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Remote Meetings & Remote Work: Options and Resources

With all the needs for remote access for working from home or remotely we thought we can help you out with some ideas that can make your life a little easier to do so.  Some of these options are free or low cost to keep your office running.  1. Webex is now offering free meetings

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Keeping Your Children Safe Online

One of the gifts of technology is the internet. Yet it is also a dangerous place for users, especially children. In fact, research has shown that one-fifth of children who use the internet have been sexually solicited at one point or the order in their lives. The majority of the teens who go online have

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Happy Halloween!

Have fun tonight trick or treating and spending time with your family and friends! From all of us at Re2Tech! Remember stop in TODAY for some candy!  Contact Us Share This Article Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin

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Cyber Safety

October is National Cyber Security Month!

The world has changed so much in the past 10 years with our internet use, whether email, social media, financial, or shopping, we expose ourselves to cyber-attacks. Are you being cybersafe? Here are a few ways to tell if you are risking your cyber security. 5 Online Actions That Are Dangerous Clicking on email attachments

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While You Are Watching TV, The TV is Watching You

In a privacy experiment, The Washington Post tracked four of the most popular brands, and found out that once every couple of minutes the TV will send out a report to the company, letting know what you are watching.            Have you noticed TV sets going down in price? While the making of TVs are getting

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Changes to YouTube Coming

Yesterday Google issued a statement that they will be making changes to how kids can view videos, after the US Federal Trade Commission hit Google with some new rules and slapped them with $170 million fine due to not following rules when it comes to privacy of child. To date this fine is the largest

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Samsung Suggests Regularly Scanning Smart TVs for Malware

Samsung Support USA’s Twitter account recently posted a video tutorial on how to scan your Smart TV for malware and viruses. In the tweet, it mentions that users should be doing this “every few weeks” to prevent malware. The proposal astonished digital security authorities, who said the average user would probably not go through this

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Microsoft Will Block Windows 10 Update if Any USB Storage is Connected

Microsoft recently published this document on their support page cautioning users that the Windows 10 update for May 2019 might not install if they have any USB drives or SD storage plugged into their computer. The cause of this is “inappropriate drive assignment”, according to Microsoft. There is a simple way to remedy this quickly.

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Internet Explorer Bug Threatens Windows Users.

Almost four years after its younger sibling, Microsoft Edge, was born, security researchers keep finding troublesome security bugs in Internet Explorer. The most recent bug found is a proof of concept published by John Page (aka hyp3rlinx), a security researcher. The flaw takes advantage of a weakness in the way the browser deals with MHTML

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