20
Mar

Why Your Business Needs A Web Host

    Written by: Jay H. Nowadays, every business needs an online website. It allows your customers to reach you 24/7/365 and discover more about your brand, products, and services. If you want to set up a website for your business, you need a web host. What Is A Web Host? As the name implies, a web host hosts your

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16
Mar

How To Secure Your WordPress Website

Written by: Jay H. Keeping your WordPress website safe should be a priority for any site owner. Without proper protections in place, your website is vulnerable to hackers, attacks, malware, malfunctions, and other issues. However, you may not know precisely how to improve your site’s security. In this post, we’ll go over some of the ways you can quickly secure

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9
Mar

How To Speed Up Google Chrome

Written by: Jay H. Google Chrome is the most popular web browser worldwide, with over 60 percent of all internet users choosing it as their primary browser. However, if your Chrome feels slower than usual, you can take easy steps to remediate the issues. Here’s how to speed up Google Chrome. Close Unused Tabs Each tab consumes processing power, meaning

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28
Feb

How To Automatically Forward Emails In Microsoft Outlook & Office 365

Written by: Jay H. Auto-forwarding can be extremely useful when you’re out of the office and don’t want to miss an email. As the name suggests, this tool automatically forwards incoming emails to another address, based on rules you’ve configured. It’s quick and easy to set up, too. Here’s how to automatically forward emails in Microsoft Outlook and Office 365.

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19
Feb

How To Speed Up Your WordPress Site

If you’re old enough, you may remember the days of dial-up internet and waiting several minutes for your web pages to load. Nowadays, we don’t have that sort of patience and expect our web pages to load immediately, or we’ll click away. To retain visitors, your website needs to be lightning fast. Let’s go over how you can speed up

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6
Feb

What Is The Principle Of Least Privilege (POLP)?

Written by: Jay H. The principle of least privilege (POLP) is the concept that you should only grant any user, program, or process the bare minimum privileges required to perform its tasks. So whether that user is the owner or a new hire, they only have the minimum permissions needed to do their jobs. This principle works by giving excessive rights

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27
Jan

How To Add A User In Microsoft 365

Written by: Jay H. When someone new joins your company, you’ll need to add them to your Microsoft 365 subscription. Luckily, the process is easy. Here’s how to add a user in Microsoft 365. Go to the Microsoft 365 admin center, select User management, then click Add user. Enter the user’s first and last names, and optionally, change the display

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21
Jan

Best WordPress Plugins For eCommerce Websites

Written by: Jay H. Creating a WordPress ecommerce website is an easy and effective way to sell products online. And with WordPress’s vast library of plugins, you can add numerous features to your site. But which plugins are crucial for your ecommerce website? Let’s go over the 5 best WordPress plugins for ecommerce websites. Best WordPress Plugins For Ecommerce WooCommerce

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20
Jan

Is Your Organization Safe From Cybercrime in 2022?

Written by: Jay H. Many people were glad to say goodbye to 2021. However, with the new year comes new cybersecurity challenges against organizations. Indeed, ransomware hit over one-third (37 percent) of businesses in 2021, and security experts project it to only get worse this year. Does your company have a solid cybersecurity strategy, or is it vulnerable to cybercrime?

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14
Jan

Should You Upgrade To Windows 11?

Written by: Jay H. Windows 11 marks the next chapter in Microsoft’s operating system sega. If you’re currently using Windows 10, you’re likely free to upgrade at any time as long as you meet the requirements. But the question remains – should you upgrade to Windows 11 or stick with Windows 10? Thankfully, you’re not forced to update. Microsoft has

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