Should your business switch to VoIP phones?

Many businesses still rely heavily on landline telephones as the first point of contact with their customers. But thanks to technological advances that combine the best of traditional telephony and digital connectivity, businesses can now enjoy a more affordable and more reliable option: Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phones.

How to spot the red flags and avoid email Phishing Scams

Cybercriminals never seem to run out of crafty schemes and clever ploys to grab a quick buck from victims they manage to dupe. These cyber hackers unleash thousands of phishing attacks every day and they are so often successful, it a very lucrative venture, and totally worth their time.

Get yourself a vCIO for the win!

WHAT IS A VCIO?
vCIO stands for 'Virtual' Chief Information Officer. A CIO is a key position in an organization for technology leadership. This position provides a reliable point of contact for support in developing technology strategy, vendor management, new technology recommendations, review and maintenance of IT infrastructure, and providing key technology expertise for the implementation of the appropriate technology for the organization.

5 Tips to combat VoIP eavesdropping

Eavesdropping is a form of cyberattack that has been around for years. Cybercriminals have been listening in on Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone calls since the technique was proven to be effective in obtaining valuable information, and they are showing no signs of stopping their malicious activities anytime soon.

6 Chrome extensions you should be using

Google Chrome is a fast, light, and versatile web browser that delivers a great experience to its users, so it’s no surprise that it has the biggest market share out of all web browsers in the world. It’s also expandable and customizable, thanks to the thousands of extensions available in the Chrome Web Store.

Be prepared… You are going to pay more for that computer.

The pandemic has wreaked havoc on the computer industry (amongst others) with all major computer suppliers being affected. The industry-wide component supply shortages and complicated logistics and shipping constraints are driving up prices of essential hardware, including CPUs, memory, display panels, graphics cards, LCDs, and various semiconductors are expected to persist through the year and contribute to computer costs rising, so you are going to pay more for that computer.