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5 digital things not to do at work

Monday, November 25, 2013

By Paul Messino

5 digital things not to do at work or else you risk getting fired Read more

Cryptolocker Crooks

Thursday, November 14, 2013

By Paul Messino

CryptoLocker crooks launch new 'customer service' website for victims

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An i for an - Lost phones, tablets leading to rise of arrests

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

By Paul Messino

NAPLES — When the North Naples woman returned to her car, her iPhone was gone. She looked around, but just couldn’t find it. So she pulled out her iPad and activated the “Find My iPhone” tracking program. To her surprise, her phone was moving. She watched on a map as her iPhone headed west on Pine Ridge Road, then stopped at a Publix. She drove there, pulled in beside the targeted car and activated an alarm on her cellphone, confirming it was inside the other car. She got her iPhone back that day. The woman who found and kept it went to jail. Read more

5 must-read tech questions answered

Sunday, February 24, 2013

By Paul Messino

Permanently erase data from your computer Read more

COPIER DATA SECURITY: GUIDE FOR BUSINESSES

Wednesday, October 03, 2012

By Paul Messino

Last year we ran an article regarding data on copier and printers.  Much to our surprise it was the most popular blog we ran last year.  Many of our customers contacted us directly thanking us for bringing to their attention the data was still stored in many of today's copiers, scanners and printers.  

Many of us have donated used printers to nonprofit organizations.  While this is a great gesture you must be aware  that much of your data may still be intact.

Below you will find a sample from the PDF we downloaded from the government website at www.business.FTC.com

If you have any sensitive data or old printers you wish to be destroyed or recycled, please contact our friend Keeth Kipp @ http://www.mwaste.com/ Read more

all business needs a boost in sales and needs it now

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

By Paul Messino

From: Barry Moltz 

I think I have a great one! From the survey I ran a few weeks back, it was clear that almost every business needs a boost in sales and needs it now.

I did some research on what has worked in the past (and what has not), and this little tip has been successful time and time again. I hope it benefits you:

1. Divide your contact list into A, B, and C categories.

2. Identify A's as people who are past customers or key connectors you need to stay in touch with every month.

3. Identify B's as prospects or connectors that you need to contact every two months. 

4. Finally, identify C's as those people that it is beneficial to contact four times a year.

5. Write a personal email to each of the A, B and C people asking for an update on how they are doing and add something that they will find value.

6. Keep track of this in the customer relationship management system of your choice (ie High Rise, Sales Force, ACT, Outlook). 

7. Repeat consistently.

The key here, is that it is a system of building rapport. People buy from people they like and trust. By simply making it a process of staying in touch, your sales will increase. 

Remember this... no one cares how much you know until they know how much you care
So how to create this in Sage Act!?  Read more

Hurricane Season is Coming - Protect Your Assets

Monday, May 21, 2012

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June 1st is rapidly approaching. Don't wait for the weather man to be on your TV every 30 seconds telling you a hurricane is coming before you start preparing. Our 2012 Hurricane Guide will help you kick-start your business hurricane kit.  Read more

Spring Cleaning

Monday, March 19, 2012

By Paul Messino


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Good Housekeeping Tips

Monday, September 12, 2011

By Paul Messino

Does this scenario sound familiar?  You have your database stored on your server in a network environment.  The server is backed up nightly - either tapes, offsite or external hard drives.  You know your database program can run scheduled backups, but why bother?  You have them backed up at the network level.   Read more

Get Ready for Hurricane Season

Tuesday, July 05, 2011

By Paul Messino


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