Work Etiquette: Five things you should never do…

While we are still in a strange time, either working remotely or back to in-person work at your workplace, we can agree that there are some cardinal rules that should be remembered while working back at your workplace. Eat someone else’s food. Have you heard of the practical jokes gone bad of someone catching their co-workers food? Just Google or YouTube it and we promise you’ll get a laugh and friendly reminder you don’t want to be the person snatching food out of someone else’s lunchbox. It’s just plain rude …

Six Tips To Work Better From Home

In recent years there has been a tremendous increase in home-based workers, among the self-employed as well as telecommuting employees who work for traditional businesses. And now, with CoVid-19, many more employees are finding themselves working from home. Whether you work for yourself or an established employer, you are likely to face obstacles in adapting to working in a home-based environment. Here are a few tips that might help you to work more effectively from home: Setting up a functional workspace is critical to your success. Try setting up your …

Work From Home Opportunities 💻🏠

As we continue to hear of the spread of the COVID-19, it is smart to start thinking of options for your business and employees to work from home. We understand technology and the opportunities it presents in an uncertain time like this. Continuing business as usual is crucial in light of the coronavirus. As technology experts, we can help set up opportunities and options to consider for your employees to continue working from the comfort of their home. We are here to help you navigate your technology needs during this …

3 Guidelines To Keep Your Children Safe Online

Three Guidelines To Keep Your Children Safe Online

As an adult, it’s a struggle to stay secure online—creating strong passwords, maintaining a basic knowledge of malicious online content, and knowing what to post and what not to post on social media accounts. As a parent, this struggle can become almost impossible. At this point, you’re not only trying to keep yourself secure, but you’re trying to secure the online lives of your children, as well. However, you can establish a good sense of online security for your children if you follow a few simple guidelines. The following three …

The Human Element: How an MSP Protects Your Company – Part 2

Let’s take a deeper look into how Networks Unlimited, a Managed Services Provider, protects your company. If you missed Part 1: Hardware and Software, have no fear. You can read it and pop back here. Now, let’s get into how partnering with an MSP protects you from the human element. Everyday Criminals Sometimes, crime revolves around opportunity. If you have an open-door policy at your business, it makes it easy for an everyday criminal to waltz inside. And once inside, they can poke around computers that aren’t locked or secured. …

Hardware and Software: How an MSP Protects Your Company – Part 1

Let’s take a deeper look into how Networks Unlimited, a Managed Services Provider, protects your company. Let’s start with some of the simple things first, like how your hardware and software is protected. Updates and Patches This one is boring but absolutely critical. If you ignore all those little boxes in the corner that ask you to update software, you are in big trouble. The reason they pop up isn’t to annoy you (shocker, we know) but because there was a vulnerability identified and the software team made changes to …

The Future of Passwords

Over the years, the public has experienced the drawbacks of relying on weak passwords – including the likes of credit card fraud and identity theft. However, despite the many negative consequences of hacked login credentials, online users have yet to part with simplified passwords. In fact, the top 10 passwords typically go unchanged from year to year and as we’re headed into 2020, the #1 is “123456” and #2 is “password.” Fortunately for the throngs of people creating, using, and repurposing ridiculously simple passwords, many companies are building more secure …