February 2021 – Newsletter, Safety First – Guarding Your Email Content From Unauthorized Access

Does your organization send email content or attachments containing important information like birth dates, social security numbers, account numbers? Using Microsoft Office 365 email with an Azure Protection license will allow your emails to be encrypted before they are sent and will keep the information from anyone but the intended party. Even after the recipient…

January 2021 – Newsletter, Teams Features

Earlier this month, Microsoft 365 released several Message center announcements, including various new Teams features and updates to look out for. Meeting recaps are now available in the calendar event details tab. The recap will help meeting attendees as well as those who are unable to attend with a meeting recording, transcript, and chat all…

January 2021 – Newsletter, Security Updates

After multiple vulnerabilities were uncovered in iPhones and iPads, Apple quickly released a security update to fix the issues and keep your devices safe. Though keeping our gadgets up to date is a seemingly never-ending task, it is important to stay protected against vulnerabilities that are potentially being actively exploited, like the recent ones discovered…

November 2020 – Newsletter, Tip of the Month

There is a known issue regarding Adobe keyboard shortcuts and Webroot on Mac devices. Webroot will prevent the keyboard shortcuts that many designers typically use within Adobe apps. Adobe uses a keylogger to pull keyboard information that Webroot’s Identity Protection prevents. To workaround this issue, Webroot has created a ‘Pause Secure Keyboard Entry’ from the Webroot…