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Surveillance cameras provide peace of mind for business owners

With many offices left empty much of the time these days – except for the occasional visit to retrieve mail, reset the thermostat or water plants – installing a surveillance camera is becoming more of a necessity. There are many good reasons for camera installation, the primary being a bit more peace of mind; let’s…

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Increase Cyberattack Protection with Two-Factor Authentication

Let’s say you have a lock and a chain on your door – would you use both for extra protection? Chances are the answer is “yes.” So, why not do the same to protect against cyberattacks? Two-factor authentication – also known as 2FA – is a multi-factor security process that verifies identity in two ways…

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Shine the best light on your video meeting

It looks as if remote office work will be here for some time to come for many…and that means a lot of teleconferencing meetings. Whether with Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Duo, Skype or other such platforms, if you’re on camera, be sure to have the proper lighting. But let’s not put the cart before the…

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Identify Your Network’s Strengths and Weaknesses with an Information Technology Assessment (ITA)

Now more than ever, businesses – regardless of size – must practice extreme attention to budget. The current pandemic has made it necessary for companies to trim excess and keep a sharp eye on the bottom line. One efficiency measure that is sometimes overlooked is an Information Technology Assessment (ITA), an evaluation that can have…

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MPS Should Be On The Menu!

Restaurants are in a new reality with COVID-19. Many of them took a big hit financially with COVID-19 and the accompanying shutdowns and restrictions. And as restaurateurs began taking the first tentative steps toward welcoming customers back, there are fundamental changes in how they operate. These days, waiters wear masks and gloves. Often, menus are…

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Don’t Let Losing Power Leave You Feeling Powerless

As if the challenges from the coronavirus pandemic aren’t enough, here we are smack in the middle of hurricane and electrical storm season – open season for power outages and a threat to all who are working remotely from home offices. Of course, the first thing to do is notify your local electric company and…

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An Organized Desk is An Organized Mind!

With remote work part of our “new normal” for who knows how long, now might be the time to reassess your at-home workstation to be sure it doesn’t hamper efficiency. No question that high speed internet, Zoom capability, copier/scanner and other essential tools are the foundation of a home office that works, but what is…

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Show Appreciation…From a Distance

The word “unprecedented” has probably been used more during this past year than ever before and with good reason. The novel coronavirus has altered the way we live, work, and play. And for business owners, there is the added need to engage, motivate, and encourage employees – for many from a distance. So, in the…

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Tear Into Data Theft With a Home Office Shredder

When the coronavirus pandemic first reared its ugly head back in the late winter and working remotely became a mandate for many, we all thought (and definitely hoped) that the home office episode would be a short one. But with remote work now a seemingly open-ended scenario for some, now may be time to further…

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The Home Office – When Function Meets Comfort

Who would have thought back in March that come the end of summer the home office set-up you thought was very time-limited might be open-ended? But with the half-year mark of remote working looming, now may be the time to evaluate whether you have a home office space that provides functionality and comfort. Let’s go…

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