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What are Hackers and how do we deal with them?

Over the last few weeks we have been talking about how hackers influence our lives for better or for worse. Of the three types of hackers the most dangerous are the Black Hat. These guys do it for profit; it is how many of them actually make a living, and they don’t care at whose […]

What are Hackers and what do they do – Part two

Last week we took a brief look at the three common types of Hackers – White hat, gray hat, and black hat. With a more professional approach to hacking, the “White Hats” don’t often stray much beyond what they’re compensated for. Some of them work for different clients around the globe. While others have offices […]

What are Hackers and what do they do – Part one

When you think of the word “hacker,” what’s the first image that comes to mind? Was it a hooded figure, sulking in the basement and desperately waiting for the opportune moment to obtain all of your information with the click of a button? Or perhaps it was a socially awkward teenager chugging down their fifth […]

Four Main kinds of Cyber-attacks

There are several types of threats that can slow down the work your small business does. A few of them come from the internet its self. We have all heard of them but what exactly are they? Let’s take a look at 4 of the most popular threats to small business. Out Dated Software Out […]

Is your Office Technology a Liability? – Omaha Nebraska

Like many small businesses you probably rely on computers to calculate, store, and word process to keep your business running. The world of technology has seen new business rise up, and old business find new ways to provide services to clients. How well are you taking care of that Technology your office so relies on? […]

The First Six Things to Do if you have been Hacked!

Any time a large Corporation is “hacked” it is all over the news, sending panic through the World. When that small business on Main Street is hacked we hear nothing about it. Unfortunately, small business are targeted more often then big business. Small business is less likely to have protection protocols, or an emergency plan […]

The Many Layers of Cybersecurity

By owning a small business might make you think you are too small to be noticed. Small businesses are exactly what hackers want. They are less likely to have Cybersecurity in place. Over half of the Malware attacks today are geared toward these unsuspecting business, in 2017 costing small business over $2.2 million dollars in […]

DME Computer Services for your Small Business IT

In the good ol’ days, keeping track of your small business was simple. Piles of paper scattered about the office, a couple of typewriters for document making, some pencils and ledgers to keep the books tidy, and a row of file cabinets along the south wall to keep it all safe and sound behind a […]

Ideas in password practices

Remember back when coming up with a password was just to prevent someone you knew from getting in? Times have changed, as they always do, and now coming up with a password seems to h ave evolved into a full time job. Some places require you to change your password once a month, others every […]

Is your business ready for Window 7 “End of Life”?

Use Windows 7? Do you love your Windows 7? Will your need or desire to continue to use Windows 7 surpass this year? If so, you should be aware that in just under one year — January 14, 2020, specifically — Windows 7 Extended Support ends for most users. As such, there are things you […]