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Your slow technology could be costing you customers: digital customer service and your response speed

Technology has changed everyone’s habits- including the habits of your clients and customers! We expect to get what we want almost the exact moment that we want it, especially Millennials and Gen Z who have grown up with technology at their fingertips. People use multiple devices to browse, read reviews, compare prices, and ask for […]

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It’s time to “get smart” about your cybersecurity

Why do people choose to be stupid with security? And what can you do to stop the damage “the human factor” can do to your cybersecurity?

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Safety Encryption

Encrypting Your Databases: What's the Law?

You already know that the biggest digital security risks for any business is a data breach. The rise in number of ransomware attacks around the world show that cyber crime is growing, and that it’s more important now than ever before to ensure that your sensitive company data is secure and that your organization maintains […]

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Sharing from Sharepoint or OneDrive

TB How To: Sharing from Sharepoint or OneDrive

In this TB How To, Mike shows you how to share a folder from Sharepoint or OneDrive, which can be useful for file-sharing within your company or when you're working with outside collaborators. Check out the video in this post!

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Tips for Better Video Conferencing

3 Tips for Better Video Conferencing: How to Look Like a Pro

Sitting in front of a webcam for hours a week is now normal, both for your business and your social life. Making a good impression during a video call is important, which means figuring out how to appear presentable on your colleagues’ laptop screens, or learning the importance of camera angles, a good internet connection, […]

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Working From Home Tips

Working From Home: Tips You Can Use Today

While we all may have taken a day or two to work from home in the past, a large-scale transition to a work from home environment like the one we’ve seen can present its own brand of challenges.

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Recognizing a Cyberattack

Recognizing a Cyberattack in Greater Philadelphia Area: Save Your Data by Looking for These Signs

It may not have hit the headlines like the Coronavirus or election season, but the United Nations recently suffered a major security breach. A vulnerability in their system- caused by a failure to patch a known problem!- was exploited by hackers to hit a variety of targets world-wide. What does the fact that the UN […]

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Fraudulent Mobile Apps

Fraudulent Mobile Apps: What you should know and how to avoid them

How many times has it happened to you: you download an app for your phone that looks like a fun game or a useful service, but your battery starts draining faster, you hit your data limit sooner, or the app itself causes things to run at a snail’s pace or (worst of all) it asks […]

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Secure Passwords

Secure Passwords: A Resolution You Can Keep

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 […]

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Happy New Year 2020

4 Business Technologies to Watch in 2020

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 […]

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Phishing Free Christmas

We’re Dreaming of a Phishing-Free Christmas: Get Savvy for the Holidays!

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 […]

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FBI Bulletin: Are you protecting your computer?

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 […]

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