Weekly Tech Tip: Make backup copies of important business data and information

Regularly backup the data on all computers. Critical data includes word processing documents, electronic spreadsheets, databases, financial files, human resources files, and accounts receivable/payable files. Backup data automatically if possible, or at least weekly, and store the copies either offsite or on the cloud.

Wisdom Wednesday: Out Of Office In Microsoft Outlook

How Do I Set My Out Of Office In Microsoft Outlook To Only Send From One Date To Another? In Outlook, click on File, Info then select Automatic Replies (Out of Office). Click on Send Automatic Replies and check the Only send during this time range check box. Specify a start and end time for […]

The Implications of Office 365’s Dominance and Slack’s Increasing Rise for Small Businesses

Knowing which productivity apps are right for your small business and your employees is tough, but looking at what your peer companies can provide a good starting point. From established companies like Microsoft and its Office 365 suite to upstarts experiencing rapid growth like Slack, productivity apps that purport to help small businesses work smarter […]

Uh-Oh, Tax Time Titillates Scammers and Phishers

There is now a new twist to W2 from phishing scams that begins with requesting tax information, now, criminals are also stealing directly from the companies who they scammed for W2 information in the first place. The old saying – “The only things you can be sure of is death and taxes” – needs to […]

5 Ways to Make Your National Pizza Day Celebration Memorable

Some Twists on Traditional Pizza Day Celebrations to Make the Event Memorable and Meaningful Pizza Day is happening on February 9. Most businesses already know how to celebrate — have an in-house pizza party during the lunch hour in support of the spirit of the day. Many offices also opt to visit a local pizzeria […]