Direct Technology Group Blog

Direct Technology Group provides professional IT Support and Network Services for Businesses around Deerfield Beach. Computer Services, Tech Support, IT Solutions and more!
Rose Serio-Stake has not set their biography yet

Your Data Recovery Needs to Be Ironed Out Before You Lose Your Data

Your Data Recovery Needs to Be Ironed Out Before You Lose Your Data

Data backup is a must-have for every business, but it isn’t enough to just copy your data. You will need to have a data recovery strategy in place to ensure that your business can effectively respond after a data loss incident. Today, we’ll take a look at why considering your recovery strategy early is important, and how to prioritize it with everything else going on with your business.

Continue reading
0 Comments

Does Your Business Have Enough Bandwidth To Grow?

Does Your Business Have Enough Bandwidth To Grow?

Chances are you can’t “speak” face-to-face with your customers right now due to social distancing, but that doesn’t mean you can’t conduct business. The internet has allowed many companies to keep their lines of communication open throughout the entirety of the pandemic and these strategies will likely be sustained after this period is over. Ironically, the reliance on online communication has exposed the gaps in broadband businesses face. Today, we will help you learn a little bit more about how to determine if your business may need more bandwidth. 

Continue reading
0 Comments

How to Work with Web-Based Images, Part 2: Resizing

How to Work with Web-Based Images, Part 2: Resizing

It wasn’t long ago that we shared a post that described the most common formats used to share image media online or via your email. The idea is to make sure the images you generate are contained in the smallest amount of space possible (or a smaller file size) to make them quick and easy to share and download—the trick is to do it without sacrificing any image quality.

Let’s go over how to do just this while using the most common image editing program out there: Adobe Photoshop (although the same process should work for just about any application you use).

Continue reading
0 Comments

How to Work with Web-Based Images, Part 1: File Types

How to Work with Web-Based Images, Part 1: File Types

If you operate online at all, being able to properly manage your pictures is extraordinarily useful. This week, we’ve put together a guide that will hopefully give you the information to understand the basics about manipulating images for use online. 

Continue reading
0 Comments

How Can the Zoombombing Issue be Solved?

How Can the Zoombombing Issue be Solved?

Conferencing has played a crucial role for businesses, and never more than in the past year. Unfortunately, this has presented the opportunity for trolls to join in these remote collaboration efforts, interrupting them with inflammatory and vulgar content. Labelled “Zoombombing”, these attacks have led to the implementation of numerous privacy protections and countermeasures… but the question remains: how effectively do these protections defend a business’ efforts?

As a study has revealed, not effectively enough.

Continue reading
0 Comments

Tip of the Week: Keeping Tabs on Your Chrome Browser Tabs

Tip of the Week: Keeping Tabs on Your Chrome Browser Tabs

If you’re a user of Google Chrome, there are probably a few browser tabs that you frequently have open. Here, we wanted to go into a few tips to help you get the utmost use out of these tabs, highlighting a few neat features Chrome offers.

Continue reading
0 Comments

Are Apple Computers Really More Secure?

Are Apple Computers Really More Secure?

For the better part of four decades, Apple has bragged that not only are their devices more secure than PCs, hackers don’t bother building threats specifically for their operating systems because their security is so superior. For this reason, Apple has routinely refused advances from law enforcement to share workarounds so that police can get into phones. Apple’s rationale for this constant refusal is that it would undermine their ability to keep the most secure personal computing devices, secure. Federal law enforcement officials went ahead and developed their own workaround and the findings may surprise many Apple aficionados. Let’s take a look:

Continue reading
0 Comments

Technology That Is Helping Improve Society

Technology That Is Helping Improve Society

The emergence of technology has been at the forefront of all major evolutions of human society. Fire, the wheel, electricity, and countless other intuitive innovations have got us where we are today. If you were to quiz the average person, they would point out that today there seems to be so much derision on any subject that it seems that civilization is breaking down. This perspective fails to recognize the importance that technology plays in the dissemination of opinions. Today, we will take a good look at three technologies that are working to improve society.

Continue reading
0 Comments

How to Count Down to Beneficial Data Redundancy

How to Count Down to Beneficial Data Redundancy

A business’ data needs to be considered a priority, which means that its protection should be prioritized accordingly. One facet of doing so is maintaining a backup with a strategy in compliance to best practices. To accomplish this, your backup should feature something that isn’t often considered a benefit: redundancy.

Continue reading
0 Comments

Improving Business Requires a Consistent Approach

Improving Business Requires a Consistent Approach

Building business strategies that actually work to promote productivity has to be a core consideration for every business. Some business owners will try about anything to get there, and their stories will get other business owners to try them out, often with much less success. One of the best ways to build more productive and sustainable business processes is to ensure that they are repeatable. Today, we’ll discuss how building more consistency can really benefit your business.

Continue reading
0 Comments

Tag Cloud

Tip of the Week Security Technology Best Practices Business Computing Privacy Cloud Productivity Efficiency Google Network Security Hackers Data Microsoft Malware Workplace Tips Software Communication User Tips Business Innovation Hardware Smartphones Miscellaneous Email IT Support Backup Internet Hosted Solutions Mobile Devices Small Business Android Collaboration communications Computer Users Smartphone Mobile Device Ransomware Network VoIP Business Management Cybersecurity Social Media Productivity Managed IT Services Upgrade Windows Outsourced IT Passwords Browser Windows 10 Managed Service IT Services Tech Term Holiday Microsoft Office Save Money Gadgets Automation Cloud Computing Remote Bandwidth Windows 10 Covid-19 Apps Employer-Employee Relationship Business Continuity Office Disaster Recovery Facebook Data Backup Quick Tips Phishing Internet of Things Managed IT Services Marketing Chrome Saving Money Data Recovery Wireless IT Support Apple Health Gmail Information Mobile Device Management Networking Wi-Fi Server Password Analytics Applications Router Alert Office 365 App Managed Service Provider Computers Office Tips WiFi Access Control Remote Computing Settings Hacking Cybercrime Virtualization Government VPN Retail Data Breach Patch Management Mobility Business Intelligence BDR Remote Monitoring Going Green Recovery Excel Twitter Laptop Physical Security BYOD Application Data Management Law Enforcement Website iPhone Operating System Blockchain Remote Work Battery Word Humor Employee-Employer Relationship Mobile Computing Bring Your Own Device Compliance VoIP Entertainment Environment Voice over Internet Protocol Managed IT Service Google Drive Maintenance Big Data Safety Workers Value Lithium-ion battery Net Neutrality Paperless Office Information Technology Virus Spam Politics Mobile Office Telephone Systems Social Engineering Biometrics History Conferencing Artificial Intelligence Printer Mouse End of Support Printer Server Risk Management Social Network Content Filtering Virtual Assistant Current Events Customer Service Search Data Protection Managing Stress Internet Exlporer Processor Healthcare Company Culture Hosted Solution How To Streaming Media Fax Server The Internet of Things Tech Terms SharePoint Data Security G Suite Education Encryption Employees Two-factor Authentication Medical IT Connectivity Business Technology Vulnerability eWaste HIPAA Cortana Hybrid Cloud Batteries User Error Telephony Best Practice Remote Workers Virtual Reality Cost Management Sports Tablet Shortcut Payment Cards PowerPoint Free Resource YouTube Scam Windows 7 Human Resources Smart Technology Telephone System Cleaning Images 101 Meetings Training Dark Web DDoS Robot Remote Monitoring and Management Wireless Charging Hard Drives Files Tech Support IT solutions Vendor RAM Tip of the week Data storage Customer Relationship Management Shadow IT Remote Control Insurance internet consultant Chromecast Wearables Microsoft Teams Monitor Windows Media Player Profiles Access Troubleshooting Printing IT Management Internet exploMicrosoft Staffing Regulations Compliance Spam Blocking Distribution Programming Technology Tips Antivirus User Tip Techology WannaCry Reputation Electronic Health Records Computer Repair Printers Update Paper Google Maps File Sharing Advertising Display Innovations Email Management Fleet Management Backup and Disaster Recovery Telecommuting HaaS Hard Drive Spotify Customer IT Service Reporting Outlook Analyitcs Ink Network Attached Storage User Security Phone System Private Cloud Benchmarks Tip of the Week/Security E-Commerce Multi-Factor Authentication Cables SSD Personal Information Millennials User Flexibility Processors Cabling Licensing Notifications Solid State Drive Mobile Hacker Profitability Server Management Botnet Public Cloud Gadget Recycling Reviews Touchpad Payment Holidays Inventory SaaS Legal disposal Spyware Travel Hard Disk Drive GDPR Science Eliminating Downtime Downloads Machine Learning Managed IT Gig Economy instant Messaging Virtual Private Network Mobile Security Bluetooth HP Windows XP Live Streaming Relocation Video Storage Windows 8 Wireless Internet Trends Telecommute Sales PDF Bitcoin Gifts Video Games Multi-Factor Security Wearable Technology Vulnerabilities Co-Managed IT Social Amazon e-waste Voice over IP USB Document Management WhatsApp OneNote Error People Help Desk Bloatware A.I. Data loss Knowledge Customer relationships Black Market Running Cable Cryptocurrency Memes Plug-In eCommerce Database Digital Webcam News Uninterrupted Power Supply Windows Server 2008 R2 Management Touchscreen Certification File Management Entrepreneur Movies Staff Comparison Consultant Copy Computer Accessories Threats Alerts IT Social Networking Proactive IT Worker Online Shopping Tablets Tactics Edge Taskbar Remote Working Microsoft Office 365 NarrowBand Managed Services Provider Unified Communications Websites Specifications Best Available Paste Cameras Scams Work/Life Balance Downtime Time Management Hosted Desktop Internet Explorer Avoiding Downtime National Security Authentication Project Management Broadband Wireless Technology Security Cameras Dongle Automobile Lead Generation Distributed Denial of Service Chrome OS Firewall Analysis Authorization Memory Threat IT budget Remote Support WIndows 7 Hiring/Firing Unified Threat Management Updates PCI DSS Budget

Mobile? Grab this Article!

QR-Code dieser Seite