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Can Your Data Survive a Flood?

Floods are the most common natural disaster in the United States. Historic floods in Louisiana in August 2016 caused over $8 billion in damage. The August floods marked that state’s second flood incident of the year that caused more than a billion in damage. In the wake of Louisiana’s significant losses, take time to check whether…

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Cyber Security Trends for 2016

Too many businesses remain vulnerable to cyberthreats because they do not stay up-to-date with the latest trends in cybersecurity until it’s too late. Keeping up with cybersecurity predictions can help you protect your business from the latest threats and provide the peace of mind that you are well informed. Here are some of the top…

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Planning for disaster recovery

As many as 70 percent of businesses that suffer from a natural disaster will go out of business within a year of the event, and only 6 percent of those businesses are able to survive in the long term, Aberdeen reported in 2013. For companies of all sizes and industries, this unfortunately means that you…

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How Microsoft Is Making the Cloud Even Safer for Business

During the early 2000s, I had to hear from a shocking amount of people about how Apple’s desktop operating system, OSX, was “safer and more secure” than Windows. While my response that one of the biggest reasons nobody tried to hack OSX was because hardly anyone actually used it typically fell on deaf ears, there was nevertheless…

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Securing Your Digital Work Environment

It’s pretty incredible to think about how much sensitive material I keep on my personal devices and home network. In the wrong hands, that information could be used to drain my bank account, learn about my family’s medical history, and countless other problems I’d rather not need to deal with. Of course, all of that…

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Microsoft Is Leaving Nothing to Chance With the Windows 10 Rollout

If you’ve been following Microsoft news over the past year or so (this blog included), then you are well aware of the fact that the much-lauded and highly anticipated Windows 10 is only weeks away from launching. A little over a month ago, Windows announced that it would be releasing the official version of Windows…

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Lesser-Known Features of Office 365

If you’ve read any of my recent posts, you know that I am a strong proponent of the direction Microsoft is moving with its cloud-based products and services. In particular, I feel quite strongly that Office 365 is a huge step in the right direction for Microsoft, and is all but certain to strengthen Microsoft’s…

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Everything You Need to Know About Windows 10

As a longtime supporter (and user) of Microsoft, I’m glad to see that the company is starting to really adapt and thrive in the new era of operating systems and mobile computing. Although the ill-fated Windows Phone continues to struggle against the juggernauts of Google’s Android and Apple’s iPhone, the Windows operating system is seeing…

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Top Office 365 Features

Back in the Stone Age of Technology – otherwise known as 1995 – I remember getting a package at my office with what was then the latest and greatest version of Microsoft’s industry-leading productivity suite. Microsoft Office 95 came on a CD-ROM (remember those?) and took the better part of a day to install on…

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