2017

FAQ About PCI Assessments

Have you decided to start accepting major credit cards for your business in an effort to gain more customers? Before you can begin accepting major credit cards from customers, you must make sure that the process can be done in a secure manner. Basically, your business must be able to pass a Payment Card Industry (PCI) assessment before you can move forward. Keep in mind that accepting debit cards that have major credit card company logos means that your business must pass the assessment as well.

The Pros And Cons Of Using An IT-Managed Service Provider For Your Business

If you have a small or mid-sized business, you may not need to hire a dedicated IT professional for your office. There simply may not be enough work to go around. However, many offices still need help installing new software, monitoring their employees computer usage and fixing computer, software and internet issues. If this is the case, you can outsource IT needs to an IT professional as needed or hire an IT managed service provider.

Dealing With Slow Wifi Speeds? Here's A Few Diagnostics

Wireless internet simply isn't as fast as a wired connection of the same technology level at present, but that doesn't mean you need to deal with sloppy, lost packets and rampant disconnections. Whether you're enjoying some casual online gaming that doesn't need the perfect response time (ping) or just checking email, here are a few diagnostics and improvement points to make your wireless internet a lot more responsive. Common Causes Of Blockage And Low Signal

Four Things You Want Built Into Your Software For An Online Store

Running an online company for goods is now one of the ways that most people start out their business. If you have your own business where you sell products, one of your most valuable assets will be your website. A good website will be easy for customers to flip through and order from. From the customer's point of view, website layouts should be visually attractive, easy to navigate, and as informative as possible.

Safe Tips For Remembering Your Passwords

From your smartphone to your personal email, to your Wi-Fi router to your work computer – you probably have more passwords than you can even begin to remember. As an important barrier between your personal information and the outside world, keeping track of your passwords is a task, but an important one to complete. Failing to keep track of your passwords can keep you from accessing your own information and even opens the door to thieves.

3 Tips for Protecting Your Business Data

No matter the size of your business, you always need to take precautions to keep your data and the private information of your customers safe. With many resources available, you can minimize the chances of data breaches or loss of data due to system failures. Be Cautious About Remote Access Working remotely is increasingly common in both small and large businesses. Although this opportunity can provide more flexibility to your workers and less overhead for your business, remote access to your business network can come with security hurdles.