Top 10 Benefits of Microsoft Office 365 Series #1

Join us for the next 2 weeks for a series of why it is quintessential to get Microsoft Office 365. Unified Coordination with the Tools You Already Know Office 365 works effortlessly with the programs you are already familiar with, including Outlook, Word, Excel, OneNote, Publisher and PowerPoint. These tools provide the same great features you rely on together with … Read More

Adding Facebook LiveChat to your Website

What a time to be alive, where you can go onto a company’s website and chat to one of the representatives without having to pick the phone up. Or you can chat to potential clients without having to do cold-calling. Live chat allows you to instantly communicate with your website visitors via instant messaging. The chat simply appears within their browser window, and … Read More

The Art of Professionalism

The one thing that totally drives me insane is an unprofessional email for professional purposes. I know, the world is changing, people are changing, and etiquette is becoming a thing of the past. Yet, every day I get tons (exaggerating) emails with no contact details and no email signature. I don’t expect a kind regards, but how do I engage … Read More

Security Awareness Training – Take 30% Off!

With 2019 around the corner, for the month of November Knowbe4 is knocking 30% off the original price to see how serious we are about security awareness training. Educating employees on security is now more crucial than ever. Employees are part of an organization’s attack surface, and ensuring they have the know-how to defend themselves and the organization against threats … Read More

Help Desk Administration

The role of a HelpDesk administrator in a company can be very exciting, and at times challenging. To work at a Help Desk, you need a lot of patience, good listening skills, and resilience to frustrated customers – and enough care to understand their frustrations, and lastly, and have the required knowledge of your company’s products and services. These are … Read More

Battling the Pesky Password Problem

Passwords vs. Memory = The Risk What is considered a strong password, and why does the strength of the password really matter that much. This brings us to another question; how do hackers gain access so effortlessly? For anyone in the IT industry, in a recent quest to engineer secure systems, NIST (the National Institute for Standards and Technology) has … Read More

Call for Trust

#TheSalesMajor found an interesting, yet important article and wishes to share: French President Emmanuel Macron announces The Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace at UNESCO headquarters in Paris on Nov. 12, 2018. Today, French President Emmanuel Macron launched a global effort among governments, businesses and civil society to protect and defend against threats to the digital infrastructure that … Read More

Transformation is Now

Microsoft announced the End of Support for SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2 on July 9, 2019 and Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 on January 14, 2020 They would like to thank you for trusting them to run your mission critical applications on these two popular products that businesses have been deploying for nearly over a decade. They are … Read More

Using Facebook Attribution to Your Full Advantage

Only launched recently (2 weeks ago), Facebook Attribution looks at determining the cause of a conversion – like where did that person come from? What kind of device did they use? Did they make use of multiple devices? Was it paid content or simply organic? For marketers who make use of several advertising platforms, like Google Ads, LinkedIn Ads, Pinterest, … Read More