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Cybersecurity and Your Small Business

This year a big concern for small to medium sized businesses is going to be cybersecurity. I know that’s a broad topic, and you’ve almost definitely been hearing about it for years, but as[…]

Don't Say We Didn't Warn You: Top Internet Service Provider Lies

Okay, “lies” might be a little harsh. But when everyone wants your business and is willing to say anything to get it, it’s hard to know what to believe. So we compiled our top 7 most common sales[…]

4 of the Biggest Tech Topics of 2017

Happy 2018!

Everyone is back at work, school is back in session, and it’s looking like 2018 is going to be an exciting year in the tech world. But before we dive completely into the new year we[…]

The New Microsoft 365 Explained

Last month we blogged about Microsoft Office 365 for Business and answered some of the most common questions we see with clients evaluating the solution for their business. So this week we wanted to[…]

Answering Your Microsoft Office 365 for Business Questions

Are you thinking about making the move to Microsoft Office 365, but have questions before really starting the process? You’re not alone, and as Microsoft Cloud Solutions Providers we have the answers[…]

17 of the Best Tech Gifts for the 2017 Holiday Season

It's that time again! If you're needing a little help with what to get the tech obsessed individuals on your list, look no further! We've compiled a list of the top tech gifts this holiday season.


Your Guide to World Computer Security Day

Today is World Computer Security Day!

Instead of going into detail on each of these topics to help ensure your safety online we put together a list of our most popular blog posts on the topics to[…]

Why You Should Have an Internal and Guest Network

A while back a few members of the IT Freedom team went to a conference and one of the speakers started talking about the importance of network segmentation. For us, it’s a no brainer and something[…]

Patch Management vs. Vulnerability Mangement

What is Patch Management?

TechTarget defines Patch Management as “an area of systems management that involves acquiring, testing, and installing multiple patches to an administered computer system.”

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