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Posted By: Ryan Richardson
Updated: 10/7/2020
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The approach that cybercriminals are taking continues to evolve, so we are evolving with them. We’ve done a good job putting up multiple layers of defense to keep threats out, but no gate is perfect. That’s why there is a need to go on the offensive and hunt down potent . . . Read More

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Posted By: Ryan Richardson
Updated: 9/30/2020
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This week we are looking at a Microsoft 365 extension called Editor. If you are familiar with the popular grammar checking tool, Grammarly, then Editor will look and feel remarkably familiar to you. However, if you are a runbiz™ customer, that means it is highly likely  . . . Read More

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Posted By: Ryan Richardson
Updated: 9/23/2020
12:00 AM
This week we are exploring a feature that you have probably seen in some of your Microsoft apps, but haven’t really known what to do with it. This feature is called “Tell Me”. It’s the one with the little lightbulb icon next to it. Look familiar? This feature is actu . . . Read More

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Posted By: Ryan Richardson
Updated: 9/16/2020
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Today I want to talk about the difference between a shared mailbox, and a distribution group in Outlook. It’s easy to get confused or mixed up about what the difference is and exactly what it is that you need to be asking for to accomplish your goal, so hopefully this b . . . Read More

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Posted By: Jon Michael Jones
Updated: 8/26/2020
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Today we are making some real-world comparisons to give some perspective on how big data really is. A lot of people have very abstract, unclear perceptions of what a megabyte or terabyte of data really is. Here is a chart of comparisons from small to large: 1 Byte o . . . Read More

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Posted By: Ryan Richardson
Updated: 8/20/2020
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Today we are looking at how long it would take to crack your password depending on the length of the password, and the characters used. We’ve talked a lot in the past about how to create a great password and the importance of long passwords, but this will bring reinforc . . . Read More

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Posted By: Ryan Richardson
Updated: 8/12/2020
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How to share your computer audio in Zoom or Teams In today’s WebTip, we will continue with the video conferencing theme and show you how to share your computer audio in during the meetings. We all know that Zoom and Teams are a great way to communicate and meet with r . . . Read More

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Posted By: Ryan Richardson
Updated: 7/22/2020
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Due to the increase in video conferencing, our technicians have been getting a lot of question on how to change audio settings during Teams or Zoom video conferences. Below are simple instructions on how to change audio inputs and outputs on both platforms: In Teams, . . . Read More

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Posted By: Ryan Richardson
Updated: 6/24/2020
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The demand for remote work has gone up significantly in recent months, but even before the dramatic push from COVID-19, remote work had increased 44% just in the last 5 years. Historically, off-site workers have presented security challenges to IT Teams because of emplo . . . Read More

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Posted By: Ryan Richardson
Updated: 6/9/2020
12:00 AM
Many of us are either back in the office or plan to be soon, and as some of us go back, it’s important to take steps to make sure we do so safely. One way of doing this is by making sure that our devices stay clean, and unlike other surfaces, we can’t just douse them in . . . Read More

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