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Surging Tech Support Scams and How to Avoid Them

164_C_SecCyber scammers are learning that you can trap more flies with honey than with vinegar. In a widely spreading tech support scam, the scammers shift from the usual scare tactics and instead graciously offer to “help” potential victims. This scam involves convincing victims that their computer has been compromised, before conveniently offering their services to deal with the issue.

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Don’t connect your phone to rental cars

164_C_SecIt is a great convenience to connect (or just charge) your smartphone when traveling in a rental car. But this convenience brings significant risks, as evidenced by a recent warning from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) as well as a research paper from George Mason University. Users should know the risks, as well as preventative steps, and companies may want to ...

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Is Your Email Signature Making a Positive, Lasting Impression?

164_C_SecFor organizations that conduct business via email, your email signature is often one of the final points of communication a consumer has with your service/brand. Nowadays email signatures can be designed to incorporate photos, logos, banners, social media icons, and other personal touches. Interested in creating your own custom email signature? Try Email Signature Rescue and start creating your own professional quality, personalized email signature design in just a few minutes.

VoIP’s future is bright for businesses

164_C_SecVoIP is the funny-sounding phone system that’s been around for over two decades. Though that may seem surprising, it actually makes sense, because that’s about how long the internet has been mainstream, and “Voice over Internet Protocol” needs internet in order to function. So what might the future hold for small-business telecom if these two technologies continue to advance in sync?