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What We Can Learn From 2016’s Worst Passwords

We've discussed the importance of password security before. While passwords have some inherent issues, they are the most common form of authentication.

Unfortunately insecure passwords are still very common. A new study reveals 2016's worst passwords as well as some interesting information on how people think about security that we can learn from; let's take a look.

How Our LabTech Asset Monitoring Benefits Your Business

In IT, several pieces of software make our jobs much easier. From Office 365 for document work to powerful antivirus software to keep your machines safe, we rely on these tools to provide you with efficient IT support. However, perhaps the most important aspect of Managed Services is asset monitoring.

How to Use IT to Dramatically Enhance Your Business

If you haven't experienced great IT before, it's easy to assume that it doesn't make much of a difference. You've probably heard that IT is important, but do you know how much it can really enhance your business?

Let's take a look at the ways that solid IT support can save you time and money, growing your company dramatically in the meantime.

What You Should Know About Tech Support Scams

The online world is a Wild West when it comes to security. You can't believe everything you see on the internet, because there are plenty of malicious folks who want nothing more than to rip you off.

One of the most popular types of online scams comes in the form of fake tech support.

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What Are Flash Drive Viruses, and How Can I Stay Safe?

Flash drives are a convenient way to store and transport data. Whether your employees use them to share files among teams or archive older data, you probably have USB sticks floating all over your organization.

However, the ubiquity of these drives can lead to serious threats.

How to Take a Screenshot, and Why They’re Beneficial

Did you know that your computer includes built-in tools that allow you to take a screenshot---a picture of what's on your screen? This ability has a variety of uses: you can save a copy of temporary information for later, or compare before/after shots. No matter what you use screenshots for, the tools on your computer are far better than taking a picture of your screen using your phone.

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How Was the Internet Attacked in October 2016?

On October 21, computer users in the United States experienced widespread issues when trying to access a variety of websites. Those on the East Coast had the most problems, as websites like Twitter, PayPal, Spotify, and GitHub were all unreachable for several hours.

How Neglected IT Will Limit Your Business Growth

In business, it's easy to let some non-essential needs slide. You probably don't need to replace the coffee machine every year, and your desk from five years ago is probably just as functional now as it was when you bought it. Sometimes, you might even let old mechanical equipment run until it breaks.

19 Essential Keyboard Shortcuts for Everyone

Every computer user is familiar with the keyboard and mouse. For decades, they've been the standard instruments of inputting information to a computer. While you might think of the mouse as the primary tool and the keyboard as only for entering text, that would be underestimating the keyboard.

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How IT Service Boosts Your Cloud Computing

For years, an IT person has been a required role in a company. Though an IT team always beats one worker flying solo, your business almost certainly gets IT support in some capacity.

However, with the rise of working in the "cloud," the idea of needing an IT person may have fallen out of favor to you.