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How Technology Helps Today’s CFO Improve Operations

How Technology Helps Today’s CFO Improve Operations The business world is increasingly tech-savvy, and organizations are looking for CFOs who are comfortable with the language and strategies of digital technology. The office of the CFO has long been a center of excellence for driving efficiencies and technology provides a wealth of new opportunities for forward-thinking […]

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How Can You Encrypt Files and Folders in Windows 10, 8 or 7?

How Can You Encrypt Files and Folders in Windows 10, 8 or 7? You can encrypt files and folders in Windows (vers. 7-10) using BitLocker. This Vista operating system extension has on-disk encryption as well as key management capability. It’s protected by two-factor authentication, so anyone who wants to crack the code needs a hardware […]

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Your MacOS Is Under Attack: 2019’s Biggest Malware Threats

Your MacOS Is Under Attack: 2019’s Biggest Malware Threats The Mac operating system (MacOs) has frequently been hailed as one of the best systems for its resiliency to malware and typical viruses. But the days of MacOs standing strong and tall with no worries have really always been a misconception. Mac systems are just as […]

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Data Security is Vital to Reducing Business Risk

Data Security is Vital to Reducing Business Risk Traditional business risk has fallen into a few different buckets with the economy and competitors being two of the major forces under consideration. The tides change, and businesses today must add some additional items to that list and one of the most important is the issue of […]

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Louisiana Is On Hurricane Watch – How Should You Prepare?

Tropical Storm Barry is expected to hit Louisiana and Texas in just a few days – what steps can you take right now to make sure you’re prepared? As of yesterday, parts of coastal Louisiana have been put on hurricane watch in anticipation of what could be the first tropical storm system to make landfall […]

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Building a Rock Solid Cybersecurity Plan

Cybercriminals may be going into a stealth mode, but that doesn’t mean that cyberattacks are slowing down — quite the opposite, in fact. According to the 2018 SiteLock Website Security Report, attacks increased by 59% and accelerated going into December. Record numbers of businesses are being infiltrated by hostile actors, with data breaches affecting hundreds of millions of users […]

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A Law Firm’s Guide To Managed IT Services

Technological downtime can make or break a law firm. Even an hour of downtime can cost a small or medium firm as much as $250,000. What Exactly Can Go Wrong? Unfortunately, Murphy’s Law has been known to apply in legal cases, meaning if there is an opportunity for things to go wrong they will. It […]

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How to Password Protect an App on Your Android Device

Have you ever wanted to put access to certain apps on your phone or tablet under an extra layer of security? There are all sorts of reasons people might want this. Maybe you want to share your phone with a child, but you don’t want little Johnny messing with work apps or your grown-up Netflix […]

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Happy 4th of July Everyone!

Got Your Sparklers Handy? The Fourth of July falls on a Thursday this year, but we aren’t letting the fact that it’s a weekday stop us from celebrating. Of course, just because it’s a holiday, that doesn’t mean you’ll have to make do without us. You’ll be able to reach us at (504) 849-0570 if any technical issues arise, and our on-call t...

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What Are The Newest Phishing Attacks?

Once you click the link, guess what happens? A virus is downloaded onto your system. Sometimes it’s malware and sometimes it’s ransomware. Ransomware encrypts all your files until you pay the ransom.

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Ransomware’s Cruel Greed: Proven Security Protects Your Business

Cybercriminals lock victims out of computer and network files – sometimes destroying data – and extort cash to get that data back. That’s a ransomware attack, costing businesses billions worldwide. Ransomware can spread by the simplest of user actions. Email phishing, or Business Email Compromise (BEC) – fraudulent and deceptive emails posing as legitimate messages – is […]

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