is a sinister breed of spam emails that employ familiar email addresses to send fake messages, enticing even the foremost cyber security experts to open them. It’s called the “spoof…