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Holding the door for hacker

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Don't Get Tricked by Hackers!

Cybercriminals are always on the hunt for easy access to your organization. Many times the easiest way in isn’t traditional hacking. Human hacking, more commonly known as social engineering, involves tricking an unsuspecting employee into giving hackers the access they need.
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5 Professional Development Books to Read Right Now

How do some of the brightest minds in today's business world stay at the cutting edge in both their personal and professional lives? The answer is so simple that it may surprise you- they read. Take control of your professional development right now by chiseling out the time to read.

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VR in business: Who's using it and what's the potential?

VR has practical commercial applications, and more and more companies are taking advantage of them. Indeed, businesses of all sizes and in practically any industry can utilize it.
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Time is Money: Measuring your Return on Technology

It might be a bit cliché, but, when it comes to your business, time really is money. You need to make sure you are not spinning your wheels troubleshooting useless tech. Remember- technology should be there to help you conduct business, not deplete your time and financial resources!
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5 Ways to Boost Productivity with Office 365

Microsoft's Office 365 is the go-to productivity suite for businesses of all sizes. But did you know there are plugins that can make the your favorite programs even more useful? Get more out of your Office 365 subscription by adding these free plugins today.
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How to work remotely using only your smartphone

Smartphone apps allow employees to work remotely with the same functionality on their smaller devices as they would have access to on larger ones. With so many productivity apps being introduced each year, companies are beginning to see real ROI in allowing staff to work remotely.