People are often surprised when I tell them that BH Tech Connection has no competitors…but I’ll tell you why we don’t in this video.
Most people hate dealing with passwords, but few use a password manager. Why is that? More often than not, it’s because people assume that what they’re doing now is enough, even when it’s not. So let’s look at a couple of common tactics people use to handle their passwords in this video!
What’s the impact of a ransomware attack? I share a true story from early 2019 in this video. Some things just can’t be recovered. Sometimes, there’s no second chance. If you want to protect yourself, check out our Services page.
I was giving some tips to a few MacOS users yesterday and pulled this from the Zoom recording. Ignoring the fact that I was looking at people’s faces on my screen more than the camera – it’s good stuff, so I figured I’d post it 🙂 If you’ve heard the term ransomware from me or … Continue reading Ransomware: What is it, what does it do, and how do we prevent it?
Over several years, one of the recurring problems I see out there is that, when you need IT, you’re not even sure exactly what kind of IT you need. People ask their family, their friends, their coworkers; if they’re lucky, the person needing help already knows their “IT guy” at work or another person who … Continue reading The “Right Kind” of IT experts
Hey all, As a proponent of Smart Home technology, this topic is one we should all consider a little more closely. When you introduce IT into anything, the inevitable questions come up: how do you troubleshoot it, sure, but also: how do you secure it? I recommend checking out this article from Reviews.com – it’s … Continue reading Home Security and 2FA
It’s hard to visualize a ransomware attack if you’ve never seen one. Have you seen someone else go through it? Have you gone through it? While we offer a service to protect people from this kind of thing, it can be difficult to reach people in time. That’s because good cybersecurity is a little like … Continue reading How does a ransomware attack FEEL?
Gmail has long been available to use through Outlook and other email applications. While it wasn’t a great set up in the first place, it’s at least been functional. This is about to change. Beginning June 15 this year, Google will no longer allow the use of Less Secure Apps (like Outlook) with Gmail. If … Continue reading Gmail and Outlook Are Breaking Up
If you’re not already aware, let this be your warning now: Windows 7 will no longer be supported by Microsoft as of January 14, 2020. What does this mean? Windows will no longer receive security updates. The software you depend on may no longer be supported or receive updates on these machines as well. This … Continue reading Windows 7
Hi all, I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about the holidays coming up, in part because I struggle in a somewhat unusual way as a business owner. Ideologically, I’m no Warren Buffett or Donald Trump. Rather, I’m a strong proponent of the synergistic model of doing business. It’s not about outdoing your competition, but … Continue reading Holiday Promo: The Gift Of Giving