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All About Windows 10 Version 1803

All About Windows 10 Version 1803 aka Windows 10 April 2018 Update On April 30th, Microsoft is releasing the newest update to Windows 10 Version 1803. In this update there are some new features that have been added, as well as some features that have been removed. The...

How to Turn On or Off the Focused Inbox

As of December 22, 2017, Microsoft Office 365 has completely replaced the clutter folder for email with the focused and other views for the inbox. What this means for you is that if you were using clutter, it will no longer exist as a separate folder and any items...

How to Prevent Business Identity Theft

Can Identity Theft Affect Your Business? How to Prevent Business Identity Theft Identity theft is becoming more and more common in the digital age, with around 7% of American adults affected each year. Amid the huge data breaches from the likes of Yahoo! and LinkedIn,...

Considerations for Your Data Backup Plan

Your data is your businesses biggest asset. What would happen to your business if all of your data was compromised and lost, either partially or completely? Would you be able to recover from this kind of data loss? Having a backup plan is the first step in protecting...

The Costs of Email Mistakes

While often understandable, user error is most commonly the root reason for the majority of IT problems. While not necessarily not only creating technical issues, users making mistakes can cause problems for IT to secure other systems. Something as simple as sending...

5 Examples of Social Engineering Attacks

In 2012, a Wal-Mart store manager in Canada received a phone call from a “manager in the headquarters of Wal-Mart in Bentonville, AK” about a possibility of winning a large government contract. During the course of this conversation, the...

How to Join a Computer to a Domain

To check if a computer is joined to a domain 1)  On Windows Vista or newer: Click Start>Right Click Computer, then Click Properties On the left side, click Advanced system settings, then skip to step 3 2)  On Windows XP: Right Click on My Computer, then Click...