Understand these 4 types of hackers

Why do hackers attack? Is it for money, notoriety, or political reasons? Many business owners never ask these questions, and instead only think about the means of how a cyber attack takes place. But knowing the motive behind a hacker’s attack can help you understand whether or not you’re a target and what data you […]

How to pick the best mouse

The good ol’ two button mouse just won’t cut it anymore. They’re unresponsive, uncomfortable and the cord somehow ties itself up every time you put it in your bag. However, buying a new mouse can be a pain, especially when you don’t know what to look for. Do you need a mouse that’s more forgiving […]

Tips to get to 500+ LinkedIn connections

Most people are still impressed when they see a LinkedIn profile with 500+ connections. It gives that person authority in their industry and shows they’re a valuable member of the business world. In other words, 500+ connections can help sell you and your business. So how can you reach this coveted number? Here are some […]

Beware of Phishing Scams!

Surely you’ve seen it before --after a natural disaster, sudden act of violence, or death of a celebrity.  We receive emails from charities and benefit groups who want to improve our world. Perhaps this week, you’ve noticed several emails regarding the recent death of the musician known as Prince.

Improved email security for Office 365

No matter how much technology advances, human error has always been a fact of life. Nowhere is this more pertinent than when it comes to email security as many of today’s breaches start in an employee’s inbox. But now Microsoft is looking to change this. In the coming weeks, the technology giant intends to launch […]

Web design trends for your small business

A potential customer’s first impression of your company is established when they visit your website. Many small business owners know this, and that’s why it’s important to keep up-to-date with web trends. Nowadays, responsive web design has become a popular trend for companies. This is a design style that focuses not only on visual appeal […]

Daniel Dean, CCNP Security Certified

Recently, Daniel Dean, an engineer with E-N Computers, received a CCNA Security Certification from Cisco. This certification requires considerable knowledge, memorization, and dedication, as a successful person first needs either valid CNNA Security Certification (or CCIE Certification) and then also must pass four separate exams.

Boost staff productivity with mobile tech

Most business owners are quick to think that utilizing mobile devices automatically leads to more productivity. Unfortunately, this is not always true. A poor mobile device policy can actually lead to burnout and see your employees become overwhelmed by technology. Here’s how to avoid these pitfalls and get the most out of mobile devices in […]

Time To Say Goodbye to QuickTime?

If you’re like me, chances are pretty good that the application QuickTime has been on your computer since…well, about as long as you can remember owning a computer.   For many of us, Apple’s program has been a staple on our desktop.  Well, for PC users, that’s about to change.

4 BYOD security risks you should address

In the 21st century, personal computing is with us wherever we go. This is all thanks to the proliferation of mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. These devices allow us to take work home with us. And, with bring your own device (BYOD) strategy, businesses have never been so productive. However, BYOD poses a […]