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Top 3 tech tips for working from home

Top 3 tech tips for working from home

Millions of Americans have now been instructed to stay home under state and local shelter in place orders. And though certain essential employees (like those in the health care, transportation, and food supply chain fields) are still working in their normal places of...

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Need faster internet service, now more than ever? We can help

Need faster internet service, now more than ever? We can help

In 2019, more than half of all IT security professionals reported that their stress levels were increasing. For many, this is the result of the constant barrage of email attacks that affect 85 percent or more of U.S.-based companies each year. And unlike many scams,...

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Don’t Miss This Once-in-a-Lifetime Investment Opportunity!

Don’t Miss This Once-in-a-Lifetime Investment Opportunity!

Dearest Lovely Friend, My name is Mr. Nweni Adeyemi. I apologize if this message comes as a surprise, but please permit me of my desire to know you a bit better. I am the son of the late Al-badari Adeyemi of Nigeria, whom was murdered during the attack on Solemani....

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Team Member Spotlight: Nick Maycock

Team Member Spotlight: Nick Maycock

Nick Maycock admits that climbing water towers was not a part of his original plan. His previous career goals? Firefighter and paramedic. Not that long ago, he was working part-time for the South Elgin fire department and bussing tables for extra cash. Things changed...

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Why Backups are the Foundation of Your Cybersecurity Plan

Why Backups are the Foundation of Your Cybersecurity Plan

March 31, 2020 marks the first World Backup Day of the new decade—and with the continual evolution of newer and more devastating cyber threats, backing up your systems and processes has taken on new importance. Just one click of a phishing email or inadvertent malware...

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What to Know About Switching to a Local ISP

What to Know About Switching to a Local ISP

Although you don't have to switch your internet service provider (ISP) when you're moving your home or business—since most ISPs will transfer their service to your new location for no fee—moving often provides the perfect opportunity to reevaluate the service you're...

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