Happy 4th of July

Everyone loves Independence day. Remember when you were young and it was all about treats and fireworks?
Independence Day,
the Fourth of July, is our country’s birthday. In 1776 our founders declared independence from Great Britain through their adoption of the Declaration of Independence.

You deserve a break this summer. Free yourself from daily network vexation.

There are two types of vacations for dedicated businesses owners and entrepreneurs like you: one where the umbilical cord of your business tethers you to every motion in the office, and the other where you are completely out of range. Ready to drop off the grid?

Can your office survive without you?

Generally, there are a few key personal that are shackled to their business.

Father’s Day….

Did you know that it took nearly 70 years to get Father’s day on track?
Mother’s day, spawned from the post-Civil War era originally “Mother’s Work Days”, caught on like wild fire. By 1909, 45 states observed the day of remembrance and honor for mothers everywhere.

Inquiring Minds…

What is the difference between 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0 ports? A port is a physical connection point where you can plug in things like Universal Serial Bus (USB) drives or devices. The numbers 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0 indicate the speed or ability of the port. A 1.0 port works at snail speed, 2.0 is a little faster, and 3.0 ports are “SuperSpeed”. USB 3.0 may be indicated with blue coloring or the letters “SS”. 3.0 offers speeds up to 10 times that of a USB 2.0. Don’t worry, they are interchangeable and you computer will generally detect the appropriate settings.

It is a wise father that knows his own child. Do you know your business? (William Shakespeare)

It may sound strange but, you would be surprised how many people don’t really know what’s going on with the technology in their business. Do you know who is accessing your company files and where they are stored? Do you know what websites your employees visit and every device your employees use for work?

If you answered no to any of these, you may be at risk for data loss, security breaches or worse, a dangerous infection.