January might be the month of starting New Year’s Resolutions, but February is the month of seeing whether or not they stick. Want one resolution from us that you should definitely keep? Regularly changing your account passwords. If you don’t, you could start off 2020 by being the owner of one of the over 2.3 […]
The start of 2020 means that the expansion and development of technologies that can benefit your business are just around the corner. Why treat your business tech like its stuck in the previous decade? Keeping on top of upcoming tech trends will help you determine which ones will have an impact on your company and […]
The holiday season is here! Time for last-minute online present shopping, an increasing number of holiday-related emails in your inbox, and hackers trying to take advantage of it all. Although the year has already been full of malware attacks, Christmas time is when spammers take full advantage of your busy schedule to bombard you with […]
On October 2nd, the FBI issued a warning that malware, ransomware, and other sorts of cybercrime is on the rise, detailing steps you and your business can take to protect yourself. We’re glad the FBI caught up! If you’ve listened to TechBldrs’ advice before, you’re likely already putting into action the defensive steps the FBI […]
Last month, we covered what to do to protect your digital life if you lose an Android device with access to your online accounts. But what if you’re a member of the 45% of Americans that have an iPhone as their smartphone of choice? This month, we’ll be covering what to do if you lose […]
Most people with online accounts have been asked to enable two-factor authentication (2FA) before. It’s one of the most accessible online security measures you can take, and we at TechBldrs recommend it highly. Companies like Google, Facebook, and Microsoft encourage users to add a device- like a mobile phone- to which they can send a […]
Data breaches are getting worse and happening more frequently, and our password habits aren’t helping. Financial information, healthcare, education- no matter how secure the system, nothing is truly safe. What’s been happening while you’re still logging into Netflix with your old “flyEaglesfly123” password? We’re so glad you asked.
Summer is finally here! School’s out, days are long, and memories are being made (and stored on your phone’s Camera Roll). But as the days get warmer, it’s important to the working condition of your computers, phones, and other portable electronic devices that they remain as cool as you feel after a dip in the […]