December 12, 2017

IT Security Tip #1: This will SHOCK you about bank fraud on business accounts Did you know your COMPANY’S bank account doesn’t enjoy the same protections as a personal bank account? For example, if a hacker takes money from your business account, the bank is NOT responsible for getting your money back. (Don’t believe me? Go ask your bank what their policy is on refunding you money stolen from your account!) Many people think FDIC protects you from fraud; it doesn’t. It protects you from bank insolvency, NOT fraud. Quick Tip: Set up e-mail alerts on your account so you […]


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December 6, 2017

First of all, why should you even worry about clearing your cache? There are two main reasons: Reason 1: It frees up space on your computer. After a while, the cache fills up and needs to be cleared so your Web browser will function most efficiently. Reason 2: It will protect your privacy. This is especially true when several people use the same computer in a workplace or home. If you have privacy concerns, you should regularly clear your cache. Now, here’s how you can do it: Open Mozilla Firefox 38. Click on Tools button and then choose Options. With […]


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October 7, 2017

While it’s important for businesses to perform risk assessments, it’s equally important to initiate a business impact analysis (BIA) in order to maximize business continuity. Why? Simply because the crux of any recovery is about whether it is achieved in a reasonable time, and BIA, if performed effectively, will determine exactly that. Knowing this, isn’t it time you for you to have a look at some tips for successful business impact analysis? Five tips for successful business impact analysis: Treat it as a (mini) project: Define the person responsible for BIA implementation and their authority. You should also define the […]


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August 11, 2017

The vast majority of business owners are well aware of the fact that disaster can strike at any time. As a result most do take steps to prevent this from happening or at least limiting the potential impact. However, there is always a chance that these plans don’t work. To help prevent this from happening to your business, it might be a good idea to know about the common ways continuity plans do fail. There are many ways a business continuity or backup and recovery plan may fail, but if you know about the most common reasons then you can […]


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