3 iPhone Apps That Will Make Your Summer Vacation More Enjoyable

Venturing out on a summer getaway? Summer is a great time to pack your bags and escape your mundane everyday life for something more adventurous. Planning your excursion can sometimes be a stressful experience. These three mobile apps can help you find fun and interesting things to do, stay within your budget, and even include […]

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What You Should Learn From “The Day The Earth Was Hacked”

Europol, the intelligence agency of the European Union, called it a “cyberattack of an unprecedented level.” Starting early Friday, May 12, a massive ransomware infection called WannaCry quickly spread to hundreds of thousands of computers in over 150 countries. It crippled entire hospitals, car manufacturers, telecom companies, and even affected U.S.-based FedEx, demanding a $300 […]

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The Real Costs of “Free” Antivirus Protection

When Alan brought his computer to us because he couldn’t access any websites, he never suspected the culprit would be this one seemingly harmless thing. Our technicians put his computer through rigorous troubleshooting, but were unable to immediately find the cause of his problem. After more in-depth testing, we discovered one small setting preventing Alan […]

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Tales of Three Clients (And The Moral of the Stories)

Richard received an email from his web designer last month informing him she had taken an opportunity that no longer allowed her to maintain his company’s web site. He immediately forwarded the information to me requesting I “handle it.” He knows his time and energy as a small business owner are best spent building his […]

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You Can Avoid Becoming A Victim


“Hi, Scott. I need to give you my new credit card information. My old card got hacked, so the bank sent me a new one.” I receive calls like this almost every week from clients who have recurring transactions set up with us. Scams, fraud and identity theft are on the rise. A sad reality […]

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February 17, 2017

Still Using These Programs? Your PC Is At Risk

Microsoft continues to aggressively push everyone to use their latest and not-so-great software. Everything from the operating system running your computer to the productivity software you use to type letters, check email, and calculate spreadsheets. How do they do this? They stop supporting and updating the older software. By continuing to use these programs after […]

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These Two Apps Made Getting Around D.C. A Breeze

The painfully sore blisters on my pinky toes remind me I need to buy a good pair of walking shoes before my next excursion. Many of you know I had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to secure tickets to attend the Presidential Inauguration in Washington, D.C. earlier this month. No matter your political stance, the privilege of […]

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