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How to Keep Your Computer Safe and Secure

How to Keep Your Computer Safe and Secure

Similar to your bank account, house, car or other important things you need to keep your computer safe.

When I say safe and secure, I mean both from a physical and digital risk perspective. How do you protect your device from theft? And if the laptop or desktop is taken have you taken steps to stop the thieves from getting into your machine and accessing your files?

Protecting yourself from computer viruses is also important.

How Microsoft Security Threats Can Affect the Cloud

How Microsoft Security Threats Can Affect the Cloud

More and more businesses are looking to save costs and move their systems to the cloud. This includes everything from email to lines of business. This is where the world is going and it makes sense from a mobility and cost saving point of view, but with everything new there come new risks that must be considered and prepared for.

How to Choose the Best Backup Software for 2015

How to Choose the Best Backup Software for 2015

There is nothing more important in IT terms than protecting your company’s data so understanding the best backup software for 2015 is critical to eliminating risk and protecting your organization.

Unfortunately many executives end up making poor decisions on their approach to backup and disaster recovery because they don’t have strong information about best practice standards.

8 Tips to Achieve the Best Backup Service in 2015

8 Tips to Achieve the Best Backup Service in 2015

There are no shortage of things that can add stress as we get closer to the holidays. One thing that shouldn’t be causing you stress, however, is your backup and disaster recovery plan.

As a business owner or executive, there are eight things you should have in place to give you the peace of mind that your critical data is protected, no matter what happens.

Why I Believe in Outsourcing IT

Why I Believe in Outsourcing IT

I joined TDCNet earlier this year and I’ve loved every minute of it, but prior to becoming an employee I was a client.

I was the internal IT person that was really supposed to be doing something else, but maintaining computers fell into that role too.

How Your Day Will Change with Office 365

How Your Day Will Change with Office 365

We get asked all the time, how will things be different when someone is using Office 365? Well, here’s what your day could look like if you take advantage of Cloud-based email.

After getting ready in the morning…

You look at your calendar on your mobile phone or tablet to see what you have scheduled today.

Outsource the Stuff That is Not Core to Your Business

Outsource the Stuff That is Not Core to Your Business

Look around your office. Assuming you are not a Law or Accounting firm, do you have an in-house lawyer or accountant? I expect that for most of you the answer to this question is no. These are business functions that do not require an in-house expert but are instead outsourced to individuals or firms outside your business that specialise in these areas.