3 Ways To Keep Your Employees From Creating IT Nightmares

Posted on: 20 January 2016
As a business owner, you may have a love-hate relationship with your company's information technology, since IT can either keep your business rolling or stop it in its tracks depending on how it's used (or abused). The very people who need to use this technology on a daily basis -- your employees -- can actually jeopardize its security, privacy and performance. Here are three ways to preserve a healthy relationship between your team and your technology.
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Should You Connect Your Security Cameras To The Internet?

Posted on: 13 January 2016
Most modern security systems can be connected to your home network and allow you to view your cameras either through an app on your phone or through a page in your web browser. But just because you have the technology available to you doesn't mean that you should make use of it. Think about whether or not you fit into one of the following situations (or more than one) before entering your wifi password into your security system.
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Alarm System Tips - How To Make Sure Your Cameras Are Keeping You Safe

Posted on: 21 December 2015
Around 3.7 million burglaries occur each year that involve a residence. While this statistic may seem scary if you are a new homeowner, you should know that there are ways that you can protect yourself. Securing your sliding door and windows, installing a deadbolt lock, and resisting the urge to keep a spare key outside are three things you can do. You also should think about having a security system installed in your house by a company like Tele-Plus.
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What You Need To Know About Recovering And Protecting Your Computer Data

Posted on: 20 November 2015
If you own a computer, it is inevitable that at some point, you will lose a massive amount of data due to malware on your machine, hard drive failure or some other problem. Depending on your situation, you might be able to recover some data. However, if you do not feel you have the technical skills to begin tinkering with your machine, there is still hope. The following guide can help you begin the process of repairing your desktop or laptop and provides tips on protecting your data in the future.
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