The Newest Email Scam

The Newest Email Scam Gotten an email with the subject containing a password you’ve used in the past, asking for thousands of dollars in Bitcoin? Stop right there! We’ve been getting lots of questions about this kind of email this past month and wanted to address it head-on. There’s a new ransomware scam running rampant […]

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Efolder vs. Dropbox

Efolder vs. Dropbox There’s a massive difference between consumer-grade and business-grade file sync services. Dropbox tends to be the go-to file sync service that most people think of, but here’s a few reasons why Dropbox isn’t the most secure business-grade file service: Past Issues Dropbox has had issues with keeping its users’ information secure ever […]

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Our Microsoft Supplier News

Our Microsoft Supplier News As of the beginning of September, Tarrant Technology has been given the title of an official Microsoft Supplier. Here’s what this means for you and your business: Tarrant Technology has been fully vetted by Microsoft and meets their high security, privacy, and ethical standards. You truly are working with the best […]

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Open Wi-Fi, and Why Not to Use It

Open Wi-Fi, and Why Not to Use It With football season in full swing, it’s important to keep your personal data extra-safe. Leaving your phone settings to automatically connect to open, no-password Wi-Fi is a dangerous practice, and here’s why: Source: https://www.star-telegram.com/sports/college/big-12/texas-christian-university/article202796689.html Whether it’s at a Starbucks right down the street, the McDonalds you always […]

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The Newest Update on Office 365 for Mac Users

The Newest Update on Office 365 – Mac Compatibility With September comes the usual monthly update to Office 365 – along with some new changes. Microsoft has announced this change to all Mac subscribers to Office 365 services. Starting with this September’s Office 365 update, all Macs must be running at least macOS Sierra or macOS […]

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Password Vaults: One Master Key

Password Vaults: One Master Key One password with slight variations for all of your different accounts? A sticky-note underneath your keyboard with that one 10-character code you can never seem to remember? If these scenarios sound anything like you, your accounts’ security are at risk. We get it, though – these days, it seems everything […]

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4 Ways to Keep Your Email Secure

4 Ways to Keep Your Email Secure One of the easiest ways to get hacked is through your email. Here are 4 tips to help you keep your information private: 1. Break the Clicking Habit Any time you receive an email with a link, get out of the habit of clicking on it! Although it […]

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5 Reasons to Invest in Small Business Security

Why Small Business Owners Should Invest in Security Although small business owners never used to have to worry extensively about their business’s security, today’s world of hackers and cybercrime doesn’t shield them from attacks any more than any other business. The misconception is that businesses that are large attract more attention, and therefore more cyberattacks. […]

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The Importance of One Letter: HTTP vs. HTTPS

The Importance of One Letter: HTTP vs. HTTPS As of a week ago, Google Chrome announced that they have started encouraging websites to make the transition from unencrypted to encrypted sites. How? By declaring all HTTP sites “Not Secure” in the URL bar at the top of your browser. https://creativeimagery.com.au/3-reasons-why-you-need-ssl/ This change isn’t exactly shocking […]

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