You’re probably familiar with multi-factor authentication (MFA) at this point. Many things that you log into require it if you choose to not remain signed in—your bank account, your Microsoft account, and more. You may find this a bit annoying; you know that it’s you who’s trying to access your account, after all. And what […]
“My calendar is up to date.” “Just put it on my calendar.” “If it’s not on my calendar, it won’t happen.” How many times do we hear these phrases in our daily work lives? How much do we rely on something as simple as Outlook Calendar to run basically every aspect of our work? Usually, […]
We’ve probably all been guilty at least once of spouting off an IT acronym in response to a prospective customer’s question about compliance, only to see their eyes glaze over. They don’t care about a string of letters, they want to know how we’re going to solve their business problems. And unfortunately, when it comes […]
Security is very important when you own a small business. After all, you wouldn’t let just anyone into your building, would you? And you definitely wouldn’t allow a stranger to enter your premises and bring an unknown object that could cause harm. Bad attachments are just the same when sent in an email. While we […]
This article provides an overview on preparing for ransomware attacks on your Office 365 tenant and the steps to consider if you're attacked.