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Stop asking me!

Microsoft seems to be good at getting on our nerves. I don’t know about you, but I’m tired of being reminded about saving passwords. Hey … that sounds awfully familiar!  It’s like that movie Groundhog Day (if you read my … Continue reading

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Never share your passwords

Recently we received a phone call from the IT department of a client who was having some issues with our system. During the conversation it became clear that we had an instance where someone had shared their password. It came … Continue reading

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Passwords: Change is good

Most people are creatures of habit. We get up at the same time each day. We take the same route to and from work. We have certain activities that we do on certain days. To put it bluntly, we are … Continue reading

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Pssst … What’s the password?

As an IT professional, I always remind people to make sure their antivirus software is up-to-date and that they scan their computer regularly for malware. While these items are important, the biggest threat to data security is social engineering. Social … Continue reading

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