Weekly Tech Tip: Managing Passwords in Chrome

How to turn off the built-in password manager in Chrome
We always recommend you use an external password manager. And if you do, disable the built-in one offered within Chrome. Here’s why – and how to do it.

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Weekly Tech Tip: Spoofed WiFi

Have you heard of spoofed Wi-Fi? If you ever connect to public Wi-Fi in a coffee shop or restaurant, you should be scared of it.  Our new video tells you what you need to know.

For more info on the tools that can help you stay effective and efficient, reach out to us today.

Educational Guide: Proactive STAR Power

When considering an IT support partner, of course you want to know they’ll react quickly when something goes wrong. The faster a problem is fixed, the less downtime you have, and the less expensive it is.

But what if you knew many of the problems you’ve suffered could have been avoided?
How proactive a stance does your IT support company take on technology planning for your business?

Read this month's Educational Guide on Proactive STAR Power to see how your technology partner might stack up.

Cybercrime Against Seniors: Online Shopping

Ever see a "storefront" that pops up on Facebook with something cute or cool that you just can't pass up?  We all have, and it can be a roll of the dice that you may win or may lose.  Sadly, on a few occasions, some of us discovered that when we finally receive the product, it arrives smelling like it traveled at the bottom of a container on a slow boat from China, which it may have, even if you didn't think you were ordering from China.

Cybercrime Against Seniors: Email Scams

The red flags I mentioned yesterday on avoiding phone scams (sense of urgency and a request to use a gift card or other cyber currency), might also be vying for your attention if you receive an email that requests payment (known as "phishing").

There are other red flags that may be trying to catch your attention.

Cybercrime Against Seniors: Phone Scams

Next in our Cybercrime Against Seniors blog series, we're going to explore Phone Scams. One of the most common way seniors are targeted by criminals is through phone scams. Common tricks include technology support scams, fake trip or lottery scams - or pretending to be a grandchild or loved one in need of money for an emergency.

CYBERCRIME AGAINST SENIORS: 3 Not-So-Fun Facts

This week, we've gathered some excellent tips and info for you to share with our older friends and relatives on how to avoid being a victim of cybercrime. Each day this week, we'll have some very useful information for our older generation that they can use right now!  We hope you are able to share our tips with members of your family, friends and colleagues.

IT Buyer’s Guide

If you’re thinking of switching IT support companies, you must read this guide first.

One of the most critical partnerships your business will ever make is with your IT support company. Just think how dependent you and your team are on technology.

Weekly Tech Tip: Remote Laptop Wipe

If your work laptop is lost or stolen, did you know that the sensitive data on that laptop could fall into the wrong hands? Reach out to us to learn about remote wipe tools that can protect your data.

For more info on the tools that can help you stay effective and efficient, reach out to us today!  Find other helpful tech tips on our blog and on our various YouTube Playlists.