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Technology Unwrapped

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

The Cost of Ransomware is Higher Than You Think

Camryn Mottl
  For small to midsize businesses, there is a lot to lose when ransomware successfully makes its way into your computer system or network. The financial loss alone could close a small business down. Organizations with fewer than 500 employees spend an average of nearly $3 million per incident, and about 60% of small companies close within six months of a successful attack.  Unfortunately, other natural consequences come with cyber attacks. Omaha businesses need to be aware of the following:
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Topics: Security Threats, Data Breach, Disaster Recovery

5 Signs You Have Outgrown Your Omaha IT Support Provider

Angela Wight
As a small to midsize business owner, one of your top priorities is ensuring your company has the right technology in place to reach your business goals. This means ensuring your employees have the tools they need to do their jobs, such as computers, printers, and applications. One of the most important technologies you can provide for your employees is effective IT support.
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Topics: Owners & Managers, Technology Planning, IT Support

Can Hackers Bypass Your Push-Based MFA?

Camryn Mottl
Because of the increase in cyber security, more small to midsize businesses (SMBs) are using Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) to properly identify users attempting to log in to their database. Implementing MFA means your employee needs to provide more than one factor of identification when they log in. This benefits your business if one layer of security is compromised, the second or even a third factor is required to authenticate entry into your network or applications. Most users utilize ...
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Topics: Security Threats, Phone Systems, IT Support

Celebrating Small Business Week: Our Top 10 Blog Posts of All Time

Camryn Mottl
We love serving and celebrating Omaha small businesses! Congratulations, you have worked hard to get to where you are today, so get out there and celebrate!
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Topics: Owners & Managers, Local Omaha News, IT Support

How Does a Hacker Infiltrate My Business?

Camryn Mottl
When a burglar is trying to break into a house, they case the place for weak spots, such as open windows, unlocked doors, or they might befriend one of the household members to gain entry without suspicion.  
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Topics: Security Threats, Data Breach, Network Security

What Industries are the Biggest Targets for Cyber Attacks?

Camryn Mottl
Have you ever walked around feeling like there was a looming target on your back? Like someone’s waiting for you to make a wrong move?
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Topics: Security Threats, Finance, Law, Health Care, Manufacturing

Why Cloud File Sharing is Far Better Than Email for Your Business

Angela Wight
How far along is your company on the path to cloud file sharing and communication? Email certainly still has its use cases in business; it is accessible by nearly everyone, integrates with calendar tools, and allows for communication to large teams or groups of people. However, there are some key reasons to accelerate your business’s transition to new methods of cloud file sharing and communication. Here is an easy-to-digest list with tips and explanations below.
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Topics: Cloud, IT Support, Unified Communications

6 MORE Microsoft 365 Apps You Didn't Know Existed [+Bonus App]

Camryn Mottl
As the Microsoft 365 landscape continues to evolve and develop, we wanted to showcase more apps you have access to with your subscription!
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Topics: Microsoft Products, The Workplace

Are Curved Monitors Viable Office Solutions?

Ryan Aiken
You’ve seen these sleek, curved displays in the stores, online, and maybe even have one at home as a part of your teens gaming setup, but are they for the office environment? Read on to find out, tangibly, what makes them special, and what the pros and cons are for using them in the workplace.
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Topics: Equipment Purchases, The Workplace, Manufacturing

Watch Out as IRS Tax Phishing Scams Grow

Camryn Mottl
Have you filed your business or personal taxes yet? Either way, this time of year remains one of the most popular for phishing scams. Be certain you’re staying off the hook by watching out for these tax-related scams and phishing emails.
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Topics: Trends, Finance