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Let’s Get Physical About Security.

Theft is on the rise. Physical security is often overlooked. Many people don’t consider physical access when they think of cyber security, but they should. Physical security, or access control, as a true geek would say, is one of the most overlooked and least expensive security measures you can implement for your company.

Fatten up Your Deductions with Section 179

This is like a fire sale on Black Friday! Don’t miss this final opportunity to take advantage of Section 179 in the 2019 tax year. Rumor has it that this benefit will never be available again.

What is Section 179?

It is a tax code that allows businesses to deduct the full purchase price of qualifying equipment and software bought or financed during the tax year.

Wi-Fi 6 and What It Means for You.

If you keep up with the latest gadgets, you might have noticed that some of this year's releases of laptops and phones boasted of Wi-Fi 6 compatibility. But what does that really mean? It's the latest version of wireless capability, designed to increase speeds, reliability, and range.

The Deep and Dark Web: What You Should Know

The deep web and dark web are two dramatically different things even though they are related. Here are a few things to consider to keep your information safe online.

What is the deep web?

The deep web is a part of the World Wide Web that holds content that doesn’t have a permanent URL. This means it is behind a paywall, password protected or dynamically generated.

What NOT to Do After a Breach

Has your security been breached? Here’s a few pointers of what NOT to do.

1. Do NOT improvise.

Your company deserves the best. In the event of an attack you may be tempted to try to fix things yourself on the fly. The last thing you need is to waste time trying to organize a recovery plan.