2 Factor Authentication

News of a another data breach seems to be in the news every week. Security is more and more important in our always-connected world. One thing you can do to help increase your own security is the use of 2 factor authentication. 2 factor authentication is a technique where more then a password is required to access a service. An example of 2 factor authentication in the analog world would be when you use your…
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2015 Survey Results

Thank you to everyone who took a few minutes to fill out my 2015 survey. Here are some of the results of the questions you answered. 1. What do you find useful that I write about? There was a almost three way tie with the following topics. Backup,Technology and Mac 2. What do you want me to write more about. Technology News followed by Backup and Mac. 3. Would you be interested in the following…
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Have a Disaster Recovery Plan

Technology plays such a important part in the day to day running of our organization that it is easy to overlook the importance of having procedures in place when things go wrong. Consider these scenarios 1. A tornado destroys the building your office is in. 2. You arrive in your office on Monday morning to find that the sprinklers have gone off flooding all your computers. 3. A gas leak in a neighboring building means you…
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Getting Back to the GTD Basics e-book

Need a quick guide to get back into Getting Things Done (GTD)? Not sure where to start? I’ve collated my blog series on Getting Back into GTD and made it in to a e-guide.  Available as both a PDF and Kindle format, Getting Back to the GTD Basics is a short and easy to understand guide to help get your GTD system back into gear. You can get both version from the Store page or…
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