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Security Alerts, Tips, and Tricks

Tip of the Week: 7 Ways You Can Extend Your Device’s Battery Life

Today, we thought we would give you a few tips on how to extend the life of your phone’s battery, so that you can get more done in the moments you need to.

What Data Privacy Will Look Like in the Future

Today, we will take a look at data privacy and what your business should do about it in the future.

Technology to Streamline Professional Services

Professional Service businesses are looking to technology to reduce their costs and meet the demands of today’s tech-savvy customer.

Trying to Secure Our Votes, Online

With the growing concern over the security of the 2020 US Presidential Election, some companies are making moves to improve their security.

Comparing Sheets and Excel for Your Consideration

This week we take a look at a comparison of two of the leading spreadsheet apps.

3 Ways Microsoft Azure can Help SMBs Protect Critical Data

Even as small and medium-sized businesses have faced incredible challenges on multiple fronts in recent months, it still remains true that corporate data is one of the top assets an organization must protect at all times.

4 Different Departments That Benefit from Using Microsoft Teams

Microsoft makes communication even easier by allowing departments to tailor their individual experiences through the introduction of feeds, bots, and other integration tools.

Tip of the Week: Mobile Malware’s Warning Signs

As smartphones have risen in importance, they have also drawn the attention of hackers who attack via malicious applications. Here, we wanted to offer some tips that can help you spot these malicious apps before falling victim.

Are Passwords Soon Going to Be a Thing of the Past?

It’s no wonder that the username/password combination that we’re all used to is being actively phased out by many tech companies—including Microsoft—in favor of more secure, passwordless authentication measures.

Essential Technologies to Support Remote Learning

Instead of going to stores and picking out folders and pencil cases and binders, a lot of kids are hunkering down at home and preparing to learn remotely. Let’s examine how technology can be used to benefit these students.

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