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Windows 11: Newer isn't Always Better

As an IT professional, I made the decision to be a beta tester for Windows 11 on my personal laptop. I made the decision for a couple of reasons. First, I was curious. I wanted to see the new user interface and experience some of the new features that are supposed to be enhancements. Second, I knew it was only a matter of time before TCIT customers would be using it and I wanted to be prepared to support them. I have been using it for about 6 weeks. I am not going to lie – on the surface, it is an attractive user experience. However, my official verdict for TCIT customers is this: wait to change as long as you possibly can. I have three reasons for this.

TECHSPIRACY: Big Tech Censorship Continues with PayPal, Venmo, and ADL

On July 26, 2021, PayPal announced a new partnership with the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) to...

What Idaho Manufacturers Need to do to Get Cyber Insurance

Recently, it's become almost impossible for Manufacturers to purchase cyber insurance here in the...

How an Inventory List Secured the Supply Chain of Operation Warp Speed

Operation Warp Speed astonished America with how quickly the vaccine was not only developed but...

How to Talk to Your Pet About Cyber Safety

I never thought I’d have to address this topic, but it’s 2021 and here we are. After learning about...

How Much Does IT Support in Idaho Cost?

If you are a business owner, medical practice manager, or company executive in Idaho wondering...

Q&A With Aaron: “My Data is Backed Up, so I Can Recover it Fast, Right?”

Wrong! Here’s a big (and scary) misconception you might have about your data backups: backing up...

Should Businesses Consider Moving To A Zero-Trust Computing Model?

First off, if you are reading this, give yourself a pat on the back. You deserve a Kudos. Your...

Should I Outsource my Business Technology or Hire Internally?

At some point in the growth of your business, you will need to hire an internal Systems Admin or...

How to Communicate Your Company’s Value to Customers and Prospects

Did you know that the month March was actually named after Mars, the Roman god of war? In the...