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Building a collaborative cybersecurity culture with Gen Z employees

May 20th, 2024

Gen Z’s digital fluency presents a valuable opportunity to strengthen your company’s cybersecurity posture. This blog post will explore strategies for fostering a collaborative cybersecurity culture where veteran employees and Gen Z newcomers can share knowledge and best practices.

8 Tips to save energy on your PC

May 17th, 2024

Conserving energy while using your PC daily can be quite challenging. A typical desktop setup, including loudspeakers and a printer, can consume nearly 600 kWh annually if used for eight hours a day. The good news is that you can significantly reduce this consumption by adopting a few practical tips.

Turn hold time into gold by enhancing your VoIP on-hold messages

May 15th, 2024

For many businesses, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) on-hold messages are an afterthought — a necessary evil to fill the silence while customers wait. But did you know that wait times could be transformed into powerful marketing tools? By carefully crafting VoIP on-hold messages, you can keep your customers engaged and enhance their overall experience.

The advantages of private browsers for protecting your online privacy

May 10th, 2024

As the internet evolves, so do the risks associated with online activities. Private browsers are an often overlooked tool for protecting your online privacy and security. In this article, we will discuss the advantages of using private browsers and examine whether you should incorporate them into your online habits.

How To Put Generative AI To Work For Your South Florida Business

The rapid evolution of AI over the past year has been nothing short of revolutionary, particularly generative AI – technologies that generate text, images, video, 3-D models and even code – which saw a breakout year in 2023. In ChatGPT’s first month, it amassed 57 million users, making it the fastest-growing consumer application in history, according to research from investment bank UBS.

Despite its popularity, there’s an undercurrent of uncertainty among some business leaders.

How cloud-based OMS empowers your eCommerce business

May 8th, 2024

eCommerce thrives on happy customers, but managing a growing order volume can strain your ability to deliver exceptional experiences. What’s worse, traditional methods often fall short of current demands. Discover how a cloud-based order management system (OMS) empowers you to streamline operations, minimize errors, and provide valuable information.

Hackers 101: Understanding the different types and what they do

May 6th, 2024

Back in the 1950s, the term “hacker” simply described someone who enjoyed tinkering with computers and pushing their boundaries. However, with the rise of personal computers in the 1980s, the term became associated with individuals who exploited vulnerabilities in computer systems, often teenagers who enjoyed the thrill of breaking into government IT systems.

Why softphones are the perfect business communication solution

April 26th, 2024

Are you searching for a communication solution that’s as dynamic as your business environment? Softphones emerge as a compelling contender, offering a host of features tailored to meet the unique needs of modern enterprises. From enhanced mobility to cost savings, softphones present a comprehensive solution ideal for businesses wanting to elevate their communication strategies.

7 Windows features that drive you nuts (and how to fix them)

April 24th, 2024

If you’re one of the millions navigating the digital world through a Windows device, you’ve probably stumbled over some hidden tripwires that can trigger various eye-rolls and groans. Today, we’ll peel back the veneer and address the more exasperating Windows features head-on.

AT&T Attack Reveals 73 Million Customer Records Exposed On The Dark Web

In a statement released by the largest telecommunications company in the United States, AT&T, they shared that they recently discovered a dataset for sale on the “dark web” that contained information for about 7.6 million current AT&T account holders and 65.4 million former users, totaling approximately 73 million affected accounts.