Ed Klopfenstein

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Security Week: Free Security Training, Steelcase Hack

National Tax Security Week The IRS is using their Fifth Annual National Tax Security Awareness Week (November 30 to December 4) as a platform to remind businesses to be careful of an increase in phishing scams this year because of COVID.  “With more taxpayers and tax preparers working remotely, identity thieves are trying to use …

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Google’s Position Zero

If you want to generate more traffic to your website, you need to think of reaching “Position Zero”. “Position Zero” in Google Search is a featured area that highlights a single web page in a way that people will click your link above anyone else’s page. It’s as simple as this: “Position Zero” means clicks. …

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2019’s Worst Passwords

If one of your passwords resembles one of our top “worst passwords”, then maybe it’s time to change those passwords. And fast. Hackers stole billions of rows of data in 2019. The only thing stopping them from your database in 2020 might be a better password.

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Top 5 Free Stock Photo Sites

Free photos for commercial use abound on the internet. However, if you want quality photos that are also free, your options are more limited. We review our top five free photo sites for quality photos.

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Digital Marketing Defined

Marketing is marketing. It doesn’t matter if it’s online or face to face. You still need to know who is your customer, what they like and dislike and why they shop. It’s the basics of business. For online marketing, those research basics really end with a list of keywords that define your customer.