Elizabeth Myers

How to Protect Your Business from the Piracy Police

by Elizabeth Myers / November 29, 2017 / Latest News

It may not get the same attention as the number of illegal Game of Thrones downloads, but software piracy still isn’t something your business can take lightly. In fact, one little slip can cost you thousands or even millions of dollars in fines,..

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Elizabeth Myers

How to Stop Your Business Becoming a Victim of Social Engineering

by Elizabeth Myers / November 15, 2017 / Latest News

You can have top-notch security in place but there is still one danger: social engineering. It’s the old kid on the block, but most of us have never heard of it.  Perhaps the more familiar term is ‘con’:  the art of manipulating people to take..

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Denny Poynter

Denny Poynter | Director of Marketing, Tharp Realty Group

by Denny Poynter / November 13, 2017 / Testimonials

We have worked with IT Indianapolis for over four years. They have efficiently and effectively taken over managing all of our IT resources - no inside IT people for us anymore. Additionally, they have created our website and online presence...

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Jon Wright

How to Search Google Safely

by Jon Wright / November 8, 2017 / Latest News

We all love our Google, quickly finding everything we need on the Internet. It’s replaced dictionaries, encyclopedias, instruction manuals, newspapers and in many cases, even doctors. However, sometimes your search results aren’t the real thing..

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Keep Up to Date by Outsourcing

by Jonathan "JB" Bowen / November 1, 2017 / Latest News

Updating your business software is one of your best protections against cyber-attack, but actually going through and running the updates is a task that often gets overlooked. Either they take too long, they pop up at inconvenient times, or you..

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Steve Weigle

3 Tech Tips to Make You a Better Business Owner

by Steve Weigle / October 18, 2017 / Latest News

There’s no doubt about it, business can be tough! You’re juggling employees, customers, suppliers, stakeholders…the list is endless. You’re also operating in a competitive, high-tech economy that keeps trying to speed ahead without you. It’s no..

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Kyle Schroeder

Your Wi-Fi Is Vulnerable to Attack—Update Your Devices to Fix It

by Kyle Schroeder / October 17, 2017 / Latest News

A serious Wi-Fi vulnerability was revealed yesterday today, affecting nearly every Wi-Fi network and device using WPA or WPA2 security encryption. The Wi-Fi exploit, first reported by Ars Technica, takes advantage of a particular security flaw in..

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How to Tell if Your Computer Has a Virus?

by Ashley Riner / October 11, 2017 / Latest News

Sometimes computers do wacky things that ring alarm bells and make us dive for cover. Next thing you know, you’re running scans on repeat and demanding everyone come clean about their browsing habits. Fortunately, not all weird occurrences are..

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Andy Mudd

Most Businesses Won’t Survive a Disaster. Could Yours?

by Andy Mudd / October 4, 2017 / Latest News

With the crazy weather we’re seeing, natural disasters on the rise and cyber terrorism echoing for years, it’s not a case of ‘if’ a disaster will strike your business, but ‘when’. Surprisingly, it’s not the scope and scale of the event that..

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Dalton Bishop

Feeling the Budget Pinch? Here’s How Managed IT Can Help Save Your Business.

by Dalton Bishop / September 20, 2017 / Latest News

When it comes to running a modern business, technology is always a growing line item in the budget. Costs seem to creep up every quarter, along with a new learning curve for simply keeping everything running along smoothly. It’s no wonder then..

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