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Celebrate Data Privacy Day on January 28th!

Kim Weinberger On: January, 11th 2018 | Under: General

According to the FBI cybercrime division, there are over 4,000 ransomware attacks reported every day- a steady increase of over 300% since 2015. With more individuals than ever before falling victim to data breaches, account hacking, and other evolving forms of fraud, industry leaders in the technology and cybersecurity communities are determined to combat these […]

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5 Tech New Year’s Resolutions

Kim Weinberger On: December, 7th 2017 | Under: General

We all have areas in our life that can be improved. The usual New Year’s resolutions involve hitting the gym, saving tons of money or quitting a bad habit. Why not change it up this time and add tech New Year’s resolutions to the mix. Some of these intentions are simple while others take time, […]

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How to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft

Kim Weinberger On: April, 14th 2017 | Under: General

Identity theft has quickly become one of people’s greatest fears in the last two decades. As computers and technology become more and more intertwined into our personal and private data and information, it becomes easier for people to steal your identity. Knowing the warning signs of identity theft and how to prevent it are two […]

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Small Business Technology: 7 Deadly Signs You Should Never Ignore

Kim Weinberger On: April, 28th 2016 | Under: General

Generally, small businesses will ignore some very blatant signs that something is wrong with their computers. They will let it go or find a workaround to push off having to deal with the problem as long as possible. Unfortunately, that often means they put it off until something bad occurs, and they are forced into […]

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Is Your Biggest Security Threat Your Password?

Kim Weinberger On: March, 23rd 2016 | Under: General, Technology & Tools

Today, passwords seem to rule our lives. Every website you visit to manage your finances, pay your bills, purchase products, or access your medical records all demand passwords that are complex and very difficult to remember. Of course we should be thankful as these requirements are designed to keep our finances, information and identities’ safe […]

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If Your Office is Still Using Microsoft Server 2003 Your Business Is In Danger!

Kim Weinberger On: August, 12th 2015 | Under: General

Microsoft has followed through and ended support for their popular Server 2003 product range on July 14, 2015. The product range included in this end of support process is the original Server 2003, the updated Windows Server 2003 R2 and Small Business Server 2003. These products were aimed towards the small to medium-sized businesses. Supporting […]

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Up in the Air about Business Travel?

Kim Weinberger On: April, 16th 2015 | Under: General

In the popular 2008 film “Up in the Air,” George Clooney portrays a corporate downsizing expert who spends nearly all of his time flying around the country on business. In fact, the character actually spends 320 days per year on planes and in airports. His enthusiasm for air travel is partially based on his goal […]

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Maintain a Healthy Heart with Wearable Fitness Technology

Kim Weinberger On: February, 20th 2015 | Under: General, Technology & Tools

February is the perfect time to think about your heart because it contains both Valentine’s Day and American Heart Month. We aren’t going to comment on the romantic pursuits of your heart, but Computer Troubleshooters does have a few tips on how wearable fitness technology can help you keep your heart healthy. Wearable fitness technology […]

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Tax Season and Online Security

Kim Weinberger On: January, 8th 2015 | Under: General

We have barely finished creating our lists of New Year’s resolutions and before we know it, the taxman will cometh. Considering the entire time-consuming process, January is not too early to start planning for that April 15th tax deadline. Cybercriminals Follow the Taxman Nobody looks forward to tax time, but at least the online filing […]

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Black Friday vs. Cyber Monday: What Type of Shopper Are You?

Kim Weinberger On: November, 25th 2014 | Under: General

Whoever said money can’t buy happiness simply didn’t know where to go shopping! True or not, the holidays are right around the corner and for many of us that means let the shopping begin! Historically, the day after Thanksgiving has always been the biggest shopping day of the year. Known as Black Friday since 1961, […]

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