Author: Jenni

Jun 28, 2019

Simplify Scheduling with Calendly

How many back-and-forth emails or voicemails does it take you to set up an appointment? In my experience, I can comfortably say an average of three or four. Wouldn’t it be nice to send one email and have a confirmed meeting time automatically added to your calendar? We’re always interested in streamlining our processes – […]

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May 15, 2019

3 Free Ways to Answer your MS Office “How do I…” Questions

Since its release in 1990, Microsoft Office has evolved into a suite of programs or apps that work together to offer maximum productivity.  From holding virtual meetings in Teams, to creating a complex spreadsheet in Excel, to sharing documents and information of all sorts on SharePoint – Office has a little bit of something for […]

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Apr 19, 2019

Can my Social Security Number be Suspended?

Recently, our friends at KnowBe4 warned us of robocall scams saying your Social Security Number is suspended.  Here’s what they had to say: “Be on the lookout for a popular robocall scam that is tricking people into believing their Social Security number (SSN) has been suspended. The robocall tells you to call the number provided […]

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Mar 08, 2019

Vulnerability Exposed – Urgent Update of Chrome Browser Required

A security vulnerability has been identified in the Google Chrome application. To put it simply, hackers can use a little hole Chrome’s software left open to gain access to your computer.  Our security engineers have deemed the risk serious enough to justify asking everyone who has Chrome installed on their computer to take action, ideally no […]

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Mar 08, 2019

How are “You’ve Been Naughty” Emails Getting to my Inbox?

For several months now, hackers have been sending emails that might make some people nervous. They claim to have compromising images or video of you that they’ll distribute if you don’t send a bitcoin payment within a specified time frame. Some include reference to a password you would recognize, which lends to some sense of […]

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Mar 05, 2019

Partner Spotlight: The TM Group

We’re thrilled to introduce the Partner Spotlight to highlight fantastic Safety Net partners!  We work with some great businesses and would like to introduce you to them.  We’ll try to shine a light on products or services that could benefit your organization, and other educational and interesting facts about these organizations doing great things. “Large […]

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Feb 22, 2019

O365 – 3 Tips for Outlook

I remember using Word 25 years ago.  Things have certainly changed!  When I started working with the programs in Office 365 (O365), I was both confused and amazed.  There are quite a few new features that increase efficiency, but it can be a challenge to discover them. Here are three tips that can help you […]

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spotlight
Jan 31, 2019

Our Clients Deserve the Spotlight

We are so fortunate to be the IT partner to hundreds of organizations that make a big impact on individuals, entire communities, and even the world.  We shine the ‘spotlight’ on one client in each of our newsletters. September 2018 Spotlight: Teter Orthotics and Prosthetics We get to work with some AMAZING companies who inspire […]

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Jan 29, 2019

Microsoft Teams: An Introduction to Secure Collaboration

I’m writing this blog from the safety and comfort of home as the wind blows outside my windows in a dangerously cold, real-life snow globe.  Many organizations have the policies and processes in place to allow their staff to work remotely when life requires it.  Tools that keep your team together, even when they’re physically […]

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data breach protection
Jan 17, 2019

Data Breach: Protect Yourself from Incidents Like Collection #1

“Collection #1” Data Breach The Collection #1 data breach exposed over 770 million email addresses and 20 million passwords.  More than 1.1 billion email/password combinations were included in an extensive list that was published online for hackers to access.  Those numbers are staggering. What Does This Mean For You? We predict you may see an increase in […]

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