Safe Harbour Information Technology Blog
10 Ways to Boost your Facebook Security
Local small businesses are always looking for new ways to become visible to their audience. And in recent years, Facebook has become an excellent tool for them to use, with a wide reach and low cost. Seventy percent of those local businesses who have expressed an interest in online marketing have started using Facebook for […]Read More >>
Are You Properly Staffed for Your IT Needs?
It’s not a big secret how important IT is to the growth and development of your company. The proper use of technology will help your business flourish, but sometimes properly staffing IT may seem a bit tricky. You understand the need to be prepared for changes and increases in production, but do you know how […]Read More >>
Top Anti-Phishing Tips for Your Business
Just as science and technology continue to move forward and evolve, so too do the ways in which scammers ply their trade. Where they once may have relied on phone calls or even face-to-face interaction, today’s scammers are now using more advanced means to reach a larger group of potential victims. It is not always […]Read More >>
What Does Digital Disruption Mean for Your Growing Small Business?
Among the many challenges being faced by small and mid-sized businesses today, one must not overlook the effects of digital disruption. What precisely does this mean for your business? First, what exactly is digital disruption? Digital disruption refers to the change that takes place when emerging digital technologies and business models affect the perceived value […]Read More >>
Why It’s Time to Say Goodbye to Your Inside “IT Guy”
There used to be a time when people would go running to find the “IT Guy” whenever a problem came up. The IT person was always the one who seemed able to fix any problem that came up and would help to keep things running smoothly. In recent years, however, there has been a growing […]Read More >>
When Should You Update Your Disaster Recovery Plan
You never know when disaster will strike. Wise companies will plan for disasters to the best of their ability and have a recovery plan in place should something unfortunate occur. But while creating and implementing a recovery plan is important, some companies fail to keep their plans up to date. How often should you update […]Read More >>
Should your small company, buy, rent or lease their computers and servers?
It’s a fairly common perception that by the time a computer is bought and brought home, it is already close to being out of date. This is an exaggeration of course, but it can sometimes feel like your computer needs to be updated far too soon. Imagine then, how it might be more of a […]Read More >>
Top Tips on How to Backup Company Data?
Many of us have experienced a moment of pure panic when we thought we had lost something. It may be as simple as our reading glasses, or it may be something of greater importance like a credit card, or even a wallet. As bad as those moments may be, consider for a moment what it […]Read More >>
How to Know If You Have a Computer Virus
Do you ever worry that your computer is infected with a virus? Falling victim to a computer virus is a common concern. Nobody wants to deal with the potential issues and expenses that a virus could cause, after all. But that doesn’t mean you need to panic every time your computer runs a little slow. […]Read More >>
Reactive or Proactive Approach—How Do You Handle Your IT Problems?
You may have heard the expression, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” While this may not have been specifically coined to describe how to deal with IT problems, it is still relevant. When it comes to issues with IT, there are essentially two different approaches that you can take. The first […]Read More >>