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Technology Unwrapped

The most important technology concepts, strategies and actions uncovered for your business.

Ryan Aiken

Ryan Aiken
As a Systems Administrator, Ryan takes on a lot of our incoming tickets while monitoring our automated processes to keep client systems running smoothly.

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4 Email Security Best Practices

Ryan Aiken
Email is one of the most important tools used for business communication. Because of that, it is also one of the most common causes of a security breach. With that said, there are several methods and services available to protect yourself from being exploited by a hacker. What practices should you follow? This article will explain 4 of the best practices for email security.
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Topics: Security Threats, Network Security

Streamline Your Organization’s Use of Microsoft Teams with Connectors

Ryan Aiken
Like many organizations, you’re likely using Microsoft Teams to chat, call and collaborate with employees in the “new normal,” but did you know that there are applications and bots that you can use within Microsoft Teams? Known as Microsoft Teams connectors, these applications and bots make Microsoft Teams even more of a productivity powerhouse.
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Topics: Microsoft Products, Trends, Technology Planning

How to Back Up Data While Working On the Go

Ryan Aiken
Backing up and protecting your business’s data is a must! But how do you securely and continually back up your data when you’re always on the move? Fortunately, even if you’re rarely at your desk or even in the office, there are several ways to ensure your data is consistently backed up and secured. 
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Topics: Cloud, Trends

3 Things to Look for When Purchasing A New Computer

Ryan Aiken
In this world of ever-changing technology, staying up-to-date and standardizing your computers can be overwhelming. It doesn’t make things easier when it seems like vendors want to sell you the high-end computers, rather than set you up with something more practical (sounds like a car salesman, right?). Looking for a new computer is going to be a lot like looking for a new car. When you’re shopping for a new car, you tend to know the size, trim, brand, etc. With computers, it will be the same, ...
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Topics: Equipment Purchases, Owners & Managers