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Password Hygiene in Times of Pandemic (and Always):

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When did you last change your password for Zoom? If you can’t remember, your account is in danger. In fact, any account you’ve used for an extended period of time is likely in danger. With Zoom, however, an account in danger could be sold to a hacker or used to Zoom-bomb a meeting. The longer you use a particular password, the more susceptible that account will become.

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Tech Help for Your Remote Workforce During The Covid-19 Pandemic

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The current global situation has a lot of businesses under stress. No one knows when the COVID-19 pandemic will end, or what measures will need to be enacted to keep us safe. The last thing that should cause more worries is your tech infrastructure. What kind of server you have, whether your internet connection is reliable, and if you have a VPN are the sorts of questions keeping some of you up at night. It’s impossible to work remotely if ...

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Backups: Why Data Redundancy is the Key.

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We’ve all been there. After years of never having to even think about what it’s doing, your hard drive stops working. Sometimes, you get lucky. It spins up long enough to retrieve your data before officially heading to the great e-waste recycler in the sky. Sometimes, though, that data is just gone. You have to recreate it as best you can and hope for the best. That’s sort of acceptable for personal data, but when it’s data from your ...

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