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Block Access To Websites/Parental Controls

Posted by: Jonathan Arnott
Friday, December 2nd, 2016 @ 6:52 PM

There are many reasons why you may need to limit access to certain websites or entire areas of the web. Maybe you are a parent and you are trying to limit your children’s access to the web. Maybe you are running a school where you have to take the protection of minors into consideration. Maybe … Continue reading Block Access To Websites/Parental Controls


How To Block Web Browser Ads

Posted by: Jonathan Arnott
Friday, December 2nd, 2016 @ 5:47 PM

If you are tired of ads constantly cluttering your internet browser then there is a solutions. Maybe you own a business and you are looking to add an extra layer of protection to keep your employees from clicking on links that they shouldn’t. AdBlock Plus is a great free tool that allows you to keep … Continue reading How To Block Web Browser Ads


Monitoring Employee Computers

Posted by: Jonathan Arnott
Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016 @ 9:59 PM

With technology becoming a central component of every business, it is a good idea to know how your company IT resources are being used. As an employer, you need to know that your staff is being efficient and that they are using your company assets appropriately. If you have employees that are accessing parts of … Continue reading Monitoring Employee Computers


Cloud Data Storage Gillware

Posted by: Jonathan Arnott
Friday, November 11th, 2016 @ 10:09 PM

Does your company have a data backup strategy? Cloud backups are a vary important part of any network. Without them, you are at risk of losing your data should a disaster strike. That being said, many questions remain. How should I set up my backup system? How many copies of my data do I need? … Continue reading Cloud Data Storage Gillware


Server Backup vs. Computer Backup

Posted by: Jonathan Arnott
Friday, November 11th, 2016 @ 6:35 PM

If you spend your working days behind a computer, it is worth it to know what is going on behind the scenes when you save a file that you have been working on. There are usually a list of drives that you can use to save your files to. Knowing the difference between saving your … Continue reading Server Backup vs. Computer Backup


Windows 10 System Image Backup

Posted by: Jonathan Arnott
Thursday, November 3rd, 2016 @ 10:31 PM

What is an operating system image backup? This is a backup of your complete hard drive including all of your files and the Windows 10 operating system. Rather then backing up a single folder, you can easily take an image of your hard drive and save all of your system settings and data. This is … Continue reading Windows 10 System Image Backup


How Many Forms Of Redundancy Should Your Data Backup Plan Have?

Posted by: Jonathan Arnott
Friday, October 28th, 2016 @ 10:46 PM

How do you know when your data is secure? In business today, almost everyone knows that backups are an absolute necessity, but there are no clear standards that helps you know your data is safe. It seems like there are new appliances and cloud services being created every day that are going to solve all … Continue reading How Many Forms Of Redundancy Should Your Data Backup Plan Have?


Train Employees What To Click On

Posted by: Jonathan Arnott
Friday, October 21st, 2016 @ 5:32 PM

October is cyber security month – a month dedicated to ensuring that you and your business are as safe from online threats as possible. Cyber security threats are real, and they are more common than you may think. Whether it is a phishing scam coming through your e-mail or targeted malware, cyber criminals are constantly … Continue reading Train Employees What To Click On


Windows 10 Password Set Up/Change

Posted by: Jonathan Arnott
Friday, October 14th, 2016 @ 9:02 PM

Every computer should have a password, especially business computers! It is hard to tell what might happen to your computer and when you think about all of the information you keep there, it is best to take measures to make sure your information is safe. This is especially true if you allow your computer to … Continue reading Windows 10 Password Set Up/Change


Use Windows Defender in Windows 10 to Keep Your Computer Safe

Posted by: Jonathan Arnott
Friday, October 7th, 2016 @ 4:28 PM

Windows Defender is Microsoft’s security and threat detection software that is built into Windows 10. Windows Defender is a great tool that is rarely utilized and is completely free with the Windows 10 operating system. To use this tool you will need to go into your settings and make sure that Windows Defender is on … Continue reading Use Windows Defender in Windows 10 to Keep Your Computer Safe